- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
Despite being on the hot seat, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan says he wants to stay for the next 20 years.
Morning take: Ryan needs to take it one year at a time. The Jets have a first-year general manager in John Idzik, who won't be afraid to hire his own guy in 2014 if Ryan has his third consecutive non-winning season.
The Florida legislature opted not to help the Miami Dolphins in their bid for a stadium renovation.
Morning take: This means the Dolphins will not get updates to Sun Life Stadium, which probably won't get to host an upcoming Super Bowl as a result. The awful Miami Marlins stadium agreement made things tough for the Dolphins to begin with.
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel's roots in Virginia are filled with athletic talent.
Morning take: Talent isn't a question for Manuel. It's more about being coached up and putting it all together at the next level.
The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers could hold joint practices for the second consecutive year.
Morning take: This is something Bill Belichick likes to do to keep training camp fresh. Teammates get tired of hitting one another over and over, so a change of pace is needed.