- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
The New York Jets are showing interest in former Cleveland Browns receiver and kick returner Joshua Cribbs.
Morning take: The Jets continue bargain hunting late in free agency. Cribbs is a former Pro Bowler who may be able to help New York's return game for an affordable rate if he is healthy.
Here is a scouting report on New England Patriots rookie safety Duron Harmon.
Morning take: Harmon was a surprise pick for New England in the second round. Bill Belichick went after several players from Rutgers in this draft, which is a move that will be questioned. Harmon and other rookies must produce.
Does new Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine have the blueprint to beat the Patriots?
Morning take: Pettine had a lot of success during his time with the Jets. The Bills hope Pettine can bring that same blueprint to Buffalo, which will host the Patriots in a big Week 1 matchup.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is embracing change in his second season.
Morning take: This is by far the most talent Philbin has had in his two seasons with the Dolphins. Philbin did a good job as a first-year head coach and cannot afford a sophomore slump. Expectations are high for the Dolphins this season.