Morning take: Did Dolphins overspend?

Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:

Morning take: Time will tell. On paper, Miami should be a playoff contender. But it's going to take good coaching, good health and consistent play for the Dolphins to reach their potential.

  • New England Patriots starting cornerback Alfonzo Dennard was carted off the field after suffering an arm or shoulder injury.

Morning take: This is not good news for New England. Dennard is a good player, and the Patriots need all the cornerback depth they can get. Let's wait and see the extent of the injury.

Morning take: Buffalo is looking for depth at guard and still searching for a replacement after Andy Levitre signed with the Tennessee Titans. Legursky spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers and has ties to Bills general manager Doug Whaley.

  • Here is some bad news for the New York Jets: Star cornerback Darrelle Revis plans to be ready for Week 1 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Morning take: I don't expect Revis to miss the Bucs' Sept. 8 opener against New York. Trading him provides extra motivation to stick it to his former team. The Jets are in trouble if Revis returns to form.