Morning take: Dustin Keller rips the Jets

June, 10, 2013
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC East:
  • Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller ripped the New York Jets, his former team. He says there is too much “nonsense” that goes on with the Jets.
Morning take: Reporters have often been criticized for pointing out the Jets are a circus. But this is an example of a former Jet player on the inside agreeing with that assessment.
Morning take: The Dolphins want offset language added that would reduce the cap hit if Jordan is released. I find it odd that Miami is thinking about such a thing before he plays his first down.
Morning take: Patriots coach Bill Belichick really liked Rugters’ defense last year and Ryan was one of its best players. New England needs depth at cornerback and Ryan has a shot to eventually fill one of those roles.
Morning take: This is good news to hear. Kelly successfully had the cancer removed and is expecting a full recovery.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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