- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was impressive in the first day of minicamp for the New York Jets.
Morning take: New York is very thin at tight end after losing former starter Dustin Keller in free agency. Winslow has been a playmaker his entire career, and it would make a lot of sense for New York to sign him to a struggling offense.
The Buffalo Bills defense got the better of the offense on the first day of minicamp.
Morning take: This is promising because Buffalo’s defense wasn’t very good last year. Stopping the run will be most important, because that is where the Bills mainly struggled in 2012.
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace is looking to take a leadership role.
Morning take: Miami lost a lot of leaders in free agency, such as Reggie Bush, Jake Long and Karlos Dansby. Someone internally must step up and Wallace should be one of those players.
Can New England Patriots quarterback Tim Tebow surprise people?
Morning take: Unless Tebow plans on playing another position, I don’t see how he could contribute at quarterback. Tom Brady should not come out the game for any reason other than injury, and if that happens second stringer Ryan Mallett is still a better option.