- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
A report in the Orlando Sentinel states quarterback Tim Tebow once tried to stop a fight involving former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez while the two were at the University of Florida.
Morning take: Tebow was a natural leader at Florida, so this story makes sense. Perhaps Tebow also could have been a good influence on Hernandez in New England had the tight end stayed on the team and out of trouble.
How did the New York Jets spend their money this offseason?
Morning take: It was mostly cost cutting by new general manager John Idzik to get under the salary cap. Financially, the Jets did a very good job, but the team was not left with much talent to compete.
Miami Dolphins starting defensive tackles Paul Soliai and Randy Starks are both free agents in 2014.
Morning take: This means Miami most likely will choose to keep one of these players next year. Both will be looking for big extensions. But the Dolphins spent a lot of money this offseason and cannot pay everyone.
The Buffalo Bills are excited to put the pads on in training camp.
Morning take: I am excited about that, as well. I’ve watched a lot of football in shorts during organized team activities and minicamps. But training camp intensity is at a different level.