Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
Quarterback Tim Tebow struggled on the first day of New England Patriots training camp.
Morning take: This isn't a surprise. Tebow isn’t a good practice player, and some would argue whether he’s good at all. Tebow needs to be open-minded about playing other positions, because he may not make the Patriots as a pure quarterback.
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has "super" expectations for this upcoming season.
Morning take: Despite 10.5 sacks, Williams’ first season was up and down and considered a disappointment. Williams signed a $100 million contract. That means he needs to make game-changing plays more often that leads to wins for the Bills.
The New York Jets already suffered their first significant injury of training camp. Backup cornerback Aaron Berry is done of the season after tearing his ACL in Friday’s practice.
Morning take: The Jets can’t catch a break. This increases the urgency to get a contract done with rookie first-round pick Dee Milliner to get him into camp.
Miami Dolphins rookie kicker Caleb Sturgis is battling a groin injury.
Morning take: It hasn’t been a good start to training camp for Sturgis. He’s been inaccurate and now he’s nicked up. Sturgis is behind veteran kicker Dan Carpenter early in their competition.