You can tell a lot about a team by the number of undrafted rookies who make the roster.
Undrafted rookies are essential, but they are a case of good news, bad news.
They are pleasant finds for the scouting department and indicate a keen eye for overlooked gems. That said, too many undrafted rookies usually are a sign the front office hasn't hit on a high percentage of draft picks or a team is in full-scale rebuilding mode.
With that in mind, I thought it would be worthwhile to take a look at how many each AFC East club kept on their 53-man rosters Saturday.
Buffalo Bills (5)
Donald Jones, receiver from Youngstown State
David Nelson, receiver from Florida
Cordaro Howard, tackle from Georgia Tech
Antonio Coleman, linebacker from Auburn
Dominique Harris, cornerback from Temple
Miami Dolphins (3)
Marlon Moore, receiver from Fresno State
Roberto Wallace, receiver from San Diego State
Micah Johnson, linebacker from Kentucky
New York Jets (2)