- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
Will New York Jets Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis hold out?
Morning take: Revis was in the same situation in 2010. He held out and got what he wanted. Now, Revis is looking for more in a year New York has little cap room.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland says the draft picks are up to him, despite suggestions from owner Stephen Ross.
Morning take: That's the way it should be. Ross is not a football guy. It's his job to let his football people do the work.
Many Buffalo Bills are excited for the start of this week's offseason workout program.
Morning take: This is when Buffalo has to start taking that next step. Getting on the same page starts now, and it appears the Bills are aiming to get that accomplished.
Is Boise State outside linebacker Shea McClellin a good prospect for the New England Patriots?
Morning take: New England needs outside pass-rushers, so McClellin is a possibility. He has been compared to former Patriot Mike Vrabel.