Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says it's going to be a long time before he retires.
Morning take: This is scary news for the rest of the NFL. Brady, 34, is still playing some of his best football. As long as his body holds up, I could see playing out the rest of his 30s.
How much is poor ownership to blame for the Miami Dolphins' awful season?
Morning take: Ownership definitely deserves blame for creating a bad environment. Owner Stephen Ross' public courtship of Jim Harbaugh last offseason was a mess from the start. Things have only gone downhill from there.
The New York Jets auditioned several players during the bye week.
Morning take: The most interesting name is former Bills tight end Shawn Nelson. It's a curious wrinkle considering the Jets play the Bills after their bye week. Inside info, perhaps?
Here is a reminder that Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick scored the second-highest Wonderlic score (48) in NFL history.
Morning take: It's hard to accurately gauge what that amounts to on the football field. But Fitzpatrick definitely needs to put those brains to work in his life after football.