Here are the most interesting stories Friday morning in the AFC East:
Morning take: Fitzpatrick took a brutal shot during a screen pass last week against the Washington Redskins. Expect the New York Jets to bring heavy pressure to see if they can rattle Fitzpatrick, as well.
Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer says Santonio Holmes remains the No. 1 receiver.
Morning take: Holmes is off to a slow start and Plaxico Burress caught three touchdown passes against the San Diego Chargers. But Holmes will get his opportunities. It's a long season and the Jets are playing winning football.
NFL.com reports former New England Patriots cornerback Leigh Bodden visited the Kansas City Chiefs.
Morning take: Bodden cleared waivers so New England is on the hook for the rest of his salary. If healthy, Bodden will be a bargain for a cornerback-needy team the rest of the season.
The Miami Dolphins aren't the only people talking about Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.
Morning take: Phil Simms and Peyton Manning are all weighing in. Luck is one of the hottest topics of the 2011 season, and he hasn't played a down in the NFL. Miami needs Luck more than any team.