Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
Receiver Santonio Holmes will return to the New York Jets next season.
Morning take: The Jets just gave Holmes a huge contract extension. He’s there to stay next season. But what I’m more curious about is whether Holmes can play another season in Brian Schottenheimer’s offense without getting frustrated.
Former Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Chad Henne says he would love to come back to the Dolphins.
Morning take: Anyone up for a Henne vs. Matt Moore quarterback battle in training camp? I doubt the Dolphins are.
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien will interview for the Jacksonville Jaguars' post.
Morning take: O'Brien is a hot commodity. He’s also being linked to Penn State, but for now his main focus is trying to get the Patriots to the Super Bowl.
Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey says he wants receiver Steve Johnson back, but with stipulations.
Morning take: The coach has to deal with Johnson’s antics, and I think Gailey will if the Bills can get Johnson at the right price. But if Johnson wants too much, Buffalo won’t be afraid to let him walk.