Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
Both the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams continue to wait on free-agent head coach Jeff Fisher’s decision.
Morning take: The tea leaves say St. Louis. But we won’t know for sure until Fisher makes his final decision. Meanwhile, the Dolphins continue to interview other candidates.
The Denver Broncos open as huge underdogs in the divisional playoff game against the New England Patriots.
Morning take: New England is almost two-touchdown favorites. That is a lot of points for any playoff game. But it just goes to show how the Patriots drew the easiest draw possible in the divisional round.
The Buffalo Bills will be in the market for a left tackle this offseason.
Morning take: Demetrius Bell is injury prone and Chris Hairston is inexperienced. The Bills need depth and an upgrade for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s blindside.
Former New York Jets receiver Derrick Mason is retiring.
Morning take: The Mason experiment didn't work out in New York this season. But Mason had a great career for 15 seasons, which is rare for a wide receiver.