Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Miami Dolphins have scheduled second interviews with Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and Dolphins interim coach Todd Bowles.
Morning take: With time running out, this is most likely Miami's final list. Which coach of this group would Dolphins fans prefer?
Morning take: It’s an interesting thought, consider Deion Branch is on his last legs and Chad Ochocinco isn’t a good fit. But I still think New England would be better off drafting defenders with its two first-round picks.
The Associated Press reports that New York governor Andrew Cuomo is seeking millions in funding to renovate Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Morning take: This is part of the plan to keep the Bills in western New York. The stadium lease runs out in 2013, so Buffalo is on the clock.
Morning take: There are plenty of skeptics based on what we saw from Miami’s offense under Sparano the past few years. The biggest question is whether Sparano will be able to develop quarterback Mark Sanchez in his fourth season.