Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
The New England Patriots reportedly asked receiver Chad Ochocinco to restructure his contract?
Morning take: Ochocinco is scheduled to make $6 million over the next two years, according to Liz Mullen of the Sports Business Journal. The Patriots may want to keep Ochocinco on the cheap for another year or move on.
The Miami Dolphins reportedly are leery of the cost of the No. 2 overall pick.
Morning take: Getting Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III seems unlikely at this point. The interest is too high, which means the St. Louis Rams will get some rich offers.
Will the Buffalo Bills be interested in the "other" quarterbacks in the NFL draft?
Morning take: Buffalo is not in the market for a first- or second-round quarterback. But the team could try to find a mid-round quarterback to groom behind veterans Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tyler Thigpen.
The New York Jets will look at quarterbacks carefully and wouldn't rule out Peyton Manning.
Morning take: It's curious how the Jets are going about this. They're saying Mark Sanchez is the guy but not ruling out Manning and others. New York should be more forthright about its approach.