Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East:
Do the Miami Dolphins still have a chance to land free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning?
Morning take: ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported Denver and Arizona are the two favorites as of this weekend. The Dolphins have yet to meet with Manning, who may be close to making up his mind.
Would the Buffalo Bills be willing to spend for free-agent defensive end Mario Williams?
Morning take: The price tag is going to be huge for the top-rated free agent available. Buffalo would love Williams in its lineup (who wouldn't?). But I don't see this happening.
New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung says he's matured as a player.
Morning take: Chung has a lot of assets to being a good safety, but health and inconsistency has derailed him at times. New England hopes everything comes together for Chung in 2012.
Will the New York Jets pursue free-agent safety LaRon Landry?
Morning take: Landry is the best of the safety pack, which has been diluted recently due to the franchise. The Jets need at least one starting-caliber safety, if not two, so this makes senses.