Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills are putting the full-court press on former Houston Texans defensive end Mario Williams. Can they secure him?
Morning take: Buffalo wants to make Williams one of the NFL's highest-paid players, and money talks. The Bills' best chance is to reach an agreement with him now before Williams visits other teams.
The Miami Dolphins are showing interest in former Dallas Cowboys receiver Laurent Robinson.
Morning take: Robinson is coming off a career year in Dallas filling in for the injured Miles Austin. Miami needs someone to fill in following the Brandon Marshall trade in a thinning crop of receivers.
The New York Jets reportedly are interested in free-agent safety Brandon Meriweather.
Morning take: Meriweather has ties to the AFC East as a former Patriot. The Jets need safeties in the wort way, which explains the interest.
The New England Patriots re-signed linebacker Nick Koutouvides to a one-year contract.
Morning take: The Patriots laid low on the first day of free agency. But you have to wonder how much Brandon Lloyd's price tag went up Tuesday after Vincent Jackson and Pierre Garcon hit it big.