Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills' website reports they will host New England Patriots defensive end Mark Anderson for a visit.
Morning take: Anderson recorded 10 sacks for the Patriots last season and could fit opposite Mario Williams. Buffalo is wisely working hard to improve its pass rush.
NFL.com says New England got one of the best bargains in free agency with receiver Brandon Lloyd.
Morning take: Lloyd knows offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel's system and adds a deep threat to New England. It should be a good fit with the Patriots' other offensive stars.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are not interested in Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.
Morning take: There are conflicting reports on Tebow, but it's early. This will sort itself out in time. I think chasing Tebow would be an awful idea, but I won't put anything past the Dolphins at this point.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets are in the Tebow race.
Morning take: Tebow would be an interesting fit in New York. Unlike Miami, I think it makes some sense from an Xs and Os perspective. We will have more on this today.