Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
Are the Buffalo Bills "very interested" in Alabama safety Mark Barron?
Morning take: In the week of the draft, this has smokescreen written all over it. Buffalo has two starting-caliber safeties and other needs, such as left tackle, receiver and corner. This sounds like drumming up interest for the No. 10 overall pick.
New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light was officially put on the team's reserve/retired list.
Morning take: Light made up his mind that he's calling it a career. The Patriots are well-prepared after taking first-round pick Nate Solder in 2011.
New York Jets are expected to part ways with college scouting talent evaluator Jerry Clinkscales after the draft.
Morning take: Clinkscales had his hits (Nick Mangold, Darrelle Revis) and misses (Vernon Gholston) in New York. But it appears he is taking his talents to the Oakland Raiders.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Cameron Wake was the only no-show for Tuesday's start of voluntary minicamp.
Morning take: Wake's show/no-show routine might get interesting. It appears things will get resolved. But I don't think this issue goes away until Wake gets a new contract.