Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
In the first day of rookie minicamp, New York Jets first-round pick Quinton Coples was impressive.
Morning take: Jets head coach Rex Ryan says Coples could've had several sacks in his first practice. Coples is being moved around, which could be a preview to his role this season.
Miami Dolphins second-round pick Jonathan Martin looks the part of a starting offensive tackle in rookie in minicamp.
Morning take: Martin has a lot of attributes Miami likes, but strength could be a concern.
Speaking of offensive linemen, Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix says second-round pick Cordy Glenn can play offensive tackle in the NFL.
Morning take: Glenn played most of his career at guard but finished at left tackle. Buffalo needs a tackle more and will give Glenn a chance on the left side.
New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light will hold a press conference Monday to officially announce his retirement.
Morning take: This has been in the works for weeks. Light had a stellar career with New England and could have finished out the final year of his contract. But Light is ready for life after football.