Here are the most interesting stories Friday morning in the AFC East:
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis says he is "cool" with his current contract.
Morning take: Revis is scheduled to make $13.5 million over the next two years, which is a bargain for the best corner in football. The Jets don’t have the cap room to pay Revis market value unless they slice some salaries. For now, Revis isn't making it an issue.
The New England Patriots named Matt Patricia their new defensive coordinator.
Morning take: Head coach Bill Belichick felt he needed to make a change after last year’s horrific performance on defense. Patricia coached linebackers and safeties in the past and now will try to do a good job with the whole unit.
Former Buffalo Bills starting cornerback Drayton Florence signed with the Denver Broncos.
Morning take: Corners with starting experience don’t last long on the market. So it's no surprise Florence found a job quickly. He joins Peyton Manning and Co. and will contend in the AFC.
The Miami Dolphins receiver Clyde Gates wants fans to believe in Miami.
Morning take: The Dolphins are working hard to overcome low expectations. Most will pick Miami to finish last in the division, and maybe that will motivate the Dolphins.