Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC East:
New England Patriots Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins (knee) is off the physically-unable-to-perform list.
Morning take: This is a great sign for Mankins and the Patriots. I had a lot of questions about Mankins making it back for Week 1, but it looks like there's a solid chance. Mankins surely is needed.
When will the New York Jets go to their Wildcat package?
Morning take: The Jets are going vanilla in the preseason. Perhaps they prefer to wait until Week 1 to unveil Tim Tebow and Wildcat against the Buffalo Bills. But that would mean only running the formation in practice.
Bills coach Chan Gailey says Donald Jones still has the edge as the No. 2 receiver.
Morning take: This decision likely won't be made until the final preseason game. But Jones has some starting experience and the deep speed Buffalo needs.
Miami Dolphins starting linebacker Kevin Burnett was scratched for unknown reasons from the first preseason game.
Morning take: The Dolphins haven't been very forthcoming with injuries. Burnett's is another instance in which we are not sure how or when a player was injured. It's been a rough few days overall for Miami.