Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson says he will wear a brace on his knee but will play Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Morning take: The Bills need Jackson with C.J. Spiller out. Jackson won't be 100 percent, but he's a threat the Patriots must account for.
Is New England second-round cornerback Ras I-Dowling a bust?
Morning take: This is Dowling’s second year and he’s struggling. The Patriots need playmakers in their secondary and Dowling hasn't been one. He's leaning closer to future bust than future star.
Is cornerback Darrelle Revis done with the New York Jets after the 2013 season?
Morning take: Revis wants a new contract now, but his season-ending knee injury probably changes that. Revis won't be happy playing out his final year, and that could lead to him bolting in 2014.
The Miami Dolphins are still looking for a No. 3 receiver.
Morning take: As expected, veterans Devone Bess and Brian Hartline have stepped into starting roles. But no one has filled into the slot role, which is important in a West Coast offense.