Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
ESPN’s Adam Schefter suggests the New York Jets should trade star cornerback Darrelle Revis to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a second-round pick and backup quarterback Alex Smith.
Morning take: The trade certainly fills a need for the Jets. Smith could immediately start at quarterback ahead of Mark Sanchez, and the Jets would get a nice draft pick. It seems like good value all around.
Should the Miami Dolphins keep running back Reggie Bush?
Morning take: It all comes down to Bush's price tag. The Dolphins appear comfortable going with Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas next season. Miami will offer a team-friendly contract but won't extend much further.
New England Patriots rookie defensive end Chandler Jones does not need ankle surgery.
Morning take: Jones battled a bum ankle for much of the year and needs to focus on getting healthy. When the rookie was 100 percent, Jones brought a much-needed pass rush to New England's defense. I expect more of that from Jones in Year 2.
The Buffalo Bills have a five-year extension to the Toronto series.
Morning take: Players don't like it, but it doesn't matter. This is a nice money grab for the Bills, even if Buffalo loses a home game for the next five seasons.