Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
Could the Miami Dolphins draft former Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert?
Morning take: Eifert would be a good fit in Miami’s West Coast offense. However, the Dolphins just signed starter Dustin Keller and would essentially quit on 2012 draft pick Michael Egnew with this selection. Miami could address other needs such as cornerback or left tackle.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson said he's encouraged by the team’s direction.
Morning take: It may be a while before New York builds itself back into contention. It will be very tough for head coach Rex Ryan to post his first winning season in three years with this group.
Should the Buffalo Bills draft quarterback Ryan Nassib or Matt Barkley with the No. 8 overall pick?
Morning take: I’ve said all along that I would not take a quarterback from this draft in the top 10. That doesn’t mean someone won’t reach for one, and many projections have Buffalo potentially being that team this week.
Should the New England Patriots take Cal receiver Keenan Allen with the No. 29 overall pick?
Morning take: I would prefer a few other receivers for the Patriots in this spot, which include Tennessee’s Justin Hunter or USC’s Robert Woods. But I do agree that receiver is a position of need for the Patriots.