Morning take: Patriots' draft impact

Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:

Morning take: The Patriots filled two needs with receiver Aaron Dobson and outside pass-rusher Jamie Collins. Both players should have a chance to compete right away and find roles on the team.

  • The Buffalo Bills landed a potential starting receiver in Day 2 in former USC receiver Robert Woods.

Morning take: I like this selection for Buffalo. Woods is a solid, all-around receiver who is NFL ready. The Bills needed a threat opposite Steve Johnson to balance the offense, and Woods has enough potential to be that player.

  • The New York Jets finally added former New Orleans Saints running back Chris Ivory via a trade.

Morning take: This move was weeks in the making. Ivory adds a physical element to the Jets' West Coast offense and could be a good pair with the quicker Mike Goodson.

  • The Miami Dolphins hope second-round cornerback Jamar Taylor can make an impact.

Morning take: Taylor is a solid pick for Miami, which needs to fix its 27th-ranked pass defense. Taylor has the ability to play outside and in the slot, which is key for Miami.