Morning take: Will Bills stay in Buffalo?

Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:

  • New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he wants to keep the Bills in Buffalo.

Morning take: Renovating Ralph Wilson Stadium is going to be costly, and that's a key element. That will cost the state about $100 million. But it beats building an entirely new stadium.

  • Should the Miami Dolphins consider Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to be their next head coach?

Morning take: That would certainly be interesting. Schottenheimer may be on the list to interview. But he's not a splashy enough name to be Miami's next head coach. Some Jets fans probably wouldn't mind.

  • Sunday will see a good rookie battle between New England Patriots offensive tackle Nate Solder against Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.

Morning take: Both Solder and Miller have been two of the best first-year players at their position. Disrupting Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be key in this game.

  • The New York Jets signed safety Gerald Alexander to the 53-man roster.

Morning take: Alexander replaces the roster spot starting safety Jim Leonhard (knee) left open. Brodney Pool is the big name in this equation. He has to step up in the starting lineup for the rest of the season.