Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow will speak at a Father's Day sermon at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
Morning take: Tebow has a story and message that a lot of people want to hear. This will be his second big speech this offseason.
Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano said some players were unhappy about the team's decision to do HBO's "Hard Knocks."
Morning take: The show isn't the easiest thing to do for players who want their privacy in training camp. But the bigger picture is Miami could use the national attention and try to change the perception that it's a downtrodden franchise.
Brad Smith exclusively at quarterback, the Buffalo Bills moved him back to wide receiver in practice Friday.
Morning take: I wrote that Buffalo was dropping the ball with Smith several days ago. It seems the Bills figured it out. There's nothing wrong with Smith getting work at both positions, but he needs to play some receiver. Buffalo paying $15 million to a No. 3 quarterback just isn't a wise investment.
The New England Patriots are focusing on speed and athleticism.
Morning take: New England is not an incredibly athletic team, but the Patriots are smart and skilled. This year's draft picks were a good indication the team wanted to get faster at all positions.