Morning take: Soph slump for Kerley?

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

Morning take: Is a sophomore slump looming? Kerley has to pick up his second offensive system in two years. The Jets need all their receivers to play well.

  • New England Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd says he is a work in progress with quarterback Tom Brady.

Morning take: This should be a good combo. But it’s always tough the first year working together. Lloyd brings much-needed deep speed to New England's offense -- so I'm sure they will be fine.

Morning take: Nelson received a scare, but it’s only being called a bruise. Nelson is Buffalo's best option in the slot. The Bills need all their receivers to stay healthy and support top threat Steve Johnson.

  • Miami Dolphins defensive leaders Karlos Dansby and Cameron Wake are adjusting to new roles.

Morning take: These are the top players on Miami’s defense, and both will have a lot of responsibility in Miami’s 4-3 scheme. But I don’t have many concerns about Miami’s front seven. I’m more concerned about the secondary.