Morning take: Glenn named Bills' LT

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

Morning take: The Bills are really high on Glenn, who has the size to protect quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's blind side. That's a big responsibility for the rookie.

  • New England Patriots starting safety Patrick Chung left Monday's preseason game with an injury.

Morning take: This is part of the reason Patriots coach Bill Belichick sat many of his key starters last night. It was New England's third preseason game in a short span -- and the Patriots needed to come out healthy.

  • The Miami Dolphins' starting nod for quarterback Ryan Tannehill's signifies a youth movement in the NFL.

Morning take: Tannehill will be the fourth quarterback picked in the first round to start this season. The days of waiting a year or two for top picks at quarterback to develop are coming to an end. The pressure to win is too great.

Morning take: If the Jets had a viable replacement, Hunter would be benched by now. But New York doesn’t have many quality options to go to. So the team has to decide what to do next.