Morning take: Tannehill on Mike Wallace


I hope everyone had a good weekend and a happy Mother's Day. Here are the most interesting stories Monday the AFC East:

Morning take: This looks like a very good pair in the making. Tannehill has many of the tools it takes to be a franchise quarterback, and Wallace has the elite speed Miami is looking for.

  • Buffalo Bills rookie free-agent receiver Da'Rick Rogers will only get one shot, according to head coach Doug Marrone.

Morning take: Rogers’ off-the-field issues are well-documented. But Buffalo is in need of talent, and Rogers could bring that to the receiving corps. The key, as Marrone mentioned, will be for Rogers to stay out of trouble.

  • This is a scouting report on New England Patriots’ seventh-round pick and linebacker Steve Beauharnais.

Morning take: Beauharnais is a long shot to make the team as New England’s final pick. But he did play at Rutgers, which is a team that really impressed Patriots head coach Bill Belichick last year.

Morning take: Richardson, a first-round pick, should be a starter in Week 1 for New York. Few doubt his physical ability and New York's need on the defensive line.