AFC East Notes: Geno Smith, Jets, Patriots

The Dolphins are making all the right moves this offseason, Jeff Darlington of writes. This offseason, the Dolphins dumped overpaid receiver Mike Wallace, added Ndamukong Suh, drafted DeVante Parker, and extended both Mike Pouncey and Ryan Tannehill. Here’s more from the AFC East..

  • The Jets have five quarterbacks on the roster, but head coach Todd Bowles says the team will go to training camp with four, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News tweets.
  • Meanwhile, Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey says there will not be a quarterback competition going into camp “Because [Geno Smith] is the starter,” Brian Costello of the New York Post tweets.
  • The Patriots had free agent cornerback C.J. Spillman in for a workout today, according to’s Mike Reiss (on Twitter). While the Pats could use some help at cornerback, Spillman has primarily shined as a special teams player in the past for the Chargers, 49ers, and Cowboys. The Pats had fellow cornerback Tarell Brown in for a second visit on Tuesday.
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