With Tom Brady gone from New England, the AFC East is wide open for the first time in two decades, and the Patriots’ rivals are planning a coup. In March, the Buffalo Bills traded for Minnesota star receiver Stefon Diggs in hopes of improving on last year’s 10-6 record and taking their first division title in 25 years. In April, the Miami Dolphins used three first-round draft picks, headlined by Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, to kick off their extensive rebuild. But while the Bills and Dolphins are plotting to overthrow hegemony, the Jets are stuck in a contract quagmire with their best player.
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