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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills LB Aaron Maybin is ready to get OTAs started as the team transitions to a 3-4 defense.

The trade of Justin Smiley and signing of Cory Procter opens up a wild battle for guard spots with the Dolphins. 

The Patriots are planning on installing the league’s second-biggest video screens.

Jets G Vladimir Ducasse has been taking all the reps at first-team left guard.

It was Ravens cornerbacks day in Birmingham as both Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb visited Dr. James Andrews and got good news about their knees.

Don’t expect to see WR Andre Caldwell returning kickoffs for the Bengals again this season.

Wide receivers Brian Robiskie and Chansi Stuckey could be candidates for improvement with the Browns this season.

Steelers DE Ziggy Hood and P Daniel Sepulveda are hosting a football camp in Mexico. 

RB Arian Foster is running with the first team at Texans OTAs.

Colts RB Donald Brown is feeling a lot more confident entering his second season

WR Mike Sims-Walker and DE Reggie Hayward returned to Jaguars workouts after missing different lengths of time with injury.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher ranks ninth on Forbeslist of best-paid coaches.

The Broncos have third-round pick J.D. Walton playing center with the first team.

The Chiefs have Donald Washington, drafted as a cornerback, working at safety.

Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson’s personality should be a selling point for the Raiders.

Shawnbrey McNeal looks like the favorite to be the Chargers’ third running back, but doesn’t figure to see the field much.

Cowboys LB Keith Brooking is targeting the June minicamp as his return date from knee surgery.

The surgery on Giants TE Kevin Boss’ ankle was declared a success.

Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs spoke to reporters about how it feels to be in a starting role this season.

The Redskins have been reaching out to former players more than in past years.  

Bears CB Charles Tillman doesn’t think he’ll be moving back to the left side.

Lions WR Nate Burleson is setting some big goals for the 2010 season.

A play about former Packers coach Vince Lombardi will run in the Berkshires before making its way to Broadway.

The Vikings got their first look at K Rhys Lloyd’s leg during Monday’s workout.

Cornerback tops the list of areas the Falcons need to improve during OTAs.

FB Tony Fiammetta is looking to make an impression during Panthers workouts.

The Saints waived RB Carlos Brown and S Ryan Hamilton, both of whom signed as undrafted free agents last month.

The Buccaneers are starting with the basics as they try to build a better offensive line.

The Cardinals held a skills and education camp for local youngsters. 

WR Keenan Burton, recovering from a knee injury, took part in Rams OTAs for the first time.

49ers QB Nate Davis is trying to learn the team’s playbook “like it’s my name.”

Seahawks RB Leon Washington’s rehab from a compound fracture in his leg may keep him out into training camp.
 

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