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Tuesday morning one-liners

Former Bills coach and G.M. Marv Levy calls John Wooden “the best coach ever — in any sport.”
Former Dolphins coach Don Shula agrees, calling Wooden “one of my coaching heroes.”
Patriots WR Wes Welker is not being limited at OTAs as he continues to recover from a torn ACL.
The Jets will practice for the first time at their New Meadowlands Stadium on June 16.
The Ravens intend to diversify their passing attack while making it more efficient this season.
Bengals TE Reggie Kelly is feeling good in his return from a torn Achilles’ tendon.
Browns restricted free agent FB Lawrence Vickers has signed an injury waiver to participate in OTA practices.
Steelers DE Brett Keisel calls fellow DE Aaron Smith, who is returning from injury, “our leader.”
The Texans raised $218,000 for wounded veterans over the weekend at a 5K in Sugar Land, Texas.
New Colts backup QB Tom Brandstater will be learning from the best in Indianapolis.
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio says he’s had no contact with disgruntled CB Rashean Mathis this offseason.
Titans second-year LB Gerald McRath is expected to be a starter this season.
Broncos rookie WR Eric Decker (foot surgery) has begun catching passes and running off to the side of offseason practices.
Chiefs rookie TE Tony Moeaki has resumed practicing in individual drills after missing time at OTAs with an unspecified injury.
The Raiders will not hold joint practices with the 49ers this offseason.
With Chargers WR Malcom Floyd returning to practice on Monday after a mini-holdout, coach Norv Turner said “we’re excited to have him back.”
Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree believes that Tony Romo is “all you can ask for in a quarterback.”
The Giants are changing their coverage schemes under new defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.
Eagles DE Juqua Parker is not expected to be an every-down player this season.
Third-year WR Devin Thomas has reportedly struggled with his “play-after-play consistency” at Redskins OTAs.
The Bears have released rookie DE Lawrence Wilson with an injury settlement.
Lions WR Calvin Johnson appears primed for a bounce-back season in Detroit.
Packers undrafted rookie RB Quinn Porter was a cheerleader in his first year at Stillman College.
Rookie RB Toby Gerhart is not expected to move to fullback.
The state of Georgia’s politicians want the Falcons to commit to staying in the Georgia Dome.
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson admits this has been a “difficult” offseason for the franchise.
Saints first-round pick Patrick Robinson has reportedly been involved in some “welcome to the NFL moments” during OTAs.
Bucs WR Sammie Stroughter is getting reps both in the slot and out wide during offseason practices.
Cardinals LB Gerald Hayes (back) and OL Rex Hadnot (knee) returned to OTA practice on Monday.

49ers coach Mike Singletary believes that former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden “deserves all the credit in the world.”

In a recent interview with the NFL Network, free agent WR Terrell Owens named the Seahawks specifically as a team he’d like to play for.
The Rams are still talking contract with free agent S O.J. Atogwe.
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