Wednesday morning one-liners

Marshawn Lynch’s buddy Fred Jackson believes Lynch will be nothing but professional from this point forward.

Changing teams won’t break up the rock band of Dolphins OL Cory Procter.

Vince Wilfork doesn’t want to talk about Logan Mankins’ absence: “What part of no don’t you understand? If you keep asking
that I’m walking away.”

And on the second day of Jets minicamp, QB Mark Sanchez struggled.

Somewhat unknown Ravens defender Daniel Ellerbe has high hopes for this season.

New Bengals CB Adam Jones is a big fan of Rice Krispie Treats.

Cleveland added offensive lineman Paul Fanaika off waivers from the Eagles.

Steelers fans can now make their plans for training camp.

Did the Colts make defense their emphasis this offseason?

Tiquan Underwood is emerging as a favorite for the Jaguars’ No. 4 receiver role.

The Texans invited seven tryout players to minicamp, including FB Justin Griffith.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher would “like nothing more” than to see LB Keith Bulluck wrap up his career in Tennessee.

In many ways, Kyle Orton has been the anti-Cutler this offseason. 

Chiefs coach Todd Haley gave his team a break on the last day of OTAs.

The Raiders finally acknowledged the John Henderson signing.

Chargers fans had their opinion heard regarding the Vincent Jackson and Marcus McNeill situations.

Cowboys QB Stephen McGee is trying to prove he’s the team’s “backup of the future.”

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks says he’s fully healthy after undergoing toe surgery this offseason.

The most intriguing position battle at Eagles training camp will be at right cornerback.

Mike Wise of the Washington Post thinks London Fletcher is the real story of Redskins minicamp.

Bears LB Lance Briggs got a little help from his linebacker friends at his football camp in California.

The Lions hope that G Rob Sims settles down a long-time trouble spot for the team.

A “holdout” from Packers S Atari Bigby won’t cost him much money. (But it could cost him playing time.)

The Vikings didn’t waste any time calling RB Ryan Moats once he was available.

The Falcons hope that some rookie lessons will pay off for young members of their secondary.

Panthers wideout Kenny Moore has placed himself in the mix for a bigger role.

New Orleans waived former Colts WR Roy Hall on Tuesday.

Bucs T Donald Penn didn’t sign his restricted free agent tender by June 15, as expected.

Darren Urban of the Cardinals’ website looks at the likely offensive starters for the team after OTA season.

Matt Maiocco of Comcast Bay Area takes a look at the 49ers offseason scoreboard.

Seahawks RB Leon Washington began cutting on his injured leg over the last two weeks.

Top pick Sam Bradford sat down with NFL Network’s Steve Wyche for an extended interview.