Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills OT Cornell Green took a trip to Swaziland this offseason.
The Boston Globe is taking the over on Tom Brady throwing 30 touchdown passes this season.
Jets OG Brandon Moore predicts that QB Mark Sanchez will be the team’s breakout player in 2010.
Former Cowboys S Ken Hamlin is ecstatic to be playing for the Ravens.
The signing of new Browns QB Jake Delhomme represents “one of the biggest gambles in team history.”
Steelers rookie OL Chris Scott’s Wednesday surgery to repair a foot fracture is expected to sideline him for all of training camp and the preseason.
Coming off neck surgery, Texans RB Steve Slaton indicated on Twitter Monday that he’s been medically cleared for contact in training camp.
Colts coach Jim Caldwell says backup QB Curtis Painter is “certainly a guy we think has ability.”
The Jaguars are conducting pre-training camp practices longer into the offseason than any team in the league.
Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean breaks down the best developments of the Titans’ 2010 offseason.
Broncos individual-game tickets go on sale Saturday, July 10.

Steve Corkran of the Oakland Tribune tells the story of the Raiders’ courting of Sean Payton during the 2005 offseason.

The Dallas Morning News takes a stab at the Cowboys’ names if they played for the Brazilian soccer team.
Giants LB Bryan Kehl’s goal for the 2010 season is “to be on the field.”’s Adam Caplan suggests that current Vikings QB Sage Rosenfels could interest the Eagles if Philadelphia decides to part with troubled QB Michael Vick.
The Redskins will open 15 of their 2010 training camp practices to the public.
Bears LB Lance Briggs admits he “was pissed off” when the team released DE Alex Brown.
The agent for first-round pick Jahvid Best revealed that he’s yet to begin contract negotiations with the Lions.
Packers S Nick Collins says “we want to be the No. 1 overall defense” this season.
Is Vikings DE Jared Allen the NFL’s greatest non-quarterback?
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the Panthers have the worst defensive line in the league.
Saints coach Sean Payton will have his number retired at his alma mater Eastern Illinois’ home opener on September 11.
The New York Times takes a comprehensive look at the Arizona Cardinals heading into the 2010 season.

Sixth-round TE Nate Byham is expected to be the next 49ers rookie to sign a contract.
The Rams have released five players to make room for draft pick signings.