Monday afternoon one-liners

This mock draft has the Bills selecting LSU CB Patrick Peterson at No. 3 overall.

It’s a good thing Florida State QB Christian Ponder changed his mind and threw at the Combine.

The Patriots might not have to use an early-round pick to get a good running back.

ESPN New York updates the latest on former Jets QB Ray Lucas’ drug rehab.

The Ravens want a cornerback with size.

Former Bengals defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan predicts success for new Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.

Browns KR Joshua Cribbs is confident there will be a lockout.

Steelers director of football operations Kevin Colbert describes his ideal cornerback prospect.

The Houston Chronicle analyzes the Texans’ draft approach.

Jaguars DT Tyson Alualu is Cal DE Cameron Jordan’s mentor.

Auburn DT Nick Fairley loves new Titans defensive line coach Tracy Rocker.

Broncos V.P. of Football Operations John Elway discusses his ideal offensive tackle.

KCChiefs.com provides an info-packed update from the Scouting Combine.

The Oakland Tribune calls Penn State G/C Stefen Wisniewski a “perfect fit” for the Raiders.

The Cowboys need help in the secondary.

According to the Washington Post, the Redskins would not pass on Texas A&M LB Von Miller if he was available with the No. 10 overall pick.

Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz is not sold on QB Caleb Hanie as a backup.

Says Packers coach Mike McCarthy, “I plan on winning another Super Bowl.”

AtlantaFalcons.com recaps its terrific Scouting Combine coverage.

An NFL lockout could hinder the Bucs’ new corps of position coaches.

The Cardinals might be the best drafters in the NFC West.

Speedy Nevada DE/LB Dontay Moch might appeal to the 49ers.

Washington LB Mason Foster wants to play on the weak side in the pros.

The Rams and Seahawks both should have plenty of interest in free agent WR Sidney Rice.