Thursday morning one-liners

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NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan says HBO’s Hard Knocks creates a competitive disadvantage.

The lockout presents a workout dilemma for NFL players.

Dolphins DE Robert Rose admits to taking gifts at Ohio State.

Jets OC Brian Schottenheimer explains his play calling in the AFC title game.

Ravens LB Ray Lewis continues to do good works.

The Bengals are prepared to sign undrafted free agent rookies.

Browns rookie TE Jordan Cameron has intriguing athleticism.

Texans LB coach Reggie Herring insists people are overreacting to Mario Williams’ position switch.

Colts.com interviews assistant coach Rod Perry.

Jaguars G.M. Gene Smith says OT Eugene Monroe has Pro Bowl potential.

The Raiders may blitz more under new defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan.

The San Diego Union-Tribune profiles Chargers rookie DE Corey Liuget.

Former Giants DE Andy Robustelli’s funeral will be held Saturday morning.

Redskins QB John Beck has underrated arm strength.

Packers offensive linemen are working out together in Tennessee.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press covers the Vikings’ offseason workouts.

Falcons WR Julio Jones was the first pick in this dynasty fantasy draft.

FOX Sports’ Adam Caplan reviews the Panthers’ offseason so far.

Former Saints S Darren Sharper may retire because of the lockout.

The Cardinals can thank Josh McCown for having WR Larry Fitzgerald.

NFL.com’s Gil Brandt doesn’t believe the Seahawks will win the NFC West.

Free agent QB Alex Smith plans to re-sign with the 49ers.

Former Miami RB Graig Cooper may interest the Rams as an undrafted free agent.