Saturday morning one-liners

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Phil Hansen will become the newest member of the Bills Wall of Fame during Sunday’s game.

RB Daniel Thomas expects to see a lot of action in his Dolphins debut.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick was too busy to watch the first part of the documentary on his life on Thursday night.

The Jets are breaking out their throwback uniforms this weekend.

Ravens S Tom Zbikowski shares his thoughts on Saturday night’s fight between Floyd Mayweather and Victor Ortiz.

CB Leon Hall says he’s over the “Immaculate Deflection” that cost the Bengals the game the last time they faced the Broncos.

Browns S T.J. Ward expects to have his hands full with Colts TE Dallas Clark.

Steelers CB Bryant McFadden is still working his way back to full speed.

The Texans are having more fun with WR David Anderson back in the fold.

Growing up with four athletic brothers left Colts FB Chris Gronkowski used to getting hit long before he made it to the NFL.

Jaguars rookie WR Cecil Shorts could get the start on Sunday.

Marshall Faulk thinks Titans RB Chris Johnson will be back to his old self soon.

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post thinks the Broncos are too soft on offense.

The Chiefs re-signed TE Anthony Becht 11 days after he was released and the team released TE Jake O’Connell.

RB Michael Bush is the closer for the Raiders offense.

WR Kevin Ogletree is ready to start for the Cowboys if Dez Bryant’s injury keeps him out.

DE Osi Umenyiora is back on the practice field and has a chance to play for the Giants in Week Three.

Eagles T Jason Peters left Friday’s practice with tenderness in his ankle.

Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan liked what he saw from T Trent Williams outside of the two sacks he allowed to the Giants.

Bears CB Tim Jennings made more tackles than he’d like last week, but he didn’t miss any when given the opportunity.

The identity of the Lions right tackle for Sunday remains a mystery.

The Packers are paying QB Graham Harrell more than twice as much as the other members of the practice squad.

Vikings LB E.J. Henderson is confident that his knee will be well enough for him to play on Sunday.

A deep tissue massage is Falcons QB Matt Ryan’s favorite part of his Friday routine.

Panthers rookie T Byron Bell is going to be tested early and often against the Packers.

Said Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, “We’ve got to know that our quarterback is so good, so don’t be afraid of jumping a route, don’t be afraid of anticipating and making a big play.”

Jeremy Zuttah will start at left guard for the Buccaneers on Sunday.

RB Chester Taylor and LB Stewart Bradley should see expanded roles with the Cardinals this week.

Rams RB Cadillac Williams will renew his high school rivalry with Giants DE Justin Tuck on Sunday.

Special teams looks like a 49ers strength even if KR Ted Ginn isn’t taking kicks back for touchdowns.

The Seahawks will be missing several key special teamers this weekend.