Wednesday morning one-liners

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The Bills are closing in on a deal to keep their training camp site at the same place where it’s been for the last 12 years.

There’s already talk in Miami about how Dolphins owner Stephen Ross should go about finding new team leadership.

Patriots WR Deion Branch says he has no complaints about not getting any catches on the same day that Wes Welker got 16 catches.

Said Jets QB Mark Sanchez of his broken nose, “It didn’t feel good, that’s for sure. But obviously you’re in the middle of the game, so it didn’t really bother me too much. I didn’t really think about it too much until after the game, but it feels a lot better now, and I’ll just worry about it at the end of the season. It’s no big deal.”

One Baltimore columnist wants to hear more trash talk between the Ravens and Jets.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is now 10 games under .500, 61-71-1, for his career.

Mike Pereira thinks the officials were being a little picky when they called the Browns for a celebration penalty on Sunday.

The Steelers are weighing their options to fix their broken offensive line.

Sunday’s game is the time for the Texans to show their toughness.

Colts QB Dan Orlovsky is back, at least until they’re sure Kerry Collins can play.

The Jaguars rank last in the league in passes attempted and passing yardage.

The Titans are looking for help at wide receiver.

Some in Denver are questioning what, exactly, the goal of the Broncos’ season is.
Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker thinks focusing on Tony Romo’s pain tolerance sends a bad message.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley says offensive coordinator Bill Muir will continue to call the plays.

The Raiders played man coverage almost exclusively against the Jets.

Chargers QB Phillip Rivers has a big fan in Randy McMichaels.

Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker has a problem with hearing Jerry Jones talking about Tony Romo’s pain tolerance.

Giants DE Justin Tuck says beating the Eagles gave the team a much-needed confidence boost.

The Eagles may be turning into a running team.

Rex Grossman is taking some heat for the Redskins’ first loss.

Bears coach Lovie Smith says Panthers QB Cam Newton has the same physique as Julius Peppers.

There’s a slim chance that Lions DT Nick Fairley will make his debut on Sunday.

Packers RB Ryan Grant says his bruised kidney is no big deal.

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says his team needs to avoid third and long and avoid penalties.

Falcons RB Jason Snelling may miss Sunday’s game with a concussion.

If it’s based on merit and not on contracts, Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart should start ahead of DeAngelo Williams.

Saints K John Kasay has gone a perfect 6-for-6 on field goals this season.

The Buccaneers are close to their first sellout in two years for Monday night against the Colts.

Says Cardinals rookie CB Patrick Peterson, “I feel like I’m getting better so confidence isn’t even an issue. I’m getting comfortable with my teammates, getting comfortable with the scheme we’re running, and confidence is never a problem.”

The Rams are regressing on defense.

The 49ers are spending the week in Youngstown, Ohio.

Seattle’s young safety duo looks like something special.