Thursday morning one-liners

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Bills third-year WR Marcus Easley is just getting started.

The Dolphins are marketing themselves as a football team.

ESPN Boston’s Field Yates analyzes the Patriots’ secondary.

Former Jets RB Curtis Martin is en route to Canton.

Rookie LB Courtney Upshaw will fit in nicely with the Ravens.

Bengals WR A.J. Green discusses the return of the Pro Bowl.

The Browns may still trade QB Colt McCoy before Week One.

Steelers WR Antonio Brown says he’s “taking care of my game.”

Texans coach Gary Kubiak says WR Lestar Jean has a “chance to be a good player.”

Perhaps the Colts’ new defense will spark LB Jerry Hughes.

Ex-Jaguars RB Fred Taylor has Justin Blackmon’s back.

Rookie WR Kendall Wright is standing out at Titans OTAs.

Broncos LB Joe Mays is in awe of Von Miller.

New Chiefs S Abram Elam is already running as a starter.

The Raiders’ offseason program is almost over.

Chargers LB Larry English is finally healthy.

Cowboys FB Lawrence Vickers left practice with ants in his pants.

Here’s a breakdown of Giants DE Osi Umenyiora’s new contract.

Eagles LB Brian Rolle is trying to keep his starting job.

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III outs himself as a soccer fan.

Bears QB Jason Campbell is new to a backup role.

Lions rookie QB Kellen Moore is throwing “floaters” in practice.

Packers WR Donald Driver’s one-year deal is worth $2.3 million.

Will Falcons WR Harry Douglas break out this season?

The Panthers are giving beleaguered S Sherrod Martin a clean slate.

Saints OT Jermon Bushrod has recovered from shoulder surgery.

Bucs coach Greg Schiano says RB Doug Martin has rare vision.

Here’s a glance at the Cardinals’ depth at linebacker.

49ers rookie WR A.J. Jenkins is struggling with consistency. examines Seahawks WR Golden Tate’s downfield blocking. discusses the Rams’ backup QB position.