Friday morning one-liners

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A joke on Twitter about North Korea and the Patriots didn’t work out well for Bills WR Stevie Johnson.

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill has been holding workouts with his receivers.

There’s a familiar look to the Patriots’ preseason schedule.

The Jets will get a chance to use some hot sauce on Reggie Bush early in the preseason.

Local draft prospects worked out for the Ravens on Thursday.

Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick said he wasn’t aware of anyone allegedly spending too much money on him during his visit to Auburn.

The Browns website has come up with a rave review of Alabama G Chance Warmack.

Steelers chairman Dan Rooney recounted some of his favorite memories from his term as ambassador to Ireland.

The Texans and Saints won’t have joint workouts ahead of their preseason game.

CB Eugene Daniel ranks 10th on this list of the best Colts draft picks.

Jaguars QB Chad Henne said he’s excited to be part of a quarterback competition.

The Titans will face nothing but 2012 playoff teams in the preseason.

The Broncos still plan to add help at running back this offseason.

The Chiefs want to force more takeaways on defense in 2013.

Raiders QB Matt Flynn probably won’t see much action against his old mates from Seattle in the preseason finale.

Is this QB Philip Rivers’ last shot with the Chargers?

Baylor WR Terrance Williams hopes to land with the Cowboys.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin is fond of arguing with the GPS in his car.

Eagles LB DeMeco Ryans is confident he can handle life in a 3-4 defense.

A remembrance of the late Jack Pardee, who closed out his playing days as a member of the Redskins.

G Matt Slauson got some guaranteed money from the Bears.

Alabama TE Michael Williams will have a pre-draft visit with the Lions.

Mock drafters haven’t found consensus on the Packers’ first-round plans.

A Minnesota state senator wants the Vikings stadium deal put on hold until financing issues have been ironed out.

New Falcon Brian Banks spoke on behalf of The Innocence Project on Thursday night in Seattle.

Mel Kiper of ESPN thinks the Panthers should take a defensive tackle in the first round.

Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune thinks the Saints will be back in the playoffs next season.

There should be plenty of competition at wide receiver with the Buccaneers.

Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic favorably compares new Cardinals QB Carson Palmer with the 2005 vintage Kurt Warner.

If Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was stuck on a desert island, he’d like to have QB Russell Wilson, S Kam Chancellor and G John Moffitt with him.