Monday morning one-liners


C Eric Wood has moved into a leadership role with the Bills.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald wonders if Dolphins G.M. Jeff Ireland will panic when it comes to making a trade for Chiefs T Branden Albert.

Adding some beef to the interior of the defensive line in the draft is a possibility for the Patriots.

What’s the fallout from the Revis trade for Jets coach Rex Ryan?

Ravens coach John Harbaugh took part in a Tough Mudder race.

Could Michigan State RB Le’Veon Bell wind up with the Bengals?

An argument that the Browns will be unaffected by the investigation into owner Jimmy Haslam’s family business.

The Steelers website compares Georgia LB Jarvis Jones with former Steeler Chad Brown.

An attempt to simulate the Texans’ draft board.

Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson admits to taking a look at mock drafts in the weeks leading up to the real draft.

Jaguars G.M. David Caldwell will be trying to avoid making the draft mistakes his predecessors made.

Will Bernard Pollard or George Wilson start at safety for the Titans?

With four offensive linemen coming off surgeries, the Broncos could be in the market for some help at the position in the draft.

The Chiefs may be targeting skill position players at the end of the draft.

Raiders T Jared Veldheer has bulked up this offseason.

QB Phillip Rivers is learning the Chargers’ new offense as quickly as he can.

Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware has started lifting weights after shoulder surgery.

Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post thinks the Giants could take Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o.

Are the Eagles better off keeping or trading the fourth overall pick?

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins tried out broadcasting during the Michigan State spring game.

Former Navy LB Keegan Wetzel visited with the Bears.

The Lions wouldn’t mind a wide receiver to take some pressure off Calvin Johnson.

A pre-draft look at Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers, younger brother of Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.

The Vikings have made a place for analytics in their personnel evaluations.

Character traits are an important part of the profile when the Falcons look at potential draftees.

The Panthers aren’t hurt by a lack of strong quarterback and running back prospects in the draft.

Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune thinks the Saints will wind up trading RB Chris Ivory to the Jets.

Even with Darrelle Revis in the fold, Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times thinks the Buccaneers need help at cornerback.

The Cardinals own the seventh overall pick, a spot which has landed teams some star players in recent years.

The Rams probably aren’t looking for a kicker or punter in this year’s draft.

Bills big and small are adding up as the 49ers building their new stadium.

Is linebacker on the Seahawks’ list of draft priorities?