Friday morning one-liners

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Tracing Doug Whaley’s move from Wall Street to Bills G.M.

The Dolphins signed undrafted rookie T Rupert Bryan and plan to move him to fullback.

Do the changes on the defensive line foreshadow scheme changes for the Patriots?

Jets G Vladimir Ducasse knows he has one more chance with the Jets.

With Rolando McClain officially out of the picture, here’s how things look at inside linebacker for the Ravens.

Five students have received $20,000 in college scholarship money from the charitable organization run by Bengals coach Marvin Lewis.

Browns G Jason Pinkston feels great after returning to the field for the first time since he developed a blood clot in his lung last year.

Jamison Hensley of thinks Antonio Brown can prove himself as a No. 1 receiver with the Steelers this year.

After spending 2012 on injured reserve, Texans K Randy Bullock is excited to actually do some kicking.

Said Colts coach Chuck Pagano of WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, “We are very fortunate to get him on board. Big, fast, long athletic guy, that can go up and find the football and can certainly stretch a defense and take the top off the secondary, off the backend.”

The new-look Jaguars jerseys seem to be selling well.

Titans rookie CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson has made a habit of learning quickly on the football field.

It’s hard to find a weakness when it comes to Broncos LB Von Miller.

Chiefs defenders are enjoying the aggressiveness in this year’s defensive scheme.

Josh Cribbs is looking forward to playing for Raiders special teams coach Bobby April.

A move to guard looks like it is working out well for Jeromey Clary of the Chargers.

A call for the Cowboys to add Collin Klein to their roster.

Aaron Curry believes he can be an impact linebacker for the Giants.

How will the Eagles use their tight ends this season?

Some disbelief about reports of Redskins interest in RB Tim Hightower.

How much did the Bears spend on undrafted free agents?

The Lions’ defensive backs should be tested frequently in 2013.

A group of Packers players went to Iowa to fire up the team’s fans in the state.

Vikings LB Chad Greenway wants you to be a farmer.

Said Falcons coach Mike Smith of the team’s belief in high-character players, “We win in the locker room first.”

Several Panthers rookies made a good first impression.

The Saints signed DT Isaako Aaitui to a two-year deal.

Going one-on-one with Buccaneers rookie DT Akeem Spence.

Cardinals rookies are getting plenty of chances to impress their coaches.

G.M. Les Snead has completed his overhaul of the team’s scouting and personnel departments.

RB Marcus Lattimore was left inspired by his first meeting with new 49ers teammate Frank Gore.

On Friday, Washington Governor Jay Inslee is signing a bill that will allow people to get Seahawks license plates.