Wednesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills DT Kyle Williams of having surgery on a bone spur in his heel, “We knew eventually it was going to need to be taken care of. It was a point where, ‘Let’s go ahead and do it. We’ve got time to do it. Let’s get better. Rather than trying to manage it and hold it off, let’s do it.’ So I’m excited about it.”

Dolphins WR Mike Wallace wants to make it clear that he has no hard feelings for Pittsburgh.

Patriots LB Brandon Spikes is continuing to skip OTAs.

The Jets are among the teams that signed deals to have their games nationally syndicated by ESPN Radio.

The Ravens are $1.7 million under the salary cap after signing LB Arthur Brown.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton needs to get better at avoiding sacks.

Said Browns CEO Joe Banner of bringing Jim Brown back into the fold, “It’s important to me because he’s clearly in the top couple and maybe the single-most important part of the history of the franchise. It’s the right thing to do.”

Steelers DT Steve McLendon describes himself like this: “I want to be powerful and strong like Casey [Hampton], I want to be smart like Chris Hoke, and I want to be quick and fast like Jay Ratliff of the Cowboys.”

Texans LB Brian Cushing says he’s not thinking about his contract.

The Colts are sponsoring a 5K race with the finish line at the 50-yard line of Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Jaguars’ defense may have six starters this year who weren’t on the team last year.

Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray says he needs big defensive linemen: “Those big guys have a role in this league. You have to be able to be physical up front. You have to have a presence to stop the run, and we went out and got some really big guys.”

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio wants a front that can fit any situation.

Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton wants a defense quarterbacks will fear.

The Raiders are hoping rookie CB D.J. Hayden will be ready for the start of training camp.

Could this be Philip Rivers’ last year with the Chargers?

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says he’s being very cautious with injured players.

The Giants hope WR Louis Murphy makes the offense faster.

With 24 coaches, Philadelphia’s Chip Kelly has put together one of the two largest staffs in the NFL, tied with Seattle’s Pete Carroll, who has the same number of assistants.

The Redskins refused to comment on a letter sent by 10 members of Congress urging them to change their team name.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave President Obama a stuffed bear wearing a Chicago Bears sweatshirt.

Is this a make-or-break year for Lions QB Matthew Stafford?

Said Packers TE Andrew Quarless of coming back from a major knee injury, “It was one of the toughest things just to watch and not be able to contribute last year. So to get back out there and compete this year, I’m just thankful.”

Joe Webb is off to a good start in his move from quarterback to receiver for the Vikings.

The Falcons may want to avoid taking the same risk with Matt Ryan’s contract that the Ravens took with Joe Flacco’s contract.

Is Panthers coach Ron Rivera coaching for his job this season?

Saints coach Sean Payton is on Twitter.

The oddsmakers see the Buccaneers going 7-9 this season.

Stability at quarterback would go a long way toward boosting the stats of Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald.

Rams QB Sam Bradford has spearheaded an effort to send donations to Oklahoma tornado victims.

LaMichael James is confident he can become the 49ers’ primary return man.

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman says no one was worried about Marshawn Lynch’s absence from OTAs.