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Friday morning one-liners

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The Bills will continue to exercise caution with OL Doug Legursky.

Nathan Sturgis, the brother of Dolphins K Caleb Sturgis, is having a strong season in MLS.

The Patriots have several connections to the Falcons.

The Jets believe they are a better team than they were when they last faced the Titans.

Blocking Bills DE Mario Williams is a focus for the Ravens offensive line this week.

Cutting down on turnovers has been a point of emphasis for the Bengals this week.

Browns CB Joe Haden is looking forward to his duel with Bengals WR A.J. Green.

Rookie LB Vince Williams has been rising quickly for the Steelers.

Said Texans RB Arian Foster, “I’m feeling good. My body feels good. I’m ready to go whenever they want to let me go. But you’ve got to be patient and trust coach.”

Colts LB Robert Mathis will be inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame.

Ace Sanders will take on the punt return role for the Jaguars.

The Titans expect the Jets to try to throw the ball deep against them.

Broncos CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie feels ready to take on former teammate DeSean Jackson.

The Chiefs haven’t gotten much from their rookie class so far.

RT Tony Pashos has a tough task ahead of him when the Raiders face the Redskins.

Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano said he’s looking forward to facing the Cowboys offense.

Recurrent bouts with stingers aren’t worrisome to Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware.

The Giants offensive line is in flux ahead of their game against the Chiefs.

Tight ends haven’t done much for the Eagles offense in the first three weeks.

The Redskins have gotten strong production from WR Pierre Gar├žon so far this season.

Bears LB Lance Briggs is looking forward to seeing former teammate and current Lions DL Israel Idonije.

G Larry Warford and DE Ziggy Ansah have given the Lions good play early in their rookie season.

Looking forward to the completion of a new Packers training facility.

The Vikings have some injury issues in the secondary.

Falcons coach Mike Smith is stressing the importance of winning at home.

The end may be near for Panthers LB Jon Beason.

The Saints are saying plenty of nice things about Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill.

Buccaneers RB Doug Martin is one of seven players to average 90 or more rushing yards per game in the first 19 games of his career.

WR Larry Fitzgerald thinks the Cardinals can clean up their offensive problems.

RB Daryl Richardson was healthy enough to play on Thursday, but the Rams running game didn’t accomplish much.

LB NaVorro Bowman stepped up for the 49ers in the absence of Patrick Willis.

Seahawks T Michael Bowie is ready to step in if the team needs him to replace the ailing Breno Giacomini.

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