Thursday morning one-liners


New Bills WRs coach Rob Moore said the time was right to join the team this offseason.

The Dolphins are setting this up as a make-or-break year for QB Ryan Tannehill.

Patriots QB Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick impressed pro golfers with their skills.

Jets K Nick Folk thinks a return is very possible.

The Ravens still have questions on the defensive line they’ll have to address this offseason.

Part of the reasons the Bengals defense is so good might be that it’s the most expensive defense in the league.

The Browns first signing of the Ray Farmer era is a local product.

Steelers G.M. Kevin Colbert said he’d never be content to “gut this thing and start over.”

Texans WR Andre Johnson said his wrist is fully healed, after skipping the Pro Bowl.

Former Colts DT Raheem Brock would be uncomfortable showering around Michael Sam (who might not look forward to showering around Brock either).

The Jaguars will have nearly $30 million in cap room to work with in free agency.

Titans coaches are splitting their days between working on the playbook and evaluating free agents.

Broncos boss John Elway’s front-office achievements might actually be better than his on-field achievements.

Former Chiefs WR Jon Baldwin is still counting $1 million against their salary cap this season, the gift that keeps on giving.

The Raiders have the distinction of playing the league’s toughest schedule next year (though that’s an inherently silly distinction before the draft or free agency).

A look at how the Chargers might handle their top free agents.

Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan was supportive of an openly gay player while he was the coach at Nebraska.

Former Giants QB Jared Lorenzen recalls his struggles making weight when he was with the team.

The Eagles have some interesting decisions to make in terms of WRs in free agency.

Will the new Redskins staff be inclined to hang onto WR Josh Morgan?

The Bears promoting Pat Meyer to offensive line coach came after huge improvements in that area last year.

New Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin isn’t looking to copy Seattle’s scheme.

Veteran safety Jim Leonhard would love to join his hometown Packers.

The Vikings choice at QB should be “none of the above” according to former Bears GM Jerry Angelo.

A collection of mock drafts points toward offensive line help for the Falcons.

The Panthers lost an assistant coach to Stanford.

After cutting four players yesterday, Saints WR Lance Moore is the only player left from the Jim Haslett era.

The Buccaneers might not be done adding QB competition for Mike Glennon.

A breakdown of Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald’s adjusted contract.

The Rams still need to target some tackle help.

The 49ers new stadium is 80 percent complete.

So Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is a “white-haired party animal,” huh?