Friday morning one-liners

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Six Bills were listed as limited on the team’s theoretical practice report.

DE Dion Jordan has been a versatile piece for the Dolphins since his return from suspension.

Patriots DT Vince Wilfork is expecting a tough fight with the Lions.

The Jets aren’t feeling sorry for the Bills’ snowbound plight.

The Ravens will try to take a page from the Bengals and slow down the Saints’ offense.

Bengals QB A.J. McCarron felt like a kid again after returning to practice this week.

Justin Gilbert remains the No. 4 cornerback in the Browns secondary.

Said Steelers DE Cam Heyward, “I like us under the radar. We don’t need everybody to talk about us. They can save that for the Denvers and New Englands of the world.”

Texans wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Andre Johnson are in a good spot heading into Week 12.

Colts TE Coby Fleener admits to sometimes wondering if he’s good enough to play in the NFL.

A couple of scuffles at practice on Thursday didn’t bother Jaguars coach Gus Bradley.

TE Chase Coffman hopes for more opportunities with the Titans.

The Broncos want to run the ball more often.

The Chiefs run defense wasn’t up to snuff Thursday night.

A 17-play drive got the Raiders the points they needed for their first win of the year.

How far are the Chargers from getting back on track offensively?

Cowboys LB Bruce Carter isn’t thinking ahead to free agency right now.

CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is looking forward to matching up with Dez Bryant when the Giants face the Cowboys.

A call for RB Darren Sproles and TE Zach Ertz to play bigger roles for the Eagles.

Young Redskins players won’t get playing time just to get experience.

It’s the 37th anniversary of former Bears RB Walter Payton’s single-game rushing record.

Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin’s name has come up in relation to the head coaching vacancy at the University of Florida.

DB Micah Hyde has been a football version of a Swiss Army Knife for the Packers.

Vikings WR Charles Johnson finds it easy to find room for improvement in his game.

CB Robert McClain feels ready for more responsibilities with the Falcons.

The Panthers have to strike the right balance between the present and the future over the rest of the season.

RB Pierre Thomas is guarded about the chances he’ll return to the Saints lineup on Monday.

The Buccaneers aren’t planning to change their offensive philosophy.

Cardinals QB Drew Stanton feels better since cutting dairy from his diet.

DE Chris Long is progressing toward a return to the Rams lineup.

The 49ers hope their outside linebacker rotation runs more smoothly this weekend.

Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn criticized his unit’s missed tackles in Week 11.