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Monday morning one-liners

CLEVELAND, OH - SEPTEMBER 14:  Miles Austin #19 of the Cleveland Browns celebrates his first quarter touchdown with Alex Mack #55 against the New Orleans Saints at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 14, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) Getty Images

DL Corbin Bryant wants to be part of better days on the Bills defense.

The reviews of Dolphins coach Adam Gase continue to be positive.

Injuries stand out in a review of the Patriots running backs.

Five reasons the Jets could fall short of the playoffs next season.

Is Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith a draft possibility for the Ravens?

Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin isn’t a fan of being in the spotlight.

Discussing the possibility that the Browns trade down in the first round.

Where does TE Heath Miller rank among the best Steelers of all time?

Texans LB Brian Cushing likes the idea of playing in a Houston Super Bowl.

Signing both their free agent tight ends might not be a possibility for the Colts.

Will the Jaguars be a suitor for C Alex Mack if Mack opts out this offseason?

Getting to know Titans wide receivers coach Bob Bratkowski.

Broncos LB Von Miller’s post-Super Bowl tour continues to be an enjoyable one.

Four of the first five players the Chiefs picked in 2015 met with the team at the combine.

The Raiders will be paying close attention to defensive players at the combine.

Breaking down the state of the Chargers defensive line.

An argument in favor of the Cowboys making a “safe” pick in the first round.

A pre-free agency scouting report of Giants WR Rueben Randle.

Will QB Mark Sanchez and RB Darren Sproles remain with the Eagles?

Looking for possible fits between the Redskins and players recently released by the Rams.

Five Bears storylines to keep in mind during the combine.

The Lions aren’t sweating the salary cap.

Sorting through some draft needs for the Packers.

A look back at Vikings RB Adrian Peterson’s trip to the 2007 combine.

A ranking of the Falcons players heading for free agency.

TE Greg Olsen’s touchdown catch against the Seahawks in the playoffs was one of the Panthers’ top plays of the year.

Former Saints executive Harry Hulmes III died at the age of 88.

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy’s surgically repaired hand appears to be healing nicely.

Former Cardinals QB Max Hall discussed his struggle with addiction.

Will QB Sean Mannion be back with the Rams in 2016?

The 49ers should be looking for ways to upgrade their pass rush.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s interactions with the media impress the Yankees.

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