Thursday morning one-liners

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Bills CB Kevon Seymour is making a good first impression.

Dolphins G Jermon Bushrod has the support of his coaches.

The Patriots now have plenty of options at LB after signing David Harris.

Perhaps Jets fans shouldn’t worry about losing Harris to their hated rivals.

The Ravens finalized their training camp schedule.

The Bengals aren’t going to be burdened by high expectations.

Looking back at the Browns 1999 expansion draft (and wondering how different it was than last year).

Steelers T Jerald Hawkins is making up for lost time.

Taking a look at the Texans’ WR situation.

The Colts are encouraged by their WR depth.

The Jaguars are hoping to create more turnovers this year.

The Titans have become a trendy pick.

The Broncos want WR Demaryius Thomas to be more of a leader.

The Chiefs left Jeremy Maclin a voice mail telling him he was cut.

The Chargers are going to be honored at Del Mar.

Raiders OLB Khalil Mack was floored by meeting Dick Butkus.

The Cowboys’ locker room chemistry was crucial to their success last year.

Taking a look at some underdogs heading into Giants camp.

The Eagles think LB Jordan Hicks can get even better.

There will be big expectations for Washington rookie Jonathan Allen.

The Bears are putting more emphasis on creating turnovers this year.

The Lions made varying investments in their replacement OTs.

Packers LG Lane Taylor isn’t changing his preparation now.

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer’s more involved with his rebuilt offensive line.

Former Falcons QB Michael Vick’s father was indicted on federal drug distribution charges.

The Panthers have a generation gap in line drills.

Voice of the Saints Jim Henderson is going into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston’s accuracy may not be as big a deal as some think.

Are Cardinals fans getting worse?

Rams G.M. Les Snead is building a quick rapport with new coach Sean McVay.

49ers SS Eric Reid is excited about his new role in coordinator Robert Saleh’s defense.

The Seahawks will have some division of labor issues at RB.