Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills WR and impending free agent Terrell Owens revealed that he’s begun shooting season 2 of the T.O. Show.
Though it’s not likely to help his stance in the organization, Dolphins OLB Joey Porter reportedly aired his grievances in a meeting with coach Tony Sparano after the season.
A source with knowledge of the situation told the Boston Herald that there’s “not a lot of interest on either side” with regard to the Patriots’ potential re-signing of free agent TE Ben Watson.
Jets G.M. Mike Tannenbaum is a big fan of Boise State CB Kyle Wilson.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Ravens QB Joe Flacco lost a “buffer and friend” between himself and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron when position coach Hue Jackson left for Oakland on Tuesday.
Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco showed up to the Pro Bowl Tuesday in a massive, black freight-liner truck.
Club president Mike Holmgren confirmed that he’s not ready to commit to Brady Quinn as the Browns’ quarterback of the future.
According to Ed Bouchette, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers SS Troy Polamalu is believed to have avoided surgery on the knee that rendered him a non-factor in 2009.
New Texans QB coach Greg Knapp has never worked with Houston head coach Gary Kubiak before.
Colts president Bill Polian says it became evident that former D-III WR Pierre Garcon would become an impact player during offseason workouts.
New Jaguars DL coach Joe Cullen says he’s been three-and-a-half years sober since his 2006 arrests for DUI and obscene and indecent conduct.
Titans DE Kyle Vanden Bosch admits his selection to the Pro Bowl “came as a surprise because (he) statistically didn’t have a great year” after finishing 2009 with just three sacks.
Jeff Legwold, of the Denver Post, expects the Broncos to keep a close eye on Alabama NT Terrence Cody throughout Senior Bowl week to see if he can become an every-down player.
An apparent teenage picture of Chiefs backup QB Brodie Croyle is framed on the wall of an authentic Alabama oyster house in Mobile.
In-limbo Raiders head coach Tom Cable was supportive of the team’s hiring of Hue Jackson to coordinate Oakland’s offense when asked about the move at Tuesday’s Senior Bowl practice.
The Chargers have been recognized by the NFL for employing one of the league’s most successful designated driver programs to and from games.
Jean Jacques-Taylor, of the Dallas Morning News, expects the Cowboys to address the offensive tackle position with an early-round pick this April.
New Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell made it clear Tuesday that the team’s assistants that are in place remain safe on his side of the ball.
The American Kennel Club blasted the Eagles for rewarding QB Michael Vick with the Ed Block Courage Award for overcoming adversity in his return to the NFL.
The Bucs appear to have competition for aspiring wide receivers coach Keenan McCardell from the Redskins, with whom McCardell finished his career.
The NFL phoned the Bears about CB Charles Tillman’s availability for the Pro Bowl, but he has not been medically cleared after breaking four ribs and suffering a lung contusion during the regular season.
Lions co-owner Bill Ford Jr. is not interested in extending the Ford family’s ownership to the NBA despite the Detroit Pistons recently having been put up for sale.

After losing his job in training camp a year ago before regaining it due to injury, Packers C Scott Wells is expected to stay in the starting lineup in 2010.

According to coach Brad Childress, Vikings CB Cedric Griffin faces a six- to nine-month recovery period after ACL surgery, jeopardizing his status for Week 1 next season.
The Falcons are among the teams that have shown interest in Georgia DT Geno Atkins at the Senior Bowl this week.
Panthers head coach John Fox and G.M. Marty Hurney were spotted scouting the Senior Bowl’s North team practice on Tuesday.

President Barack Obama is pulling for the Saints in Super Bowl XLIV.
Buccaneers G.M. Mark Dominik reiterated Tuesday that the team’s offseason plan is to “build around…quarterback (Josh Freeman).”

Cardinals CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie recently underwent surgery for a torn MCL and fractured left tibia, but is expected to be ready for OTAs.
49ers TE Vernon Davis has cut his trademark dread locks as he gets ready for his first Pro Bowl this weekend.
New Seahawks LBs coach Ken Norton Jr. is excited about his reunion with Lofa Tatupu; Norton was a graduate assistant on Pete Carroll’s college staff when Tatupu was a senior at USC.
In desperate need of a return specialist and capable backup for RB Steven Jackson, the Rams have met with jack-of-all-trades Ole Miss RB/WR Dexter McCluster at the Senior Bowl.