Sunday morning one-liners

Bills fans voted DT Kyle Williams as the team’s defensive MVP in an online vote.

Greg Stoda of the Palm Beach Post looks at the Pro Bowl rosters and finds reminders of Dolphins draft blunders.

Some Senior Bowl players were subjected to tough interviews with members of the Patriots staff.

Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News thinks Rex Ryan and the Jets would be a perfect fit for the next season of “Hard Knocks.”

Ravens S Haruki Nakamura picks the Colts to win the Super Bowl out of conference loyalty.

Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco prefers the Pro Bowl in Hawaii the week after the Super Bowl.

Browns president Mike Holmgren said that player opinions didn’t factor into his decision to keep coach Eric Mangini.

Former Steelers C Dermontti Dawson’s Hall of Fame bid has a lot of support among his teammates and coaches.

Texans WR Andre Johnson is taking 12 hours of sociology classes this semester to move closer to earning his degree at the University of Miami.

Colts CB Jacob Lacey thinks that having a short memory when it comes to getting beaten deep is key for a cornerback.

This week is the start of the Jaguars’ push to get season ticket holders to renew their plans.

Titans QB Vince Young is hosting the children of the late Steve McNair at the Pro Bowl.

Said Broncos LB Robert Ayers of his rookie season, “I didn’t accomplish any of the things I wanted to do as a person and as
a team, but it’s definitely a learning experience and I definitely have
a lot of things to improve on to get better.”

Marty Schottenheimer becomes the third former Chiefs coach to be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday.

Bill Williamson of takes a look at the quarterback options for the Raiders.

Said Chargers LS David Binn of blaming K Nate Kaeding for the loss to the Jets, “The whole team wasn’t playing well. If you’re a player or a coach or you know
football, there was stuff everywhere. The average fan doesn’t know
that. Most of the media don’t, either. The kicker’s the easy one to
point at.”

Bryant McKinnie’s departure could put Cowboys G Leonard Davis at tackle for some of the Pro Bowl.

DT Rocky Bernard could find himself on the Giants’ chopping block this offseason.

New Eagles G.M. Howie Roseman knows he has a lot to prove in his new job.    

Redskins LB London Fletcher is making the most of his first Pro Bowl experience.

Bears WR Devin Aromashodu hosted his first youth football camp on Saturday in Miami.

It’s been a rare offseason of coaching stability for the Lions.

Tackles Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher are at the top of the list of Packers free agent decisions.

Said Vikings G Steve Hutchinson, who has arthroscopic shoulder surgery scheduled in two weeks, “I guess I’m a little old-school when it comes to the Pro Bowl. I think if you can play, you should play.”

Falcons fans are finding it hard to root for the Saints in the Super Bowl.

Said Panthers DE Julius Peppers, “Anywhere is a potential landing spot. I’m not going to say I want
to play for any team or I prefer to play anywhere, because I really
haven’t thought about it.
“I haven’t thought about playing for x, y or z.”

Former Saints QB Bobby Hebert will wear a dress and parade down Bourbon Street on Sunday in a tribute to the late New Orleans broadcaster Buddy Diliberto, who vowed to do that when the Saints made the Super Bowl.

The decision to draft QB Josh Freeman looks good for the Buccaneers in light of the weaker than expected 2010 draft crop at the position.

Dan Bickley of the Arizona Republic runs through some of his memories of Kurt Warner’s tenure with the Cardinals.

Said Rams owner Chip Rosenbloom, “I think we are closer than most of our critics think we are. People that really understand the game know that with a handful of
pieces in place we’re a highly competitive team.”

Tim Kawakami of the Mercury News thinks the 49ers should make a run at acquiring Eagles QB Donovan McNabb.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll offered no hints about the team’s direction after checking out prospects at the Super Bowl.