Saturday morning one-liners

The Bills hired Daryl Daye, a longtime college coach, as assistant to head coach Chan Gailey.

Antonio Bryant and Bill Parcells didn’t mesh well with the Cowboys, but could they try a reunion with the Dolphins?

Former Patriots FB Patrick Pass thinks the team needs to stop looking in the past to regain their spot atop the NFL.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez had a more sympathetic response to Tiger Woods’ press conference than K Jay Feely.

John Eisenberg of BaltimoreRavens.com argues that the Ravens’ credibility gives them the cover to sign WR Donte Stallworth.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis would like the team to re-sign DT Tank Johnson and S Roy Williams.

Browns coach Eric Mangini has asked team president Mike Holmgren to be heavily involved in the quarterback decision.

Steelers scout Bill Nunn is part of the inaugural class of the Black College Football Hall of Fame.

Said Texans TE Owen Daniels, “There might have been a knock on my blocking, but now I think I’m a true every-down tight end.”

The Colts won the most regular-season games last decade.  [Editor’s note:  Unfortunately, a Lombardi Trophy isn’t awarded for that achievement.] 

The Jaguars’ 15th anniversary team is heavy on players who from the Tom Coughlin era.

Titans CB Cortland Finnegan and DE Kyle Vanden Bosch have taken up tennis as part of their offseason workout regimen.

DT Ronald Fields’ first season with the Broncos proved to be a successful one.

With Branden Albert expected to move to right tackle, the Chiefs may be in the market for a left tackle on draft day.

It’s the second straight year that the Raiders and a Pac-10 school have seen a coach have a change of heart about working for one or the other.

Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith is changing his approach to dealing with the media this offseason.

The Cowboys are mulling a return to Oxnard, California for part of training camp this summer.

The news that Cardinals LB Karlos Dansby will hit the open market figures to interest the Giants.
 
Clark Judge of CBSSports.com includes new Eagles special teams coach Bobby April on his list of assistant coaches poised to have a big impact with their new teams.   

A look back at former Redskins special teams ace Rusty Tillman.

Jim McMahon has bought the Chicago Slaughter, an indoor football team coached by former Bears teammate Steve McMichael.

The Lions claimed LB Ashlee Palmer off of waivers from the Bills.

Packers.com continues its look back at the 2009 season with a list of the top five defensive plays at home.

Not everyone agrees that Vikings RB Adrian Peterson had a down year in 2009.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution has the Falcons taking Michigan DE Brandon Graham in his first mock draft of the offseason.

The addition of Ed Johnson gives the Panthers a lot of options at defensive tackle heading into next season.

Saints WR Marques Colston rang the bell to open Friday’s trading at the New York Stock Exchange.

Jeff Kamis is leaving his post as director of public relations after 10 years with the Buccaneers. 

Cardinals LB Cody Brown is working hard to make up for the time he lost to injury in 2009.

Are the Rams looking at Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson as a potential trade target?

There wasn’t much difference between 49ers QB Alex Smith’s results under center and his results out of the shotgun.

Said Seahawks WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh, “I would say I was disappointed in myself, I was disappointed in the way I
approached a lot of things, for whatever reason.  But I learned from it,
it won’t happen again.  When you expect a lot and get just a little. . . .  I
didn’t handle it well, and I learned from it.”