Thursday morning one-liners

Bills WR David Nelson thinks his individual production at the University of Florida should be balanced by his contributions to team success.

Dolphins CB Vontae Davis has been impressive during OTAs.

Said Patriots T Sebastian Vollmer on playing right tackle during OTAs, “You never know. I come in the morning, they tell me what to do, that’s
where I line up. It’s always good to get exposure wherever it is, so it
can only benefit down the line. We’ll see what happens when training
camp comes around.”

There don’t appear to be any restrictions on Jets QB Mark Sanchez at next week’s minicamp.

Ravens FB Le’Ron McClain is still hopeful about his chances of signing a long-term contract.

Don’t expect any news about draft choices signing with the Bengals in the near future.  

Browns RB Jerome Harrison is planning to attend the team’s minicamp.

Steelers K Jeff Reed calls his chances of re-signing with the team beyond 2010 “50-50.”

The competition for the Texans kicking job between Kris Brown and Neil Rackers is pretty close to even thus far.

Coming off a great season isn’t enough to make Colts TE Dallas Clark want to stop improving.

Jaguars DE Derrick Harvey has dropped 15 pounds in an effort to be faster on the field.

The Titans need to use RB Chris Johnson to set up the rest of their offense in 2010.

Broncos RB J.J. Arrington says he’s about 85 percent healthy and plans to be all the way there coming training camp.  

The new home of Chiefs training camp is working to get itself ready for July.

WR Chaz Schilens is further
along in recovery
from an injured foot than Raiders coach Tom Cable
indicated earlier this offseason.

While discussing the signing of T Tra Thomas, Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith said he’s open to the idea of signing a veteran wide receiver as well.

Cowboys DT Jay Ratliff made his first appearance at OTAs and showed off that he’s in great shape from working out in Atlanta. 

An adultery-promoting dating site has offered $25 million for the naming rights to the new home of the Giants.

Joselio Hanson plans on making a strong bid for the Eagles’ starting right cornerback job.

Redskins QB Donovan McNabb’s kids clinic will have several of his old and new teammates pitching in to help out.

Kevin Shaffer won’t be the starting left guard for the Bears this season.

A giant tire has become a useful tool at Lions workouts.  [Editor’s note:  Coincidentally, Matt Millen was a giant non-useful tool at Lions workouts from 2001 through 2008.]

Packers LB Nick Barnett and WR Donald Driver each had their knees scoped during the offseason.

Albert Young appears to be Toby Gerhart’s biggest competition for the reserve running back spot with the Vikings.

Former Falcons DL Grady Jackson’s barbershop is becoming a celebrity hangout

The Panthers are holding off on placing LB Thomas Davis on injured reserve.

Saints QB Drew Brees received the Good Guy Award from the Professional Football Writers of America.

Buccaneers C Jeff Faine agrees with the team’s decision to hold two-hour practices because the young team needs as much work as it can get.

It’s an open competition for the right cornerback job with the Cardinals.

LB James Laurinaitis and other current Rams were present while Isaac Bruce was talking about his devotion to the franchise.   

There’s still a lot of work to do to get the 49ers to Santa Clara.

Coach Pete Carroll hinted that WR Isaiah Stanback, a converted quarterback, might have a chance to give the Seahawks different offensive looks.