Saturday morning one-liners

The addition of TE Michael Matthews is expected to boost the Bills’ running game.

Dolphins WR Patrick Turner is still working hard in hopes of getting some offensive playing time in his second season.

Albert Breer of the Boston Globe polishes off his crystal ball and predicts the Patriots’ 53-man roster.

Said Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer of his team’s depth at receiver, “So in the third, fourth quarter, you’ve got a guy that’s fresh, that’s
maybe only played 30 plays. Whereas the corners and the guys on defense
trying to stop these guys have played 65, 70 plays.”

A week after their final
offseason camp
, the Ravens waived DL John Fletcher, CB Courtney
Smith, S Brad
Jones, S Ashton Hall, and  C Daniel Sanders.

The Bengals like what they’ve seen in the return game from Pacman Jones.

The Browns are hoping to pick up where they left off running the ball.

He may play for the Steelers, but CB Ike Taylor is still popular in his hometown of New Orleans.

The Texans shuffled their front office with three promotions and the addition of two new scouts. 

The Colts claimed K Garrett Lindholm off waivers and released LB Brandon Renkart.

WR Tiquan Underwood gets the nod as MVP of the Jaguars’ underwear season.   

Titans WR Kenny Britt was limited at minicamp because of a bursa sac injury in his knee.

New Broncos defensive assistant Craig Aukerman made a strong connection with defensive coordinator Don Martindale when both were at Western Kentucky.

Several rookies are poised for prominent roles with the Chiefs.

A statistical breakdown of the decline of the Raiders passing attack.

Chargers rookie G Brady Bond isn’t returning to work his family’s farm in Oklahoma for the first time this summer.

Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett is trying for a more Earth-bound approach this season.    

Giants TE Kevin Boss says he is ahead of schedule in rehab from ankle surgery.

The Eagles cut ties with CB Devin Ross.

Mike Wise of the Washington Post is angry at DT Albert Haynesworth for making a stink just when things were starting to feel hopeful for the Redskins.  

Johnny Knox is “firmly entrenched” as the starting split end for the Bears.

C.C. Brown is at the front of the race to start at safety for the Lions. 

The Packers released CB Trevor Ford, S Khalil Jones, LB Tim
Knicky, and QB Noah Shepard, which leaves Graham Harrell as the third quarterback on the roster.

A closer look at the chances that Vikings RB Adrian Peterson wants a new contract.

Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal Constitution thinks the Falcons will make the NFC Championship Game this season.

Panthers WR Steve Smith showed why he isn’t a quarterback during his camp for kids.

Saints coach Sean Payton will have his number 18 retired by alma mater Eastern Illinois.  

With coach Raheem Morris praising LB Quincy Black’s improvement, the writing was on the wall for Angelo Crowell’s departure from the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals will keep training camp in Flagstaff through at least 2012. 

Unlike last years, Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo didn’t tell his players to prepare for a “bear” of a training camp.

The 49ers released CB Keith Smith and waived LB Brandon Long after their last day of minicamp.

Comedian and actor Rob Riggle from The Hangover and The Daily Show entertained the Seahawks during the final day of OTAs.