Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills have been given 100:1 odds to win the Super Bowl and an over-under of 5.5 wins.
Dolphins LB Karlos Dansby recently bought a $3.4 million home in South Florida.
Five Patriots made FOXSports.com’s list of the NFL’s top-100 players.
According to his agent, Jets CB Antonio Cromartie’s recent hip issue is a “non-issue” and resulted from “typical training fatigue.”
After signing his rookie contract Monday, Ravens OL Ramon Harewood said “the money isn’t what drives me.”
The Bengals have released their 2010 training camp schedule.
Browns CB Joe Haden reportedly showed up to the Rookie Symposium “draped in jewelry looking like Mr. T.”
FOXSports.com ranks the Steelers’ QB group as the best in the league.
Yahoo! Sports ranks the Texans’ defensive line as the 11th best unit in the NFL.
Colts OL Andy Alleman considers himself a good fit for the team’s offensive line scheme.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are fighting for survival.
Former Titans S Lance Schulters has taken up youth coaching for USA Football.
How will the Broncos use first-round pick Tim Tebow this season?
Missouri Western State University is putting the finishing touches on the 2010 training camp home of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Raiders owner Al Davis is the single greatest living influence on the NFL.
Chargers OL Brandyn Dombrowski says that playing offensive line in the NFL “is all about technique.”
Might this be the year the Cowboys go from contenders to champions?
Giants OLs David Diehl and Shaun O’Hara recently attended the NFL’s Broadcast Boot Camp in preparation for their post-playing careers.
Eagles WR Hank Baskett recently celebrated his one-year anniversary of marriage to model Kendra Wilkinson.
Redskins CB Byron Westbrook has been acquitted of DUI stemming from his February arrest.

The Bears are not expected to pursue free agent CB Shawn Springs.

Oft-injured Lions S Daniel Bullocks is trying to win back his starting job.
The Packers aren’t expected to pick a starting punter until both Chris Bryan and Tim Masthay kick in preseason games.
Brian Baldinger of the NFL Network doesn’t believe that QB Brett Favre can duplicate his 2009 numbers at age 41.
The 1998 Atlanta Falcons were one-year wonders.
Saints WR Adrian Arrington grew up admiring former Lions RB Barry Sanders.
Is Cardinals OG Taitusi Lutui really 396 pounds?
49ers OT Alex Boone has a chance to make the 53-man roster as a tenth offensive lineman.
The Seahawks have made 40 transactions involving 95 players since coach Pete Carroll was hired on January 11.
Doctors have recommended former St. Louis Cardinals OL Conrad Dobler to amputate his painful right leg.