Friday morning one-liners

The Bills won’t reveal their quarterback rotation to their third preseason game.

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano gives Dolphins fans a little behind the scenes action, ala Hard Knocks.

The Jets’ offensive performance is driving coordinator Brian Schottenheimer crazy.

Ravens RB Ray Rice doesn’t mind having a light workload in August.

The Bengals are a little short-handed currently in their secondary.

Browns RB James Davis has to make the team based on his special teams skills.

With Maurkice Pouncey passing him, Steelers S Justin Hartwig is concerned about his future.

Texans TE Owen Daniels had to fight through his own doubts in addition to his knee injury.

Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s not hurt, even if he’s not practicing.

Titans CB Cortland Finnegan guarantees that he’ll be ready for the team’s season opener.

Broncos coach Josh McDaniels is in no hurry to make a decision about LB Elvis Dumervil’s status.

Chiefs LBs Derrick Johnson and Demorrio Williams are battling for one starting job.

No surprise here: Louis Murphy looks like the Raiders best wideout by far.

Can rookie RB Ryan Mathews be a myth-buster?

Jason Williams and Danny McCray split time with the first-team nickel defense at practice Thursday.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin hinted that Rhett Bomar could overtake Jim Sorgi for the team’s backup job.

Eagles LB Moise Fokou started as a rookie, but now he doesn’t have a clearly defined role.

A look at Redskins RB Clinton Portis’ new dedication to practice.

Things don’t look good for Bears DL Jarron Gilbert’s chances of making the team.

Lions S C.C. Brown suffered a forearm injury.

It doesn’t appear that Vikings CB Cedric Griffin is anywhere close to getting back to action.

Falcons DT Peria Jerry will play in his first game since early last season, and it will come against his brother.

The term “hot seat” doesn’t really apply to John Fox, says Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer.

A case for calling LB Jonathan Vilma the Saints’ most indispensable player behind Drew Brees.

Bucs WR Sammie Stroughter will get his chance to start on Saturday.

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt cautions not to see this week’s preseason game as a dress rehearsal.

The 49ers will get Michael Crabtree back on the field for the third week of the preseason.

The Seahawks have used Leon Washington with their first team offense all week.