Monday morning one-liners

It only took three coaches, but the Bills finally may know what to do with WR/KR Roscoe Parrish.

The Dolphins insist their offense isn’t as bad as it looked in the preseason.

Jets coach Rex Ryan on life without Calvin Pace and Darrelle Revis: “I’m not nearly as concerned as maybe other people are.”

The Patriots secondary could be a major concern for the team.

Despite a strong recent showing, Ravens K Billy Cundiff doesn’t know whether he’ll fly back with the team on Saturday.

Recently released former Bengals WR Antonio Bryant may have a Chrondal Defect in his knee.  (We don’t know what that means, but it sounds bad.)

New Browns President Mike Holmgren is getting kudos for the team’s ring of honor, whether Jim Brown shows up or not.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on CB Keenan Lewis’ effort Sunday night: “He stunk it up.”

Jaguars DT Terrence Knighton is on CBS’ Pete Prisco’s list of breakout players.

Colts WR Pierre Garcon finally looks healthy again and will line up wherever his team asks.

Texans G Wade Smith is close to winning the team’s starting left guard spot.

A new owner is trying to open former Titans QB Steve McNair’s old restaurant.

Broncos RB Lance Ball could wind up having a big role early in the season.

The Chiefs have been running wild in the preseason.

Raiders return man Yamon Figurs got a thumbs down for his effort Saturday.

Defenders are learning that the right angle may not be enough to take down Chargers RB Ryan Mathews.

ESPN Dallas’ Calvin Watkins examines the players on the Cowboys’ roster bubble.

Eagles rookie CB Trevard Lindley is making his move.

The Giants tried a lot of single man coverage on Saturday, and it didn’t work out too well.

The secrets of Larry Johnson’s post-touchdown dunk, revealed once and for all.

The list of things the Bears are doing wrong is a long one.

Lions rookie Amari Spievey had an impressive first showing after being moved to safety.

Packers CB Al Harris on his tricky return to the field. “I won’t step out there too early and I won’t step out there too late.”

Vikings rookie RB Toby Gerhart played more with the first team than third-down back competition Albert Young in the third preseason game.

The Falcons haven’t made rookie LB Sean Weatherspoon an official starter just yet.

Carolina has varied their defensive fronts in preseason, sometimes showing a three down lineman, two linebacker look.

ESPN’s Pat Yasinskas calls Will Smith the best defensive end in the NFC South.

Michael Clayton didn’t play a single snap in Tampa’s third preseason game, which doesn’t bode well for his roster spot.

Teammates are trying to steer clear of the Cardinals quarterback debate.

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis-Post Dispatch takes a position-by-position look at the Rams.

The 49ers won’t have to keep a second fullback because of TE Nate Bynam’s versatility.

Seahawks S Lawyer Milloy says he’s never played with a faster teammate than rookie Earl Thomas.