Friday morning one-liners


Bills RB Fred Jackson was quite elusive during the 2010 season.

OL Richie Incognito’s spot with the Dolphins is still up in the air.

Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia put Boston College’s draft prospects through their paces.

UCLA LB Akeem Ayers could fit the Jets’ needs on draft day.

The Ravens were among the teams checking out North Carolina State LB Nate Irving on his Pro Day.

The Bengals will meet with Tennessee-Chattanooga CB Buster Skrine in the coming days.

How bad will the new kickoff rule really be for players like Browns KR Joshua Cribbs?

The Steelers didn’t have to go far to check out Pittsburgh WR Jonathan Baldwin.

Ben Tate should push Derrick Ward for the Texans’ backup running back spot.

Colts K Adam Vinatieri made a strong comeback from injuries in 2010.

A vote for the Jaguars to look for a quarterback in the draft.

The Titans are expecting to see a more mature WR Kenny Britt next season.

Broncos coach John Fox thinks changing defensive schemes will goose the pass rush.

Lehigh G Will Rackley is slated for a private meeting with the Chiefs.

Said Raiders CB Stanford Routt of his statistically strong season, “In my mind, I was probably average or below average last year. I want to get back on the field and show what I can do. I gave up three TD’s last year, which I felt was too many.”

The Chargers checked out the Pro Day at San Diego State.

The Cowboys aren’t in the market for a quarterback.

Giants QB Eli Manning became a father.

Some great quotes from former Eagles LB Chuck Bednarik.

The lockout won’t stop the Redskins from drafting a quarterback.

Said Bears G.M. of DT Henry Melton, “The plan is for him to play more, and hopefully be a starter.”

Lions QB Matthew Stafford is a player who will be particularly hurt by the lockout.

DE Johnny Jolly remains part of the Packers’ plans.

Vikings K Ryan Longwell likes the idea of kicking off from the 35-yard line.

The prospect of WR Kerry Meier’s return from injury excites the Falcons.

Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer thinks QB Blaine Gabbert will be the Panthers’ choice.

The lack of consistency in the running game could lead the Saints to draft a runner.

Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman has many supporters around the NFL.

More fuel for the QB Marc Bulger to the Cardinals fire.

WR Laurent Robinson could have a hard time making the Rams.

Tight end isn’t an area of need for the 49ers.

How much longer will the Seahawks play in Qwest Field?