Sunday morning one-liners


How the Bills must build their draft board.

The stubborn nature of Dolphins coach Tony Sparano could be a problem for the team.

Patriots CB Kyle Arrington expects to battle Leigh Bodden for a starting spot.

Former Jets DL Paul Frase’s experience with his son has led him to lead the fight against neuromuscular disorders.

The Ravens held a workout for Lehigh G Will Rackley last week.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer thinks the Bengals will consider QB Blaine Gabbert if he’s still on the board.

WR Julio Jones, T Tyron Smith, and others will be under consideration by the Browns.

The Steelers play a big role in several new NFL Films productions.

Front seven needs could trump secondary needs for the Texans come draft day.

Looking back at every Titans draft since 1999.

The Chiefs are trying to help out with the relief effort in Japan.

There’s a lot of value to the second overall pick held by the Broncos.

Pat Kirwan of thinks the Raiders would be an interesting landing spot for QB Jake Locker.

Former Chargers QB Ryan Leaf is the poster child for the difficulty of drafting second overall.

A Cowboys-S Michael Huff marriage seems to make sense for both sides.

A look at the offensive line prospects that might interest the Giants.

Adam Caplan of thinks there’s no chance the Eagles hold onto QB Kevin Kolb.

The late Redskins S Sean Taylor would have turned 28 on Friday, April 1.

UCLA LB Akeem Ayers could be a backup plan for the Lions.

The Packers believe that you can never have enough receivers.

University of Miami LB Colin McCarthy is the latest linebacker to work out for the Falcons.

Charlie Casserly’s latest mock draft has WR A.J. Green going to the Panthers.

A Saints-centric look back at the much-hyped 2006 draft class.

An attempt to understand the behavior of Buccaneers CB Aqib Talib delves deeply into where he comes from.

Not everyone thinks Texas A&M LB Von Miller is a natural for the Cardinals.

It might be time for the Rams to think about a successor to RB Steven Jackson.

Reading the tea leaves left by the 49ers’ pre-draft visits.

The Seahawks could take a late-round flyer on a player like Idaho QB Nathan Enderle.