Monday morning one-liners

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If S Donte Whitner is done with the Bills, he could be heading to Cleveland.

Dolphins WR Roberto Wallace isn’t concerned about increased competition for jobs next season.

Jets DT Sione Pouha might be on the verge of a breakout season.

Did Ravens QB Joe Flacco rank high enough on the NFL Network’s list of the top 100 players?

Bengals K Mike Nugent has been able to kick field goals five months after major knee surgery.

Browns KR Josh Cribbs reacts to the news that he’s one of the top 100 players currently in the NFL according to the NFL Network.

A call for the Steelers to bar their players from using Twitter.

Safety tops the list of remaining Colts needs.

Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert’s parents think he’ll do just fine under pressure.

Broncos coach John Fox is stressing speed as the key to a defensive turnaround.

Five undrafted players who could appeal to the Chiefs.

How might some undrafted rookies fit in with the Raiders?

New Chargers defensive coordinator Greg Manusky is itching to start working with his players.

The lockout could keep the Cowboys from finding another undrafted gem.

A look at how Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw stacks up against other runners who will be available if there is ever an open market.

Judging the trades made by the Eagles in the 2011 Draft.

The Redskins will have plenty of decisions to make at the end of the lockout.

Bears S Chris Conte generated a wide range of opinions before the draft.

The Lions have options at running back.

Getting to know a little bit about Vikings QB Christian Ponder.

John Clayton of ESPN discusses the risk the Falcons took with their trade up for WR Julio Jones.

CB Johnny Patrick didn’t waste any time getting involved with his new Saints teammates.

Which undrafted players would be the best fits for the Buccaneers?

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell is using the lockout as a chance to work on his entertainment career.

Given his track record, how much should Rams offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels be involved in personnel decisions?

Jim Tomsula’s short run as 49ers head coach has come to an end, but he’s still got an interesting story.

Last year’s playoff win didn’t stop the Seahawks’ youth movement.