Tuesday morning one-liners

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Can Bills WR Stevie Johnson do it again in 2011?

According to Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc., the Dolphins have the best linebacking corps in the AFC East.

WR Plaxico Burress doesn’t look like a likely addition to the Patriots roster.

TE Ed Dickson could have a breakout year for the Ravens.

The Bengals have told Jason Shirley that he’s moving back to the defensive line.

The Browns are excited about what TE Jordan Cameron brings to the table athletically.

The numbers don’t look good for WR Limas Sweed’s future with the Steelers.

The Texans expect Brian Cushing to be a playmaker at inside linebacker.

If the NFL missed the first four games, the Colts would miss home dates with the Browns and Steelers.

Could the Jaguars be a contender for WR Plaxico Burress’s services?

Titans DE Derrick Morgan is motivated to make up for lost time.

Broncos QB Tim Tebow is doing quite well on the book tour circuit.

Two big drops in a game against the Colts were a turning point for Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe.

T Joe Barksdale plans to start from day one for the Raiders.

Cowboys players say they understand the tough position coach Jason Garrett is in with regard to the labor situation.

Former Giants WR Amani Toomer is heading to the NFL’s “Broadcast Bootcamp.”

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com doesn’t think WR Plaxico Burress is ticketed for the Eagles.

More information about the party decks coming to Redskins games at FedEx Field.

A request for a lighter sentence from the woman convicted of killing former Bears S Shaun Gayle’s girlfriend was denied.

Lions rookies RB Mikel Leshoure and WR Titus Young are taking part in team workouts.

The Packers aren’t planning on shrinking their playbook.

According to agent Drew Rosenhaus, Vikings WR Sidney Rice is in the best shape of his life.

Falcons DE John Abraham’s agent is telling him and other clients not to worry about anything but staying in great shape for when they return to work.

Panthers WR Steve Smith said that football is the last thing on his mind right now because of family issues.

Saints S Darren Sharper vowed that he’ll be ready to play when and if football gets underway.

Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber said that he’ll keep playing until he can’t physically do it anymore.

The Cardinals didn’t get much help in pass protection from their skill position players last season.

Rams offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels’s brother’s knows the offense and might be helping QB Sam Bradford learn the new scheme.

Seahawks G.M. John Schneider is excited to get a chance to sign undrafted rookies.