Saturday morning one-liners

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Bills WR Donald Jones thinks a minor kidney disorder is why he went undrafted.

A profile of Dolphins rookie RB Daniel Thomas traces his journey from junior college to the NFL.

Members of the Patriots coaching staff talk about their interests away from the game.

Former Jets QB Ray Lucas discusses his addiction to painkillers.

Pictures from Ravens QB Joe Flacco’s recent wedding have surfaced.

Does Troy Smith make sense as a stopgap quarterback for the Bengals?

Is Steelers DT Casey Hampton the NFL’s best at his position?

The Texans’ expectations for LB Brian Cushing are very high.

Using RB Rashad Jennings more will allow the Jaguars to get the most out of Maurice Jones-Drew.

It seems unlikely that LB Stephen Tulloch will return to the Titans.

The Broncos are preparing for a busy free agency period.

The Chiefs are being sued in relation to work on Arrowhead Stadium’s renovations.

The Raiders pass defense could be in good shape if LB Rolando McClain and CB Stanford Routt improve.

Chargers TE Antonio Gates has found some upside to being locked out.

T Doug Free is the biggest priority of the free agency period for the Cowboys.

Who is the right complement to Eagles RB LeSean McCoy?

No one should expect a huge splash from the Redskins rookies.

Wide receiver isn’t the biggest priority for the Bears in free agency.

Some video of Lions DT Ndamukong Suh working with kids at a Nike camp.

Packers WR Greg Jennings recently guest-starred on Royal Pains.

The Vikings will be happy to know that the Metrodome roof is ready to reinflate.

RB Jerious Norwood feels that the Falcons are moving in a different direction.

Other teams have warmer feelings for QB Kerry Collins than the Panthers.

The Buccaneers are probably excited about hitting the undrafted free agent market.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell has been steadily productive over the last three years.

WR Mark Clayton is a free agent that the Rams should try to keep.

Will 49ers TE Vernon Davis be a player in the mold of the late John Mackey?

Former Seahawks T Walter Jones talks about his reaction to having his number retired.