Wednesday morning one-liners

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Marv Levy is impressed with the Bills.

In Miami, there’s a student-teacher role at the running back position.

Patriots CB Devin McCourty may be going through a sophomore slump.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez says he has no injury worries thanks to the team’s “awesome” training staff.

Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie says the opportunity to play with Ray Lewis and Matt Birk was a big part of why he went to Baltimore.

The Bengals have picked up a wide receiver who previously starred at the University of Cincinnati.

Browns coach Pat Shurmur says he was sure his team would bounce back after its Week One loss. (The fact that they played the Colts in Week Two didn’t hurt.)

Steelers TE Wes Saunders is extremely grateful to have an opportunity to play in the NFL.

Through two games, no one in Houston can complain about new defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.

The Colts have added S Stevie Brown, a local guy from Indianapolis.

Here’s a look at how Blaine Gabbert is likely to fair as the Jaguars’ starting quarterback, if history is any guide.

The Titans have sold out their 128th consecutive home game.

Says Broncos RB Willis McGahee, “My body feels great, my mind is right, it was good to come through, get to work and get the job done when they needed the job done.”

Chiefs S Eric Berry has scheduled his knee surgery for next week.

Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski has 11 kickoffs and 11 touchbacks.

The Chargers should have an easy game on Sunday with the Chiefs coming to town.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo is getting widespread praise from around the league.

Giants DE Osi Umenyiora is ready for a full week of practice and to play against the Eagles.

The Eagles need to get better at stopping tight ends.

The Redskins’ running game is getting more balanced.

Matt Forte is doing a nice job of negotiating himself a new contract with his play on the field.

Lions rookie WR Titus Young is impressing people with his work ethic.

Packers DT B.J. Raji is happy for the recognition he’s getting, but he understands that defensive tackles don’t often become stars.

The Vikings’ veterans say there’s a sense of urgency to turn things around, but they’re confident they can do it.

Thomas DeCoud is still a starter in Atlanta.

The Panthers are 1,200 tickets away from a sellout.

The Saints are thrilled with how their defense played against the Bears.

A couple of Tampa Bay players are earning league-wide recognition.

Cardinals TE Jeff King has two touchdowns through two games, but he doesn’t want anyone to count on him for 16 this season.

The Rams are having trouble keeping cornerbacks healthy.

Here’s a review of how the Cowboys got to 49ers QB Alex Smith.

The Seahawks need to stop playing it safe.