Thursday morning one-liners


NFL Network’s Kurt Warner compares Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to himself.

Dolphins QB Chad Henne reverted to his usual struggling ways in Week Two.

Patriots QB Tom Brady credits his teammates for New England’s offensive success.

The Jets have a fall-back plan if rookie C Colin Baxter doesn’t pan out.

The Ravens will target QB Joe Flacco and RB Ray Rice for long-term contracts.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis vows to get RB Bernard Scott more involved on offense.

The Browns have won their last three meetings with the Dolphins.

The Steelers’ run game is struggling.

Coach Gary Kubiak discussed the state of the Texans after Wednesday’s practice.

In addition to losses, injuries are piling up for the Colts.

Coach Jack Del Rio officially announced that QB Blaine Gabbert is the Jaguars’ new starter.

Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck is happy he signed with Tennessee.

Former Broncos RB Laurence Maroney is generating zero free agent interest.

Chiefs QB Matt Cassel discusses how he’ll turn his season around.

Vote Raiders WR Denarius Moore for NFL Rookie of the Week right here.

The Chargers had more injured players out of Wednesday’s practice than expected.

Cowboys LB Sean Lee has developed into an impact defender.

Former Giants WR Steve Smith is excited to square off with his former team.

The Philadelphia Inquirer debates Eagles QB Michael Vick’s (concussion) status for Week Three.

The Washington Times has the latest updates on the Redskins.

Bears RB Matt Forte leads the team in pass targets through two games.

The Lions are preparing for the return of Vikings DT Kevin Williams from suspension.

The Packers rank second behind the Patriots in these power rankings.

Vikings QB Donovan McNabb has job security despite his poor play.

The Falcons’ increased speed at receiver has opened up the field for others.

Panthers OT Jeff Otah is expected back from his concussion this week.

The Saints have cut RB Joique Bell.

Bucs coach Raheem Morris is a big supporter of S Cody Grimm.

The Cardinals are working to prepare for Seattle’s noisy CenturyLink Field.

The 49ers have a carousel at the wide receiver position.

The Everett Herald provides a look at the Seahawks’ Week Three injury report.

The Turf Show Times gives LB James Laurinaitis its Rams game ball for Week Two.