Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills are shuffling their offensive line again.

Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano is nursing an ankle injury.

Patriots DE Andre Carter didn’t set the franchise sack record, after all.

Will the Jets be able to stop the Broncos’ run-heavy offense?

Ravens LB Ray Lewis missed practice Wednesday with a foot injury.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton discusses his Week Eleven opponent, the Ravens.

Browns coach Pat Shurmur says RB Chris Ogbonnaya has “surprised” him.

The Steelers are resting up during their Week Eleven bye.

Texans QB Matt Schaub called his Lisfranc injury a “tough pill to swallow.”

The Colts have signed FB Ryan Mahaffey off the Ravens’ practice squad.

The NFL Network Playbook crew is picking the Jaguars in Week Eleven.

Titans coach Mike Munchak wants to keep getting RB Chris Johnson 20-25 carries.

The Broncos are teetering on the playoff bubble in the AFC.

Coach Todd Haley discusses the Chiefs’ Week Eleven foe, the Patriots.

Coach Hue Jackson says RB Darren McFadden (foot) is making “huge progress.”

The Chargers’ health is a growing concern, especially on the offensive line.

The Cowboys are benefiting from the emergence of FB Tony Fiammetta.

Giants QB Eli Manning is averaging 41 pass attempts over the last month.

Eagles WR Steve Smith is glad he doesn’t play for the Giants anymore.

Redskins QB Rex Grossman has proven a better option than John Beck.

Bears KR Devin Hester played in Week Ten despite a 103-degree temperature.

Lions WR Calvin Johnson is difficult for defenses to cover.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers thought the Bucs were going to draft him.

Vikings DT Remi Ayodele is displeased with his reduced role.

Falcons OT Sam Baker is progressing from his back injury.

Panthers QB Cam Newton is wary of the Lions’ pass rush.

Coach Sean Payton breaks down the Saints’ Week Ten win over Atlanta.

The Buccaneers are working on their tackling this week.

Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb (toe, foot) isn’t expected to play on Sunday.

49ers RB Kendall Hunter has flashed promise during his rookie year.

The Seahawks’ running game has emerged over the past two weeks.

The Rams come in 29th in these updated power rankings.