Tuesday morning one-liners

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Re-signing Derek Hagan leaves the Bills with nine receivers.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post ponders whether the Dolphins should be in the market for Tim Tebow.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick liked newly signed G Robert Gallery when he was coming out of college.

Signing LaRon Landry doesn’t take the Jets out of the running for other free agent safety help.

Will Jah Reid become the Ravens’ answer at left guard?

S Reggie Nelson credited coach Marvin Lewis and defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer with his return to the Bengals.

With the quarterback carousel settling down, what’s next for the Browns at that position?

The Steelers signed former West Virginia WR/TE Will Johnson after he worked out at the school’s Pro Day.

Should Texans fans panic about the team’s quiet free agency period?

Colts CB Jerraud Powers was disappointed to learn that he won’t be playing against Peyton Manning next season.

If the move has to do with goosing ticket sales, Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union wants the Jaguars to pass on trading for Tim Tebow.

TE Joel Dreessen and CB William Gay are two free agents on the Titans radar now that Peyton Manning is off of it.

With Peyton Manning on his way, the Broncos need to find a more traditional backup quarterback.

Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel doesn’t see any problem finding playing time for running backs Peyton Hillis, Jamaal Charles and Dexter McCluster.

Moving Stefan Wisniewski to center should work out well for the Raiders.

Said Chargers S Eric Weddle on Peyton Manning’s arrival in the division, “You love to go against the best. It makes it more challenging. Every team in the division has a chance to go win it. I’m excited. Bring it on. It doesn’t get any better than this.”

Kyle Kosier is gone, but did the Cowboys get better on the offensive line?

The Giants will return to the University of Albany for training camp this year.

Offensive linemen Steve Vallos and Mike Gibson signed with the Eagles.

A look back at S LeRon Landry’s time with the Redskins.

Bears coach Lovie Smith was in West Virginia to check out DE/LB Bruce Irvin before Irvin was arrested on Saturday night.

The Lions re-signed P Ben Graham and he’s expected to compete for the job with Ryan Donahue this summer.

LB Erik Walden is hoping for a fresh start with the Packers.

The Vikings expect Lex Hilliard to add depth at running back.

A look at the details of DE John Abraham’s contract with the Falcons.

Looking at what Mike Tolbert’s arrival means for the rest of the Panthers backfield.

There’s no word on whether the Saints offered contracts to LB Curtis Lofton or DT Broderick Bunkley on their visits to the team.

Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times calls Tim Tebow a poor fit for the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals weren’t able to land Peyton Manning, but they don’t have to defend against him either.

The Rams are getting younger on the defensive line.

Gwen Knapp of the San Francisco Chronicle believes that both the 49ers and QB Alex Smith did what they had to do in the last few days.

Tight end appears to be the next box on the Seahawks’ to-do list.