Saturday one-liners

The Bills’ website has a sneak peek of the new New Era hats.

Dolphins OL Vernon Carey kicked in $20,000 for new equipment at his Miami-area high school’s weight room.

Bill Belichick’s daughter is an assistant lacrosse coach at Ohio State.

Will Hill, a former Tim Tebow teammate at Florida, has a prediction:  “Knowing him, being with the Jets, I know he wants to be that starting guy.  I know that he’s going to pull others to him.  It’s going to be a big change for the Jets.”

Tottenham and Liverpool of the Barclays Premier League will be playing the other kind of football at the Ravens’ stadium in July.

With training camp now moved to Paul Brown Stadium, the Bengals are trying to schedule open practices that won’t conflict with Reds games.

Bernie Kosar looks at the Browns’ options with the fourth pick in the draft.

The Steelers remain interested in bringing back WR Jerricho Cotchery, who most recently visited the Rams.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has taken to Twitter, with the handle @sonofbum.

A company making Andrew Luck Colts jerseys will likely soon feel the wrath of Nike.

Jags owner Shahid Khan should make his foray into personnel decisions a one-shot deal.

Though the Titans may have signed G Steve Hutchinson as Peyton bait, QB Matthew Hasselbeck is happy to be reunited with his former Seattle teammate.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher addressed the challenge of facing Broncos QB Peyton Manning:  “We’ve always said it’s like preparing for one of those quarterbacks in a video game.  You just can’t fool him.  He’ll move fast and get the ball to the right people.”

Chiefs S Eric Berry says it’s easier to rehab his torn ACL because he’s got company.

New Raiders RB Mike Goodson says he’s fully recovered from a hamstring injury suffered during the 2011 season.

The Chargers still have offers on the table for DL Luis Castillo and RB Jacob Hester.

NBC’s Al Michaels explains the attraction of the 8-8 Cowboys to start the 2012 season:  “There may be as many people out there who watch to see the Cowboys lose as watch to see them win.”

The suspension of Giants RB Andre Brown makes it even more important that the other guys on the depth chart behind Ahmad Bradshaw step up.

Analysts like Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworski believe that the loss of Jason Peters will hurt the Eagles badly.

Former NFL quarterback Jake Plummer, who once played for Mike Shanahan, agrees with Donovan McNabb regarding RG3’s fit in D.C.

A fan recently approached Bears chairman George McCaskey and simply said, “My parents have been ticket holders since 1932.  Get it right.”

Lions G.M. Martin Mayhew strongly favors a 90-man training-camp roster.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy wants more competition on defense.

The Vikings plan to bring Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III to town for pre-draft visits.

Falcons coach Mike Smith says the team was “very inconsistent” in 2011.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera doesn’t think that TE Jeremy Shockey was the Saints’ whistleblower, but that even if he were it wouldn’t change the team’s interest in bringing him back.  (The NFL’s lawyers approve of this message.)

Saints coach Sean Payton’s appeal, even if unsuccessful, also could mean that he’ll lose less salary.

The Bucs will pay CB Ronde Barber $3 million in 2012, down 25 percent from 2011.

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells threw out the first pitch at a spring-training game involving the two teams from his home state of Ohio.

The Rams had considered using the transition tag on P Donnie Jones.

49ers RB Frank Gore has been helping RB Lamar Miller get ready for the draft.

The Seahawks’ new Nike-designed alternate jersey is expected to be gray.