Monday morning one-liners

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Marcus Easley could be a wild card in the competition for the Bills’ number two receiver spot.

The Dolphins have taken a liking to the Texas A&M pipeline.

A look at how the Patriots built their roster.

The Jets will be using more four-man fronts on defense this season.

Ravens CB Lardarius Webb was happy with the turnout for his charity softball game.

Making the Bengals could come down to kick returns for Brandon Tate.

RB Montario Hardesty might not hold onto his Browns roster spot.

WR Jerricho Cotchery is taking on a leadership role with the Steelers.

RB Javarris Williams reports that he has been released by the Texans.

Colts T Winston Justice is preparing for life after football and wants his teammates to do the same.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union calls WR Justin Blackmon’s arrest a P.R. nightmare for the Jaguars.

Said Titans coach Mike Munchak of WR Kenny Britt: “The scope made a huge difference for him, it made him feel better about his knee. He will be starting to run again soon. Everything is as positive as it can be really, for a guy coming off an ACL.”

The Broncos think they have built a front office of winners.

Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis expect to get a lot of work for the Chiefs this year.

There’s work to be done before the Raiders feel confident about what they have at tight end.

Said Chargers TE Ladarius Green of working with Antonio Gates, “It’s been great. He’s been a great resource and seems willing to help out a young guy who wants to work and wants to improve. But it hasn’t just been Antonio. Randy McMichael and the other tight ends have set a great example, and I’m trying to emulate what they do.”

LB DeMarcus Ware doesn’t want to see CB Mike Jenkins leave the Cowboys.

Osi Umenyiora’s restructured contract will likely be his last with the Giants.

Will talent and harmony be enough for the Eagles?

DE Jarvis Jenkins is trying to start over with the Redskins after a knee injury.

Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune wants the Bears and LB Brian Urlacher to avoid an ugly end to their relationship.

Lions LB Stephen Tulloch visited 10-year-old Ryan Kennedy just before Kennedy died of cancer.

Packers C Jeff Saturday discussed differences between Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning.

Vikings CB Antoine Winfield has been a strong performer in the slot.

Will DT Corey Peters’ injury open the door for Peria Jerry with the Falcons?

S Sherrod Martin is facing competition for his job with the Panthers.

Mike Freeman of thinks Saints LB Jonathan Vilma should just take his punishment.

Buccaneers TE Dallas Clark joined Kenny Chesney onstage for a song at a concert in Tampa.

The Cardinals have two of the remaining unsigned picks in the NFC West.

The tight end competition is just getting started for the Rams.

LB Eric Bakhtiari has a long relationship with 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.

The Seahawks still have high hopes for CB Walter Thurmond.