Friday morning one-liners

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Said Bills WR David Nelson of minicamp, “We got better, definitely, especially as an offense having to go against a defense like that every day.”

Members of the Dolphins took to Twitter to congratulate the Heat on winning the NBA title.

Assessing CB Marquice Cole’s chances of making the Patriots.

Some praise for the Jets’ decision to lower some ticket prices.

Ravens WR Tandon Doss feels he’s moving faster than he did last season.

The Bengals like what they’ve seen from WR Brandon Tate.

Fans are welcome at 16 of the Browns training camp practices.

Former Steelers K Jeff Reed would like another chance in the NFL.

Texans LB Bryan Braman caught up on some missed time with his dentist this offseason.

The Colts website took some time to get to know special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf.

The Jaguars are part of the effort to bring a college football title game to Jacksonville.

Coach Mike Munchak feels the defensive line is the deepest position on the Titans.

Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post presents 10 reasons why the Broncos will be successful this season.

The Chiefs have announced their training camp schedule.

Could the Raiders shop WR Louis Murphy for a trade?

Chargers FB Jacob Hester closed out minicamp by injuring his shoulder.

Todd Archer of doesn’t think S Brodney Pool will make the Cowboys roster.

WR Ramses Barden hopes to have a breakout year for the Giants.

Saints defensive coordinator and former Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo thinks the Eagles got a good player in S O.J. Atogwe.

John Clayton of ESPN thinks the Redskins will win six games in 2012.

Bears WR Johnny Knox still doesn’t have a firm timetable for his return.

Lions WR Nate Burleson said that Matthew Stafford’s arm is as strong as Daunte Culpepper’s.

Pat Kirwan of thinks the Packers should be trying to trade for Colt McCoy.

Brandon Fusco could find his way to the starting Vikings offensive line.

The Falcons are sifting through kick return options with Eric Weems gone from the team.

Ten Panthers who could wind up on the chopping block this summer.

Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune writes that the Saints bounty program is the story that won’t die.

Buccaneers rookies took kids from a local Boys & Girls club to Busch Gardens.

Cardinals rookie QB Ryan Lindley is hoping to learn from the quarterback competition unfolding in front of him.

DE William Hayes should give a boost to the Rams defense.

A snapshot of the 49ers receiving corps at this point in the offseason.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is looking forward to the rookie symposium.