Tuesday morning one-liners


Bills P Brian Moorman’s wife has written a psychological thriller, and he admits the novel: “scared me a little. . . . I said ‘I’m married to you?’ ”

ESPN.com’s James Walker thinks the Miami Heat’s NBA title either does or does not put more pressure on the Dolphins this year.

Surprise: Patriots QB Tom Brady will be among the Top 10 players in the NFL Network’s  Top 100 list, which will be unveiled Wednesday night.

Jets rookies are using the offseason to learn playbooks, and a little more about each other.

Asked about bounty gate at his football camp, Ravens CB Lardarius Webb replied: “Ever since I was in middle school, we always got that same speech. It’s just something that coaches use. . . . I guarantee that if you put a tape recorder in the locker room of 32 teams, you’re going to have at least 16 teams with something close to [the speech].”

Bengals CB Leon Hall has high hopes for his side, saying: “We want to be the best defense in the league.”

Browns FS Usama Young and his foundation helped work to feed the needy in his hometown of Washington, D.C.

Steelers CB Ike Taylor thinks WR Mike Wallace will get a new deal before the start of training camp.

Texans undrafted rookie QB Case Keenum still trying to prove doubters wrong.

Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz talks to Colts QB Andrew Luck about everything other than football.

Jaguars K Josh Scobee didn’t get the 30th birthday present this weekend he was hoping for — a new contract.

The Titans new video boards at LP Field, which will be the largest at an outdoor stadium in the world, are still on schedule to be in operation by the preseason.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning got in a passing workout after his appearance at a Tennessee charity golf tournament Monday.

Chiefs LB Andy Studebaker has a unique perspective on hometown youth football camps, since he never played the game until he was in high school. “There was nowhere for me to play football, really. So I played baseball, basketball, soccer and rode my bike.”

Raiders LB Aaron Curry and SS Mike Mitchell will be signing autographs and hosting a food drive Friday.

A closer look at the Chargers’ salary cap situation.

A former NFL scout calls the Cowboys one of the deepest teams in the league.

Giants CB Terrell Thomas expects to return from his torn ACL, and reclaim his starting job.

Former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski is pouring money into the golf course business.

The Redskins will be getting plenty of state and local money to keep their training facility in Ashburn, Va., as part of a new marketing deal with Loudon County.

Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times makes the argument that RB Matt Forte isn’t an elite back, thus doesn’t deserve elite money.

The Lions are well-represented on one writer’s list of the top jerks in the NFL.

Packers WR Greg Jennings raised over $200,000 at a golf tournament for his foundation.

The Vikings are hoping Nick Taylor’s basketball speed helps him become an NFL cornerback.

Roddy White declares the Falcons’ offense “the best I’ve been around since I’ve been here.”

Panthers WR Brandon LaFell is one of the reasons for optimism in offseason workouts so far.

Saints C Brian de la Puente will host a fundraiser for the Brain Trauma Foundation, called “Defend Your Dome.”

Buccaneers consultant Butch Davis’ son Drew will attempt to earn a spot as a walk-on quarterback at the University of North Carolina, which just fired his dad.

Here’s a list of five reasons the Cardinals might be underrated this year.

The Rams are trying to teach their players how to be smart with social media.

49ers rookie safety Trenton Robinson is learning to lead, getting first-team reps with unsigned franchise player Dashon Goldson out of practice.

The Seahawks are sponsoring a youth camp with one-on-one instruction from CB Marcus Trufant and others.