Friday morning one-liners

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Bills DT Marcell Dareus brings an outsized personality to the field with him.

The Dolphins have to pick a starting quarterback, but the group is stronger than it has been in past years.

Will the Patriots tight ends repeat their 2011 performance?

DE Mike DeVito comes in 20th in the New York Post‘s list of the Top 25 Jets.

Three Ravens training camp practices will be open to the public.

Said Bengals WR Marvin Jones on speakers at the Rookie Symposium, “I don’t like reality TV because I wonder how true it is. This was more reality than TV. This wasn’t glamorous. This was real people. It was real people feeling real emotions. You could feel how badly they felt about the decisions they made. It was very well done.”

Indians pitcher Chris Perez isn’t crazy about how much more support the Browns get despite worse results.

The Steelers worked out linebackers Markell Carter and Ryan Baker on Thursday.

LB Connor Barwin’s four-sack game against Jacksonville was one of the Texans’ top moments.

Colts running backs coach David Walker remembers his time with Joseph Addai fondly.

Jaguars director of game and event operations Kurt Wisenbaugh is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for a Tanzanian orphanage.

The Titans want WR Marc Mariani to be more than a return specialist.

A few suggestions of ways Broncos fans can take advantage of the 10 extra minutes created by the NFL pushing back some late afternoon kickoffs.

Chiefs RB/WR Dexter McCluster has been studying tape of Wes Welker.

The Raiders don’t see rookie DE Jack Crawford only as a project.

Chargers director of security Dick Lewis devotes his off hours to helping others in San Diego.

Are the Cowboys defensive ends better than you think?

Giants QB Eli Manning has been effective throwing deep in recent seasons.

One incredible catch helped WR Elvis Akpla earn a contract with the Eagles.

According to Jason La Canfora of, the Redskins have two of the worst contracts in sports.

LB Lance Briggs is still pushing the idea of the Bears as Super Bowl contenders.

Lions WR Calvin Johnson and QB Matthew Stafford were both nominated for ESPY awards.

Former Packers WR Antonio Freeman has stayed involved with the NFL.

It’s hoped that the new Vikings stadium spurs other development.

The Falcons waived WR Cody Pearcy, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in April.

LB Luke Kuechly is a big part of the attempt to remake the Panthers defense.

Steve Wyche of breaks down where things stand with Saints LB Jonathan Vilma and the other players suspended in the bounty probe.

The Buccaneers aren’t concerned that they haven’t signed rookie S Mark Barron yet.

The Cardinals’ last-second touchdown to keep the Vikings out of the 2003 Playoffs led to one of the best radio calls of all time.

TE Lance Kendricks is looking for a breakout season in his second year with the Rams.

Setting the expectations for 49ers rookie WR A.J. Jenkins.

Sam Ramsden has moved from trainer to become the Seahawks’ first director of player health and performance.