Sunday morning one-liners

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Who will be the Bills’ nickel corner this season?

Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel looks at several members of the Dolphins who need to step up their game.

TE Daniel Fells wasn’t seen at Patriots OTAs or minicamp.

Jets rookie WR Stephen Hill is focusing on route running.

A look at the Ravens’ backup quarterback battle.

Former Bengals WR Mike Martin explains why concussions aren’t going to be the end of football.

Tony Grossi of thinks TE Jordan Cameron will play a bigger role for the Browns this season.

Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley tied the knot this weekend.

Texans head athletic trainer/director of sports medicine Geoff Kaplan discussed the scope of his job in a podcast on the team’s website.

Will Colts QB Andrew Luck’s rookie season lift him onto 2013’s Top 100 list?

Said Jaguars wide receivers coach Jerry Sullivan of a receiver’s mindset, “You’re either hearing elevator music, or you’re hearing Guns & Roses. If you’re hearing Guns & Roses, you’re probably not going to be successful. You want to be nice and smooth and calm and in control of how you do it.”

The Titans’ offensive line is creeping up on an overall age that often spells trouble.

A look at the Broncos’ strength and conditioning program.

Romeo Crennel is trying to buck the tradition of interim coaches with the Chiefs this season.

Raiders QB Carson Palmer makes this list of comeback candidates for 2012.

Several Chargers players turned out for the opening of Casa de Amparo, the county’s only privately run emergency home for abused or neglected children.

A new novel, Billy Lynn’s Halftime Walk, is set entirely in Texas Stadium, where a soldier will take part in a Cowboys halftime show.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin established the Jay Fund in honor of Jay McGillis, a Boston College safety who died of leukemia.

If this list is right, Eagles coach Andy Reid’s facing some serious pressure this season.

Redskins rookie CB Chase Minniefield was on the field at minicamp six months after knee surgery.

Said Rodney Harrison of the Bears, “To me, the Bears are still looking to run the ball, but they can take some shots down the field with dependable receivers with great hands and keep those chains moving.”

Said Lions RB Joique Bell of his youth football camp, “I always wanted something like this. and with me having a son, I want to give him everything I never had. And there’s a lot of kids in this area who want something to do, but they don’t have anything to do. For me to be able to bring down people they see on TV, people that they look up to, role models, bring them out here and teach them something, even if I only touch one person, then I’ll be satisfied with that.”

Looking back at the brief run of Packers RB Samkon Gado.

Greg Cosell of NFL Films shares some thoughts on Vikings QB Christian Ponder.

The Falcons are looking for a lot of competition on their defensive line.

Elusiveness is one of Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart’s greatest assets.

The New Orleans Times-Picayune is running down the top 25 players on the Saints, with WR Devery Henderson at No. 25.

The new blackout rules could be a good thing for the Buccaneers.

Undrafted rookie WR LaRon Byrd turned some heads with the Cardinals this offseason.

Rams WR Austin Pettis is hosting his first celebrity basketball game for charity later in July.

49ers TE Konrad Rueland can rap in German.  [Editor’s noteGunter glieben glauchen globen?]

Saturday was the anniversary of Paul Allen’s purchase of the Seahawks.