Tuesday morning one-liners

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Former Bills and Colts executive Bill Polian will speak at the University of Buffalo’s Football Kickoff Luncheon.

Some Dolphins players have work to do this summer after lackluster spring showings.

Individual game tickets to Patriots games go on sale July 17.

Jets assistant special teams coach Ben Kotwica shared his experiences on a coaches trip to the Persian Gulf.

Ravens DE Pernell McPhee feels ready for a larger role.

Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham has dropped a high percentage of passes thrown his way.

Looking way ahead to a December Browns game against the Raiders.

An argument that more owners should run their teams the way the Rooneys run the Steelers.

Texans LB Bryan Braman has become one of the best core special teams players in the league, according to Gil Brandt of NFL.com.

Colts TE Coby Fleener thinks the league’s 2011 rookies missed out by not having a Rookie Symposium.

A call for the Jaguars to stop dragging their feet and sign K Josh Scobee.

The Titans will put tickets to individual games on sale in August.

Broncos K Matt Prater said signing his new contract felt “amazing.”

TE Tim Biere is trying to carve out a role with the Chiefs.

Julian Goodman, who was president of NBC when the Raiders won the Heidi game, died at the age of 90.

A reminder of what the Chargers (and every other team) need to do to make the playoffs.

Said Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware on the addition of two new cornerbacks helping him get more sacks, “I wouldn’t say help my sack total, I’d say it’s going to help the pressure up front. A lot of guys are playing really well: Anthony Spencer, Jason Hatcher and Jay Ratliff. It’s going to give us a little bit more time to get to the quarterback.”

FB Joe Martinek grew up in New Jersey, went to Rutgers and hopes to stay home by making the Giants.

Former Eagles FB Thomas Tapeh is the new head coach of a high school team outside Philadelphia.

Said Redskins G Kory Lichtensteiger In training camp, “I’ll probably be going in live bullets right away. I’m doing good. I’ll be ready for the season.”

John Clayton of ESPN.com still believes the Bears will be better than the Lions this season.

Lions DT Nick Fairley is working with two Detroit charities on a kickball game for kids later this week.

Rookie Jerron McMillian will have to be really impressive to win a starting job with the Packers.

Said Vikings RB Adrian Peterson of his nicknames, “People call me, ‘AD’ and ‘AP.’ So, I’ll accept both of them. I’ve been ‘AD’ my whole life. Any time I go home, I’m talking to friends from home, ‘AD’ is what they call me.”

Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com thinks the Falcons and CB Brent Grimes have a fair chance of reaching agreement on a new deal.

Linebackers Thomas Davis and James Anderson will both be fighting for starting spots at Panthers camp.

Jim Trotter of SI.com thinks the NFLPA is doing the right thing by going to bat for Saints QB Drew Brees.

The Buccaneers hope that the new blackout policy helps get more of their games on TV.

Rookie S Justin Bethel is trying to make the leap from a small school to the Cardinals.

A look at Rams QB Sam Bradford’s downfield throws from the 2011 season.

Looking at the chances of a repeat trip to the NFC Championship Game for the 49ers.

The Seahawks will open 13 of their training camp practices to the public.