Saturday one-liners

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Some people can’t walk and chew gum; Bills WR Stevie Johnson can rap while checking his phone.  (He’s actually not bad at the first part.)

Dolphins WR Roberto Wallace says that, by the end of the offseason program, the new West Coast offense had become “second nature.”

Jets LB Nick Bellore received the “Defensive Lifting Award” after dead-lifting 605 pounds a total of six times.

Former Boston Patriots RB J.D. Garrett has died at 74.

Steelers DL Ziggy Hood has been focusing on his diet this offseason.

Voting has opened for the 2012 class of the Hall of Fame.

Ravens LB Jameel McClain says he will not be outworked.

You can now cast a vote on the color combination the Browns should wear at home.  (They need to add “none of the above” to the list.)

Titans LB Will Witherspoon is happy to teach the younger players how things are done, even if it helps them take his job.

If Texans RB Arian Foster is now a vegan, will he still touch a football?

Shoulder healed, Jags DE Austen Lane says the starting job on the left side is his to lose.

Two weeks since Colts owner Jim Irsay said a deal with QB Andrew Luck is close, there are only three weeks to go until camp opens.

One of the Broncos’ “Three Amigos” now owns two restaurants.

Chiefs rookie OL Justin Cheadle has three uncles who played college football, one of whom made it to the NFL.

The Raiders’ website recently took a look back at the “Holy Roller.”  (Chargers fans have often described that play with a second word other than “roller.”)

It would cost the Chargers only $22 million to escape their lease in 2013.

The Cowboys have high hopes for Sean Lissemore, who’ll play nose tackle and defensive end.

There actually is a “Hall of the Very Good,” and former Eagles LB Bill Bergey is a finalist for it.

On Saturday night, Redskins QB Kirk Cousins will throw out the first pitch . . . at a game between the West Michigan Whitecaps and the Lansing Lugnuts.

Mementos from the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI win include a football autographed by Madonna, who possibly was having a stroke while she was signing her name.

Lions DT Andre Fluellen hosted a youth football camp, with the help of Channing Crowder, Sammie Hill, Jason Campbell, Cadillac Williams, Everette Brown, and Karlos Dansby.

The Packers seem to be committed to Marshall Newhouse at left tackle.

Vikings training camp will consist of morning walk-throughs and full sessions in the afternoon.

Bears QB Jay Cutler is celebrating the launch of his radio show with a July 12 benefit party; it’s $125 for a ticket, $1,250 for a table.

Special Olympics Georgia received a $5,000 grant from The Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation.

In October, Saints QB Drew Brees will be opening his third Jimmy John’s sandwich shop in the New Orleans area.

Former Bucs OL Cosey Coleman has been hired to coach the offensive line at a local high school.

Here’s a look at the 49ers linebacking corps.

Rams CB Janoris Jenkins denies the existence of a rift with the Rams.

Former Cardinals QB Kurt Warner says in connection with Steve Nash’s decision to leave the NBA’s Phoenix Suns that it’s equally important for the team to be loyal to a player as it is for a player to be loyal to the team.

Seahawks G.M. John Schneider has been talking to the team’s website about each of the 2012 draft picks; the latest is fifth-round LB Korey Toomer.