Wednesday morning one-liners

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Buffalo could be the landing spot for former Baylor WR Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft.

The Dolphins are also in the mix for Gordon, but are they desperate enough to upgrade at wide receiver to use a high pick on him?

Patriots QB Tom Brady made a surprise appearance at a New England drugstore.

The legal wrangling is continuing between the Jets and Giants and the developers of a mall near their stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Ravens LB Michael McAdoo is engaged in a legal battle with the NCAA and the University of North Carolina over the events that led to his being declared ineligible during his football career with the Tar Heels.

The Akron Beacon Journal weighs in on our preseason power rankings, where the Browns came in dead last.

After most of their home games were blacked out last season, the Bengals have lowered ticket prices: The cheap seats cost $71 last season but are down to $55 this season.

Steelers CB Ike Taylor has high hopes for CB Cortez Allen.

As NFL teams continue to look for ways to fill their stadiums, they may want to follow the lead of the Texans in embracing a great tailgating experience.

The Colts announced on Tuesday that they waived ILB Chris Galippo, an undrafted free agent from USC.

Jaguars DE Austen Lane became a Twitter sensation after posting a humorous daily workout schedule.

The Titans have sold out every home game since 1999.

Says Broncos offensive line coach Dave Magazu, “Until you win that last game of the year, you’re not good enough. That’s what we’ve been talking about.”

Chiefs backup QB Alex Tanney wants to prove that he’s more than just a YouTube sensation.

The late Raider Ben Davidson was a longtime supporter of East L.A. College, where his football career began.

Chargers rookie G Johnnie Troutman is likely headed to the PUP list.

The Cowboys have some interest in Josh Gordon, but probably won’t give up the pick it would take to get him in the supplemental draft.

The Giants are hosting clinics designed to educate youth football players and their families and coaches about playing football safely.

Eagles LT Demetress Bell is taking some time to teach football to kids.

The Redskins can give Robert Griffin III plenty of help if they can get him a good ground game.

The Bears are putting single-game tickets on sale this week, with prices ranging from $101 to $410 for regular-season games and $76 to $385 for preseason games.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford could re-write the team’s passing record book.

The Packers are expecting to get better while getting younger on defense.

Vikings Vice President of Public Affairs and Stadium Development Lester Bagley is being honored for his work on the agreement to get the team’s new stadium built.

Said Falcons undrafted rookie S Chad Faulcon of going from Montclair State to a shot in an NFL training camp, “I wasn’t even considering the NFL as an option. I had no feedback from them, no contact at all. I was ready to finish school and become a teacher. A week later, an agent [Fred DeFinis] called me and said he thought I could play in the NFL. I said, ‘Let’s do it’ and went to work.”

A Panthers cheerleader is appearing on a TV show that will profile her love for digging through junk.

The Saints will make 12 training camp sessions open to the public.

Police in Sarasota County are also looking for an SUV with a State of Florida Tampa Bay Buccaneers license plate in connection with an attempted home invasion last weekend. (Let’s hope Aqib Talib has an alibi.)

The Cardinals’ website has a feature with coach Ken Whisenhunt breaking down film of rookie WR Michael Floyd.

Rams LB James Laurinaitis may have a Pro Bowl in his future.

If 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh’s assessment of WR Randy Moss is accurate, he could be the final piece of a Super Bowl puzzle.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin says that at this time last year he was just waiting for the lockout to end and hoping he’d catch on somewhere as an undrafted free agent: “Well, obviously, this is a much better situation I’m in. Last year, because of the lockout, I was doing my own thing, working out by myself, trying to keep a positive mentality about the situation.”