Monday morning one-liners

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A pre-camp report card for the Bills.

How hard will the transition to a 4-3 defense be for the Dolphins?

Analyzing DE Trevor Scott’s chances of making the Patriots.

A look at the Jets defensive line.

Ravens RB Ray Rice held an anti-bullying rally.

How many running backs will the Bengals keep this year?

In support of the Browns going young on offense.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger made a video to lift the spirits of a young cancer patient.

Catching up with Texans rookie DE Whitney Mercilus.

Looking back at the Colts career of T Chris Hinton.

It is deadline day for the Jaguars and K Josh Scobee.

Titans rookies will report to camp on July 24.

Moving to the Broncos helped upset the old balance between QB Peyton Manning and his brother Eli.

A history of Chiefs franchise players with WR Dwayne Bowe nearing the deadline to sign a multiyear deal.

Signing S Tyvon Branch opens up some money for the Raiders to spend on RB Cedric Benson or other free agents.

Chargers TE Antonio Gates thinks the team is well stocked at his position.

Members of the Cowboys spoke to young participants in a 7-on-7 football tournament.

Former Giants QB Y.A. Tittle will be inducted into the Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum of Champions.

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy is shooting for another big season.

Former Redskin Bobby Mitchell remains devoted to raising money to fight leukemia.

Bears RB Kahlil Bell threw out the first pitch at a Cubs game and raised awareness of a sick little boy.

Titus Young wants to branch out into returns for the Lions.

The Packers aren’t the only NFL team that has called Wisconsin home.

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier likes what he’s seen from this year’s rookies.

The Falcons are looking for a return to form by T Sam Baker.

Panthers TE Greg Olsen isn’t earning playing time with his pass blocking.

Saints QB Drew Brees was the rare franchise player to get the franchise tag.

Warren Sapp isn’t sure former Buccaneers teammate Ronde Barber can transition to safety.

The Cardinals will have a big competition for one starting cornerback job.

A London newspaper profiles Rams RB Steven Jackson ahead of the team’s visit later this season.

Colin Kaepernick remains the favorite for the 49ers backup quarterback job.

On zone blocking and the Seahawks offensive line.