Wednesday morning one-liners

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The Bills are trying to make a point of acquiring players who will stay out of trouble off the field.

The Dolphins will give the producers of Hard Knocks plenty of material as they chronicle the team’s training camp.

Here’s what Patriots coach Bill Belichick looked like when he was a little league baseball player.

The folks in Cortland are being told to prepare for traffic when Jets training camp comes to town.

Former Ravens RB Jamal Lewis is being inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor.

Here’s a look ahead at who the Browns will play in 2013.

The Bengals are worth $875 million, according to Forbes.

While the Steelers are training at Saint Vincent College, the campus theater will perform “The Chief,” a one-man play about Steelers founder Art Rooney Sr.

Texans QB Matt Schaub says there’s plenty of excitement about himself and WR Andre Johnson both being 100 percent healthy.

After signing K Josh Scobee to a long-term contract, the Jaguars waived K Brandon Coutu.

Said Colts QB Chandler Harnish of spending a week being celebrated as Mr. Irrelevant, “It was exciting and everything, but now it’s time to go to work and get a job.”

The Titans will attend a workout for former University of Houston wide receiver Tyron Carrier, who tied the NCAA record for career kickoff returns for touchdowns but wasn’t drafted after suffering a torn ACL in the Cougars’ bowl game.

In Denver, there’s already talk that the Broncos will use the franchise tag next year on LT Ryan Clady.

The Chiefs are selling single-game tickets, starting today.

The arraignment of former Raiders DE Anthony Wayne Smith, who is charged with four murders, was postponed until August 1.

Chargers CEO A.G. Spanos explains why LaDainian Tomlinson isn’t in the team’s Hall of Fame: “We have a criteria that players are supposed to be retired for four years before they are eligible to be elected to our Hall of Fame. So it is mainly just timing. LT retired recently, and we had already begun with the process of contacting these nominees. We all know LT is going to go into our Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and those are celebrations that we’re looking forward to in the future.”

In a sign that Cowboys fans may be getting a little overly excited about rookie CB Morris Claiborne, it needs to be explained in Dallas that he’s not the next Deion Sanders.

Giants WR Victor Cruz says people approach him all the time to ask him to dance: “The weirdest one had to be in a grocery store. Somebody wanted me to do the salsa at the register while I was on line. ‘I was like, nah, I’m not doing that.’ Not the time nor the place. But it’s all good. It’s good to be recognized for something that’s positive, that represents my culture.”

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson granted the wish of a child with a life-threatening illness.

Here’s a look at the wide receiver position in Washington.

Bears OT J’Marcus Webb says Chicago’s offense is “really explosive.”

The Lions have a lot of talent under the age of 25.

Former Packers DT Gilbert Brown is now a coach for a women’s tackle football team.

The battle between Coke and Pepsi could be a sticking point in the Vikings’ plans to use the University of Minnesota’s stadium while their new stadium is under construction.

Here’s a look at the cornerback position in Atlanta.

Steve Spurrier had a mental lapse about Panthers QB Cam Newton.

The brother of Saints WR Lance Moore is playing in the CFL.

The Buccaneers’ rookies are getting some early work in, before the veterans report to camp.

Here’s a look at the running back position in Arizona.

Folks in St. Louis are wondering whether QB Sam Bradford has recovered physically and mentally from the beating he took last year.

Says 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, “We’re not looking to be the greatest defense in the history of the NFL. We’re looking to be the best defense we can be in each and every game and not look forward. And then let the chips fall where they may.”

A couple of former Seahawks are speaking out about preventing and treating sleep apnea.