Thursday morning one-liners


Bills DE Shawne Merriman offers a in-depth look at his workout regimen.

Former Dolphins star Jason Taylor’s being sued by his investment broker.

As they attempt to go all-TE, all the time, the Patriots are taking a look at Visanthe Shiancoe.

Some things should never change: The Jets are waiting to see if CB Darrelle Revis is going to show up for camp on time.

A solid look at why it’s frustrating to parse the words of Ravens FS Ed Reed.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer thinks Bengals WR Brandon Tate could either start or end up not making the roster at all.

The Browns are going young on offense, even with a 28-year-old rookie QB.

Steelers rookie offensive linemen David DeCastro and Mike Adams will have their hands full when training camp begins.

Texans OLB Connor Barwin said new Rockets acquisition Jeremy Lin can crash on his couch if he needs a place to stay in Houston.

The Colts are hosting a football clinic for female fans. Still checking to see if Tweeting 101 is part of the syllabus.

The Jaguars’ official website is conducted a poll for the Top 25 Jags of all time. Not bad for a team that hasn’t been in business 25 years.

Titans DT Sen’Derrick Marks showed off his step skills to helps a girls’ camp.

A Peyton Manning Broncos jersey would fit in nicely with this collection of last-stop memorabilia.

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star explains why the Chiefs need Dwayne Bowe more than Bowe needs the Chiefs.

Raiders rookie OLB Miles Burris could be a “diamond in the rough.”

Chargers RT Jeromey Clary came back stronger this year, and his coach doesn’t think he gets enough credit.

It’s going to be hard for Cowboys rookie WR Danny Coale to put the Wes Welker comparisons to rest, since he’s going to be sidelined until early August recovering from foot surgery.

Giants DE Justin Tuck said his only goal is to be consistent (and also get 15 sacks).

Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin could be next in line for a contract, since the Eagles have addressed most of the more pressing needs.

Just to put it in perspective, Redskins QB Robert Griffin III’s new contract will pay him less than Washington pros such as Emeka Okafor, Nene and Ryan Zimmerman.

Bears rookie DE Shea McClellin will need to contribute immediately as the third end.

Lions DE Cliff Avril had a hard time arguing with Greg Jenning’s basic point about his team, but thinks it will still be a conversation topic later.

The Packers tried to address their lack of pass rush from the inside-out.

Vikings GM Rick Speilman isn’t concerned about having unsigned draft picks at the moment.

The pressure’s on Falcons S William Moore to perform this year, with the addition of veteran Chris Hope.

The Panthers have an eye toward competition at corner, with only Chris Gamble a proven commodity there.

The Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District Board approved $343,200 to expand the Wi-Fi network for the Saints and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Somebody get Jim Irsay on the phone. The Bucs think they’re “close” to a deal with first-round pick Mark Barron.

The Cardinals have plenty of questions at the WR position beyond Larry Fitzgerald.

Rams practice squad CB Kendric Burney knows he’s going to have to prove himself on special teams if he wants to make the roster.

The 49ers may have some salary cap issues to deal with the next two seasons.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin makes the list of under-the-radar prospects for the coming season.