Friday morning one-liners

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Bills RB Tashard Choice tried to rally his teammates with a speech following last week’s loss.

It looks like WR Jabar Gaffney will play for the Dolphins this Sunday.

Moving Rob Ninkovich to defensive end has worked out well for the Patriots.

Jets RB Shonn Greene thinks the change in offensive coordinators is contributing to the unimpressive running game.

Ravens C Matt Birk looks back at his career before playing in his 200th career game.

Bengals LB Dontay Moch is excited to return to the field after serving a suspension.

Said Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress of WR Josh Gordon, “He’s definitely dressing better. His sartorial splendor is something to watch when he gets on the plane now. I’ve seen it really evolve here in the last five weeks.”

Said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, “We are not doing enough to finish games in hostile environments.”

Texans TE Owen Daniels has quieted some of his doubters with his play in the opening weeks of the season.

“Have the right attitude” is a mantra Colts DE Cory Redding has lived by for many years.

The Jaguars haven’t gotten much of a return from their 2010 draft class.

Titans TE Jared Cook caught a pass to set up the winning field goal and said after the game that he’d like more opportunities.

QB Peyton Manning is keeping all of the Broncos receivers busy thus far.

Chiefs S Kendrick Lewis expects to be in the starting lineup this season.

The Raiders are looking for help from CB Brandian Ross and LB Vic So’oto, both of whom are former Packers.

Chargers WR Malcolm Floyd prides himself on being reliable.

The Cowboys face the Ravens this week, giving Cowboys LB Sean Lee an up close view of Ray Lewis.

The Giants offensive line would like to do a better job against the 49ers than they did in the playoffs.

DeSean Jackson is ready should the Eagles need him to return punts.

Third downs haven’t been kind to the Redskins offense.

Dan McNeil of the Chicago Tribune thinks the Bears need to win a playoff game before there’s talk about a contract extension for Lovie Smith.

With WR Titus Young and DE Kyle Vanden Bosch back at practice, the Lions are pretty healthy heading into the weekend.

A hamstring injury has left Packers TE D.J. Williams’ status in doubt.

The fact that Redskins QB Robert Griffin III has a concussion doesn’t make him less of a headache for Vikings defensive coordinator Alan Williams.

TE Tommy Gallarda has started playing a role in the Falcons offense.

The Panthers signed C Thomas Austin to help manage the absence of Ryan Kalil.

Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune thinks the Saints need more from S Malcolm Jenkins.

DT Roy Miller missed Buccaneers practice on Thursday because of back pain.

The Cardinals are concerned about the injuries piling up on defense.

CB Janoris Jenkins will likely return punts for the Rams this weekend.

Said 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio of the Giants, “We kind of know them. We played them twice last year. They’re almost like a division opponent that hasn’t changed its coaching staff or personnel much.”

TE Zach Miller is doing more than blocking for the Seahawks.