Wednesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills coach Chan Gailey of CB Justin Rogers, “I think that he can be a decent player, but he’s got to go out and do it every down.”

The Dolphins gave FB Charles Clay the most playing time he’s had all season on Sunday, and he responded with a big game.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick praised special teams captain Matt Slater.

Jets owner Woody Johnson is taking heat in New York.

The Ravens voted LB Terrell Suggs their Ed Block Courage Award recipient for his hard work overcoming a torn Achilles in the offseason.

The Bengals picked up a long snapper for their practice squad.

Browns LB Scott Fujita has joined with those criticizing his teammate, Browns LB Tank Carder, for using a homophobic slur on Twitter.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin explained why he made RB Jonathan Dwyer the starter: “He’s been consistently the most productive guy. I think we’ve got a large enough body of work to be able to identify that at this point. . . . Over the course of the last several weeks, it’s obvious that he, one, is healthy and, two, is the most productive of the group.”

The Texans clinch a playoff spot with a win, and could clinch this week even with a loss.

Colts QB Andrew Luck is on the cover of Sports Illustrated for the second time.

The Jaguars are getting TE Marcedes Lewis more involved in the offense.

Titans coach Mike Munchak says he’s looking for fresh ideas on offense after firing coordinator Chris Palmer.

The Broncos expect to enjoy some matchup advantages against a depleted Buccaneers secondary.

In Kansas City, the big question is whether the Chiefs can find a franchise quarterback in the 2013 NFL draft.

Former Raiders LB Napoleon Harris is running to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. in Congress

Chargers QB Philip Rivers is on pace to get sacked a career-high 47 times.

The Cowboys are running out of time to turn things around.

Said Giants coach Tom Coughlin of Eli Manning lowering his shoulder instead of sliding at the end of a run on Sunday, “It sparked our sideline, that’s for sure. That wouldn’t be recommended on a normal basis, but in that case to see him do that, I think, sent a message to the rest of our team as well in terms of whatever you have to do to succeed, do it.”

All five quarterbacks the Eagles have played since firing defensive coordinator Juan Castillo have put up a passer rating of at least 120.

Redskins S DeJon Gomes is getting a second chance to prove he deserves to be a starter.

Chicago fans shudder to think where the Bears would be without QB Jay Cutler.

Said Lions coach Jim Schwartz of people scrutinizing DT Ndamukong Suh’s kick of Texans QB Matt Schaub, “If that had been probably a lot of other guys on the field, nobody would have even spoken twice about something like that. But that is just something that he now is going to have to deal with and live with probably his whole career.”

Don’t expect the Packers to make a waiver claim on DE Jason Babin.

The Vikings want to avoid Packers CB Casey Hayward.

Falcons CB Dunta Robinson says that having concussions won’t change the way he plays.

The Saints think they need to run the ball and stop the run to beat the Falcons.

The Panthers were balanced on offense against the Eagles, with 35 passes and 28 runs.

The Cardinals remain a long way from knowing who their quarterback of the future is.

Fans of the 49ers are voting on the team’s greatest moments at Candlestick Park.

Rams WR Chris Givens is changing what the team can do in the passing game.

Seahawks LB Leroy Hill said of the team’s road woes, “There’s nothing more we can do to play better on the road, besides playing better.”