Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills are looking more than just QB Ryan Nassib, as new coach Doug Marrone surveys the college landscape.

Former Dolphins S Donald Bessilieu was arrested for marijuana possession while trying to pick up a prostitute.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick is playing in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am this week, paired with Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly.

The Jets haven’t started trimming the roster yet, but when they start, they’ll be using a chainsaw rather than pruners.

The Ravens will begin addressing offseason concerns today, when they hold a season recap press conference.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, on assistant Hue Jackson taking the running backs coach job: “But in order for him to have the opportunity to continue to progress in his career, which would be to eventually become a head coach again, I think it’s going to be best-served that he get back to the offensive side of the ball.

The Browns signed an offensive lineman who has background with the team as well as new coach Rob Chudzinski.

Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley posed as part of a Run DMC photo shoot for ESPN The Magazine’s music issue.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips reflected on the career of Hall of Fame NT Curley Culp.

Looking ahead, the Colts face the third-easiest schedule in the league next year.

Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell described his approach as “slow and steady” (which means he knows he’s a few good drafts from being competitive).

The Titans have more than $19 million worth of salary cap space, and could create more.

Broncos CB Chris Harris is ready to take another step this offseason.

Taking a look at key dates on the NFL schedule as they apply to the Chiefs.

As the Raiders reduce seating capacity, nearly 5,000 season-ticket holders are being moved.

The Chargers hired new strength coaches to complete what has been nothing short of an overhaul.

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett insists he’s fine with somebody else calling plays.

The Giants didn’t let sentimentality get in the way of making moves yesterday.

What the Eagles bought for their potential $3 million worth of guarantees to Michael Vick was time.

The mayor of Washington D.C. didn’t say the word “Redskins” during his state of the district address.

Naturally, Bears fans aren’t thrilled with price hikes, but demand remains high.

The Lions signed CB D.J. Johnson, who was cut by the Redskins.

Not everyone thinks Packers free agent WR Greg Jennings is going to cash in.

Local officials are pumping the idea of “railgating” at Vikings games, by encouraging fans to use the light rail.

The Falcons re-signed CB Terrence Johnson to a two-year deal.

There’s reason to wonder whether the Panthers will make a run at former Giants DT Chris Canty (who spent his high school years in Charlotte).

After selling himself to Georgia recruits up until yesterday, Todd Grantham’s selling himself to Saints coach Sean Payton today.

Former Buccaneers DT Chris Hovan signed up with the local Arena League team as an assistant coach.

New Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has compiled a staff that’s at least greater in number than what Ken Whisenhunt had to work with.

With nearly $4 million in salary and the fact he’s a backup, Rams OT Wayne Hunter is a possible cap cut.

Fortunately for 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, he’s paired at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am with an Australian golfer who knows little about American sports.

The Seahawks official website has compiled a batch of QB Russell Wilson sightings.