Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills G.M. Buddy Nix wants to add depth at linebacker in the draft.

The Dolphins may consider some aging veterans to bolster their defense in free agency.

The Boston Herald looks at the polarizing reaction Patriots QB Tom Brady’s new contract has drawn.

Texas S Kenny Vaccaro could be a target for the Jets in the NFL draft.

A deep safety class could benefit the Ravens.

The Bengals may try to draft a backup to QB Andy Dalton.

The Browns have had more misses than hits in free agency lately.

Keeping CB Keenan Lewis will be the Steelers’ top priority in free agency.

The uniform worn last season by Texans DE J.J. Watt will be on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Colts quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen is joining Peyton Manning and Austin Collie to visit U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

New Jacksonville coach Gus Bradley says his unpredictable defense will make it harder for teams to run on the Jaguars.

The Titans seem to be getting ready for an active start to free agency.

Broncos coach John Fox has a lot of friends in the AFC West.

Texas A&M OT Luke Joeckel still appears to be the favorite to be the Chiefs’ first overall pick.

The Raiders’ statement on the possibility that Mike Holmgren will join the team didn’t clear anything up: “As a general policy, the Raiders don’t comment on personnel matters, so the team isn’t able to confirm or deny the report.”

Chargers coach Mike McCoy knows he has a big task ahead of him.

Free agent WR Steve Breaston could be a target of the Cowboys.

Could Jarvis Jones or Barkevious Mingo drop to the Giants?

Vera Wang is redesigning the Eagles’ cheerleaders’ uniforms.

Washington owner Dan Snyder may just be bluffing about suing the NFL in an attempt to get the league office to give him back some of the salary cap space that was taken away last year.

Former Michigan QB Denard Robinson looks a lot like Bears return man Devin Hester.

Alabama CB Dee Milliner looks like he could be a big part of the Lions’ defense for years to come.

Here’s a look back at the day when the Packers signed Brett Favre to what was supposedly a contract for life.

Former Vikings offensive coordinator Brian Billick said this of the current state of the Vikings’ offense: “I think it’s time to start holding Christian Ponder accountable. But only if they give him the proper weapons. Percy Harvin is a heck of a weapon. And when he was healthy, he was a great way to go. They don’t have that big shot down the field. They were hoping Jerome Simpson could be that. They don’t have that. That’s got to be a top priority. For me, I’ve got to come out with a big play weapon down the field.”

The Atlanta City Council has a public meeting set for tonight to hear residents’ thoughts on a new stadium for the Falcons.

Said Panthers coach Ron Rivera of the need for a defensive tackle in the draft, “I think it’s a need. Is it one of our top needs? We’ll see as we go through the free agency process and the process of scouting these college football players. But I do know having stout, physical defensive linemen is important. Just ask the linebackers. They’ll tell you how important it is so they can run and make plays.”

Cameron Jordan tops the list in this assessment of the Saints’ defensive talent.

City leaders in Temple Terrace, Florida, want to get back more than $186,000 in tax dollars set aside to help build a Buccaneers training facility.

The Cardinals would like to have their quarterback situation figured out before March 17, when they owe Kevin Kolb a $2 million bonus.

Rams RB Steven Jackson has seen his role in the offense decline steadily, so it’s no surprise that there’s talk he may be done in St. Louis.

The 49ers now have an “exclusive solar technology partner” for their new stadium.

The Seahawks have shown a knack for finding first-round talents on the third day of the draft.