Wednesday morning one-liners

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We published 148 posts on Tuesday, the biggest day in PFT history. Today’s one-liners will link back to yesterday’s biggest stories.

The Dolphins were the day’s No. 1 newsmakers, getting their man in former Steelers WR Mike Wallace.

Then the Dolphins surprised everyone by landing former Ravens LB Dannell Ellerbe, too.

In addition to losing Ellerbe, the Ravens lost LB Paul Kruger to Cleveland.

But the Ravens did get on the board when they added Chris Canty to their defensive line.

The Bills cut their losses with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, who is now a free agent looking for work, probably as a backup.

Former Bills G Andy Levitre got big money in Tennessee.

CB Nnamdi Asomugha is a free agent after the Eagles cut him.

The Vikings traded WR Percy Harvin to Seattle in part because they were sick of him complaining about QB Christian Ponder.

The Vikings reached a deal with Phil Loadholt.

If the Jets trade CB Darrelle Revis today, it will probably be to Tampa Bay.

The Colts were busy in the opening hour of free agency.

Free agent RB Steven Jackson may be headed to Green Bay.

Free agent RB Peyton Hillis may be headed to Green Bay, too.

The Chiefs officially acquired QB Alex Smith in a trade with the 49ers, then signed Chase Daniel to be Smith’s backup.

The Raiders have released WR Darrius Heyward-Bey and S Michael Huff.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher will coach TE Jared Cook again.

With Cook on the way out, TE Delanie Walker is on the way to Tennessee.

The Broncos beefed up their offensive line by stealing G Louis Vasquez from the Chargers.

Vasquez will likely be opening holes for RB Rashard Mendenhall, although Mendenhall will visit Arizona, too.

The Bears beefed up their offensive line with Jermon Bushrod.

Chicago also landed TE Martellus Bennett.

Apparently those signings made the Bears too busy to talk to LB Brian Urlacher.

Someone at NFL Network is sick of f–king talking about Bill f–king Belichick.