Saturday morning one-liners

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Since we’ve been covering pretty much every piece of NFL news during the initial days of free agency, our daily one-liners focus on making sure you didn’t miss anything in the still-hectic stream of developments.

Plus, it’s easier this way.

Plus, we’re essentially sending you back to other PFT links.  Which is nice.

Patriots WR Danny Amendola’s pay will hinge on his ability to play.

The Jets’ training table budget will increase after the addition of DT Antonio Garay and former Ben Roethlisberger sausage party attendee OL Willie Colon.

The Dolphins’ free-agency spree could continue with CB Brent Grimes, and it did with WR Brandon Gibson and TE Dustin Keller.

The Bills no longer employ WR Donald Jones, but they’ll still see him twice per year.

Steelers WR Emmannuel Sanders has signed an offer sheet with the Patriots, unless he hasn’t.

Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton is happy with the team’s free-agency haul.

The Ravens keep rounding up NFC East castoffs.  (Since the NFC East is a powerhouse division right now.)

Bengals DE Michael Johnson signed his franchise tender before the Bengals realized they could sign two or three veterans for what they’ll be paying him in 2013.

The Jaguars emerged from their free-agency slumber to add DT Roy Miller and DB Alan Ball, and RB Justin Forsett.  (Now all they need is T.J. Houshmandzadeh.)

For the Colts, it’s LaRon Landry in — and Tom Zbikowski out.

S Ed Reed left Houston, but he’s still talking to the Texans.

Packers LB Brad Jones is visiting the Titans.

The Broncos and DE Elvis Dumervil had a deal, then they didn’t, and the team blames Dumervil’s agent, and a nation of adolescents was introduced to the term “fax machine.”

The Chargers have decided to extend their relationship with RB Ronnie Brown, and to start a new one with former Pats RB Danny Woodhead.

The Chiefs added OL Geoff Schwartz, who may or may not be teaching bad words to his teammates.

The only football player that can truly survive the Black Hole is a Roach.

New Eagles S Kenny Phillips says he’ll learn to hate the Giants.

The Giants are eyeballing former Cowboys LB Dan Connor and WR Louis Murphy.

The cap hit that the Cowboys would take from cutting OT Doug Free is saving his job, for now.

Yes, the Redskins were interested in RB Reggie Bush.

New Vikings WR Greg Jennings insists he’s not old (which usually is the first sign that someone is).

The Lions are bringing back S Louis Delmas.

The Bears brought back CB Zack Bowman and DT Nate Collins.

Greg Jennings isn’t the only pass-catcher the Packers have lost.

The Panthers don’t have much cap space to sign new players, but visits don’t cost a dime.

Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez is 95-percent sure he won’t be playing the second season of his new two-year contract.

The Saints are still in play for LB Victor Butler, who left Pittsburgh without a contract.

The Buccaneers shipped WR Arrelious Benn, a second-rounder in 2010, to the Eagles, for pretty much nothing.

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett didn’t give his former team a chance to match his one-year, $5 million deal.

49ers LB Aldon Smith now has another reason for his late-season disappearing act.

Jake Long left St. Louis without signing a deal with the Rams.

The Cardinals raided the AFC West by signing Chargers CB Antoine Cason and Raiders DL Matt Shaughnessy.  (Given the quality of the Seahawks and 49ers right now, the Cardinals may want to also relocate to that division.)