Sunday morning one-liners

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The former equipment manager of the Bills is suing the team and claiming he was fired because of his age.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post suggests the Dolphins may look to move on from K Dan Carpenter.

S D.J. Swearinger could be a player the Patriots take a long look at during the draft.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez was booed loudly when shown on the videoboard during the Knicks’ victory over the Celtics on Saturday.

Winning the Super Bowl doesn’t make this year’s draft any less significant for the Ravens.

Examining why the Bengals have been successful in recent drafts starts with director of player personnel Duke Tobin.

The Browns want to see more leadership from QB Brandon Weeden.

The 2008 draft class has a lot to do with the holes currently on the Steelers roster.

Linebackers could be on tap for the Texans in the draft.

No list of the worst Colts draft picks would be complete without Trev Alberts.

To draft a quarterback or not to draft a quarterback, that is a Jaguars question.

A look at fifth-round picks currently on the Titans roster.

Middle linebacker isn’t a position the Broncos used much in 2012.

This will almost certainly be the 30th straight draft without the Chiefs taking a quarterback in the first round.

Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group thinks Florida DT Sharrif Floyd is a likely pick for the Raiders.

The Chargers would like to do a better job of retaining draft picks in the coming years.

Is safety the biggest need for the Cowboys?

Defense looks like the early focus for the Giants in the draft.

Eagles LB Casey Matthews calls former Oregon teammate (and possible Eagles teammate) Dion Jordan “a physical freak.”

FB Dorson Boyce has rehabbed for almost a year to get another shot with the Redskins.

A positive review of the Bears’ first minicamp.

LB Stephen Tulloch is taking on a leadership role with the Lions.

Help on the left side of the offensive line might not be readily available for the Packers in the first round.

It seems unlikely that the Vikings will draft a quarterback at any point this year.

Falcons WR Harry Douglas sent good wishes to a young man battling cancer who was released from the hospital.

Panthers WR Ted Ginn recently returned from a mission to deliver hearing aids to Uganda.

The Saints pick 15th in the first round, a spot that’s produced strong players in recent years.

Assessing the Buccaneers’ needs at defensive end.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald was one of many taking part in Pat’s Run to benefit the Pat Tillman Foundation.

Texas S Kenny Vaccaro is a strong possibility for the Rams in the first round.

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is impacting the way teams are planning for the draft.

The Seahawks have had mixed results when it comes to drafting wide receivers recently.