Monday morning one-liners

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LB Jerry Hughes is excited about making a move to the Bills.

The Dolphins start OTAs on Monday and DT Randy Starks may not be in attendance.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s message to graduates at Suffolk University: “Be your own person. Make your own decisions. Trust your own instincts. Take risks, and most importantly, don’t be afraid to fail.”

It looks like former Jets G.M. Terry Bradway survived the shake-up in the front office.

Due to a suspension in college and injuries in the NFL, it has been more than three years since Ravens LB Michael McAdoo has played in a meaningful game.

Bengals WR Andrew Hawkins went home to raise some money for the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

Bud Shaw of the Cleveland Plain Dealer thinks the Browns should go with QB Brandon Weeden.

It looks like the Steelers will have a competition for new punt and kick returners.

A scout’s eye view of Texans rookie T David Quessenberry.

Colts DT Josh Chapman is happy to have reached the OTA portion of the offseason.

Jaguars LB Geno Hayes hopes his experience helps in the competition for a starting job.

The Titans will host a 5K run ending on the 50-yard line at LP Field in August.

Running back reps are one thing to watch at Broncos OTAs.

Chris Ault’s arrival in Kansas City could mean a lot of play action on offense this season.

Raiders RB Rashad Jennings addressed high school students through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

The Chargers website took a look back at the life of the late Chuck Muncie.

The Cowboys personnel department had to do a lot of scrambling to find veteran help because of injuries last season.

Former Giants DT Dwayne Hendricks hopes to get another shot from an NFL team.

The landscape at cornerback is wide open for the Eagles.

Former NFL OL Steve Everitt had a long-simmering bone to pick with Redskins QB Kirk Cousins.

Bears P Adam Podelsh organized a fundraiser for a young man with cancer.

WR Cody Wilson and QB Alex Carder played against each other in college, but now they are helping each other try to make the Lions.

Will Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin be the next two-headed Packers backfield?

Vikings LB Erin Henderson participated in The NFL Sports Journalism and Communications Boot Camp.

Falcons owner Arthur Blank hosted a fundraiser in Atlanta attended by President Obama.

Pat Yasinskas of doesn’t think the Panthers have big immediate plans for the money saved by restructuring RB DeAngelo Williams’ contract.

After playing defensive tackle in the past, Tom Johnson hopes to win a starting defensive end spot with the Saints.

The Buccaneers are playing in a highly pressurized NFC South.

Cardinals G Jonathan Cooper could have a big impact in his rookie season.

Eric Crouch looks back at his brief time as a member of the Rams.

If you ever wanted to see 49ers WR Michael Crabtree interviewed while driving in a car, here’s your chance.

What will the Seahawks be missing at defensive end early in the season?