Friday morning one-liners


Bills TE Scott Chandler feels he can be ready for training camp after tearing his ACL last season.

Heath Evans isn’t a big fan of the Dolphins’ moves this offseason.

The Patriots hope DE Michael Buchanan is another late round find.

RB Chris Ivory is looking forward to an expanded role with the Jets.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco thinks the team’s younger receivers will step up this season.

The Bengals like the versatility of rookie OL Tanner Hawkinson.

Said Browns RB Brandon Jackson, “It’s a fresh start. New number, new coaches, new offense. It’s a great opportunity for me to come in and show the coaches why I should be on the field.”

The Steelers have high hopes for their new run blocking scheme.

Texans K Randy Bullock won’t have much competition this offseason.

Colts rookies have gotten a taste of the rest of the Indianapolis sports scene.

The Jaguars have a couple of defensive linemen looking for rebound seasons.

Titans coach Mike Munchak will be hosting a coaching clinic.

RB Ronnie Hillman is trying to impress coaches with his work with the starting Broncos offense.

The defense has been winning the battles at Chiefs camp.

Former Raiders WR Tim Brown is excited about entering the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame, where he’ll join Willie Mays as an inductee.

T Max Starks is fired up to start competing for a starting job with the Chargers.

Cowboys S Matt Johnson thinks he’s figured out why his hamstring injury was so problematic last season.

Said Giants WR Ramses Barden, “This is where I wanted to be and now I’m here. I was out there listening to the calls, getting back into the rhythm of the cadence, enjoying the camaraderie and absorbing everything. I remember everything; I’ve had four years to soak it all up. I’m happy to be back on the field. I feel great. I expect the best.”

Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Davis talked about the process involved with installing a new defense.

Redskins T Trent Williams has put away thoughts of being attacked at a Hawaii nightclub early this year.

Bears coach Marc Trestman has high expectations for his quarterbacks.

According to Lions players, there’s a new attitude around the team after last year’s 4-12 record.

After an injury ended LB Nick Perry’s rookie year early, it’s unclear how he fits in the Packers defense.

Chris Kluwe may be gone, but the Vikings still have a punter who throws himself into causes.

Falcons players went fishing with military veterans this week.

Panthers DE Greg Hardy lost some weight this offseason.

The Saints waived DE Greg Romeus after two injury-ravaged seasons.

Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano joined other Tampa pro sports coaches for a discussion of their jobs on Thursday night.

Sam Acho and Alex Okafor were teammates in college and they are teammates again with the Cardinals.

The Rams see improvement in the way Rodger Saffold is handling right tackle.

WR Mario Manningham said it is up to him and the other receivers to step up in the wake of Michael Crabtree’s injury.

Former Seahawks WR Mike Williams has made his way to the CFL.