Saturday one-liners


The Bills hosted a road race with a finish on the 50-yard line at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

The Dolphins have adopted a quiet confidence in recent weeks.

The Jets want free labor for their training camp.

Roughly a dozen former Patriots will host a football clinic this weekend in Durham, New Hampshire.

The third suspect in the stabbing of Steelers OT Mike Adams, arrested earlier this month in Florida, has been extradited to Pennsylvania to face charges.

Here are some images from the Bengals’ NFL Play 60 Character Camp at Paul Brown Stadium.

The Browns and the NFC rookies attending the 2013 Symposium partnered to present a youth football clinic for 150 children.

Could all the changes to the Ravens help them avoid a Super Bowl hangover?

The 911 calls placed from the location of a fight allegedly involving Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew have been released; like the video surveillance from the incident, the audio reveals nothing.

A former Titans cheerleader accused of trying to seduce a 12-year-old boy rejected a plea deal and is scheduled to go to trial on November 12.

Colts S John Boyett still derives motivation from his late sister, who died in early 2011 after a 14-year battle with a brain tumor.

A pair of Texans finished in the top 10 of NFL Network’s player-determined Top 100 players.

Broncos president Joe Ellis justifies the new bag policy by calling the Boston Marathon bombing “a game-changer.”

Raiders P Chris Kluwe will serve as the grand marshal of the Minneapolis Pride parade on Sunday.

The Chiefs, with only two wins in 2012, nevertheless have five of the NFL’s Top 100 players.

CB Shareece Wright is ready to step up for the Chargers.

An Arby’s in Richmond, Virginia has reserved a parking space for Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.

Giants LB Aaron Curry hopes the “greatness” surrounding the franchise helps him fulfill his NFL potential.

The Eagles have posted a very early preview of the Week Five game against their division rivals from New York.

The omission of Tony Romo from NFL Network’s Top 100 list raised the most eyebrows this year.

The dorm the Vikings have used for training camp since the 1960s is being imploded.

Laingsburg High School will host one of the Lions’ youth football camps.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and ESPN apparently have buried the hatchet.

Catching up with former Bears RB Raymont Harris.

Saints fans can win a pair of season tickets in a raffle that costs $100 per ticket.

Panthers QB Cam Newton is hosting a 7-on-7 high school football tournament; the winning team gets $2,500 in equipment.

Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis continues to rehab his knee in Phoenix.

The Falcons rookies got an up-close look at the trophy the entire team aspires to finally clutch.

The stalled L.A. stadium project means that the Rams have less leverage in St. Louis.

The Honey Badger nickname could return for Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu.

Not every football coach in California has an issue with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.

An honest worker at the San Jose airport found former 49ers OL John Macaulay’s Super Bowl XIX ring in a restroom and turned it over to airport officials.