Saturday morning one-liners

WR Jeremy Kerley, RB Bilal Powell, and RB Joe McKnight caught the eye of Jets C Nick Mangold during offseason workouts.

The Bills’ official website looks at the nickel corner position for 2013.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is loosening up a bit in his second year on the job.

It’s Steve Gregory vs. Tavon Wilson at safety for the Patriots.

When Ravens QB Joe Flacco faces unblocked pressure, he doesn’t do very well.

Browns QB Brandon Weeden recently was wearing an American flag that we hope the Iranians burn.

The Bengals’ offense is looking for the right balance.

Two weeks after a Kenny Chesney concert left the Steelers home field a mess, it’s time for a little Taylor Swifting.

It’s also time for the Texans’ Facebook Mailbag.  (First question comes from 1998:  What the f–k is a Facebook Mailbag?)

Could RB Delone Carter and Donald Brown be battling for one roster spot with the Colts?

Jaguars WR Cecil Shorts says that he watched Remember The Titans so much as a kid, his mother had to hide it.

The Titans expect to have stiff competition at receiver, defensive tackle, and offensive line.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith came in at No. 20 on ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski’s quarterback ranking.

Raiders QB Matt McGloin already has noticed the difference between college football and the NFL; “Everybody talks about the speed of the game. . . .  Absolutely it’s a different breed of cat up there.  You’ve got guys that have been in the league for 8 years-10 years they know exactly what they’re doing. They’re not going to mess up.  They’re constantly in the right position.”

Broncos coach Cory Undlin thinks versatile CB Chris Harris could play linebacker, if necessary.

Training camp will help decide which Chargers become go-to targets for QB Philip Rivers.

The Cowboys’ website takes a look at the team’s offensive line.

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins says the “sky’s the limit” for the 2013 edition of the team.

Giants DE Justin Tuck says he’s “pretty healthy” but “still not 100 percent.”

It’s never too early for the Eagles to preview a game that won’t be played until December.  (OK, maybe it is.)

Lions DL Israel Idonije is “ready to work” for a team he views as “extremely talented.”

Packers C Evan Dietrich-Smith isn’t getting complacent now that he’s finally a starter.

Vikings fans want to know how long they’ll be waiting in line for the bathrooms at the team’s new stadium.

Bears WR Earl Bennett will host a youth football camp next Saturday at Legion Field in Birmingham.

Here are five Falcons position battles that may not be getting much notice.

The Saints’ website takes a closer look at LB Martez Wilson.

In Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula’s offense, the responsibility rests with each player to get the attack jumpstarted.

The Buccaneers’ website takes a look back at stuff that was written about the team over the past week, including the local assessment of coach Greg Schiano’s most recent remarks about QB Josh Freeman.

With Pitt retiring WR Larry Fitzgerald’s No. 1, it’s only a matter of time before the Cardinals do the same with his No. 11.

Folks in Denver, where the Kroenke family’s nuggets and Avalanche play, are keeping an eye on the potential destinations of Stan Kroenke’s Rams.

The Seahawks’ website catches up with former DE Patrick Kerney.

49ers S Trenton Robinson, who’s in the mix at free safety, feels “a lot faster” in his second NFL season.