Wednesday morning one-liners

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Some folks in Buffalo think the Bills will catch a vulnerable Patriots team in Week One.

Former Dolphins coach Don Shula is speaking out in support of red-light cameras.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft says Aaron Hernandez came across as “the most likable young man” when they first met.

The Jets’ website has posted video of coach Rex Ryan running with the bulls.

Ray Lewis gave a Ravens cap to the president of Tanzania.

Bengals QB Josh Johnson appears to be the leader for the backup quarterback job, which means John Skelton would be the odd man out.

After contributing on special teams as an undrafted rookie last season, Browns S Johnson Bademosi has a shot to be a starter on defense this season.

Steelers G Ramon Foster will do some promotional work in London next week.

Has Texans WR Andre Johnson lost a half-step?

Said ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman of hiring former Colts C Jeff Saturday as an analyst, “Offensive linemen make some of the best analysts because they understand the nuances of the game and they typically have fun personalities — Jeff definitely fits this mold.”

Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne will be the focal points at the Jaguars’ training camp.

Titans DE Kamerion Wimbley has opened a restaurant.

The 688-page Broncos media guide is now available online.

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles discusses the record he owns for most yards per carry for a running back.

Here’s a look at the Raiders’ history of playing the Cowboys.

Former Chargers LB Michael London is involved in a legal dispute about a gym in downtown San Diego that he had planned to open but so far hasn’t.

Herm Edwards says the Cowboys have too much talent not to make the playoffs.

Giants WR Victor Cruz is known as a regular guy at his neighborhood diner.

Will the Eagles be a run-first team? Chip Kelly’s Oregon teams ran 64.1 percent of the time, although that’s skewed by the fact that Kelly’s Oregon teams often spent the second halves of games trying to run out the clock while protecting big leads.

Here are some of the questions the Redskins asked in a survey of fans.

Bears fans should brace for another training camp full of questions about the offensive line.

Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press calls Matthew Stafford’s new contract with the Lions a win-win.

Vince Lombardi is first, Curly Lambeau is second, Mike Holmgren is third, Mike McCarthy is fourth and Scooter McLean is last in this ranking of Packers coaches.

Three Vikings played cricket on a promotional trip to England.

Does the offensive line deserve the blame for the decline of Falcons RB Michael Turner last season?

Panthers fans are already wondering what Matthew Stafford’s contract will mean for Cam Newton.

Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan will be licking his chops before coaching against his former team in November.

Ron Jaworski of ESPN described Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman as a frustrating player to evaluate.

Several NFL players are participating in workouts organized by Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald at the University of Minnesota.

Rams QB Sam Bradford improved late in the season when he got better pass protection.

San Francisco Chronicle columnist Kevin Lynch weighs in on the Colin Kaepernick cap controversy.

The Seahawks have high hopes for DE Cliff Avril.