Saturday morning one-liners

AP

Bills coach Doug Marrone plans to name a quarterback once one of them separates.

Three Patriots (Nate Solder, Ryan Mallett, Shane Vereen) will replace Aaron Hernandez in an upcoming youth football camp.

The Anti-Defamation League has defended Jets rookie Oday Aboushi against false claims of anti-Semitism.

Here’s a look at the Dolphins’ defensive line.

Former Steelers OL Chukky Okobi has been sued by a bouncer who was injured in a brawl last August.

Free-agent DB Sean Considine, who most recently played for the Ravens, has launched a mobile meat market.

The father of Browns owner Jimmy Haslam recently had more than $70,000 in cash and jewelry stolen from his home.  (Some customers of Pilot Flying J may say, “Now you know how we feel.”)

Bengals DT Geno Atkins busts his butt during the slow months for very good reason; “It’s always on my mind that there is someone out there trying to get better than me,” Atkins said. “That’s why I put in the extra work during the offseason.”

The Colts replaced the giant banner featuring a photo of LB Dwight Freeney on Lucas Oil Stadium with a giant banner featuring a photo of K Adam Vinatieri.

Jaguars DT Roy Miller hosted a football camp Friday in his hometown of Killeen, Texas.

Texans receivers coach Larry Kirksey talks about the team’s wideouts.

The Titans practice facility is now known as Saint Thomas Sports Park, which is the closest connection Tennessee assistant coach Gregg Williams ever will have to the name “Saint” again.

Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman is “pushing” to be the Week One starter.

The Chiefs’ drum line is holding open auditions on July 17 and 22.  (Will Ferrell need not apply.)

The Chargers will soon have “Select-A-Seat” day; many fans are torn between couch and recliner.

The SWARCO Raiders continue to enjoy much more success than their non-Austrian sister franchise.

Despite missing all of his first season except 12 snaps in a preseason game, more and more Cowboys fans are recognizing S Matt Johnson in public.

Giants QB Eli Manning, along with brothers Peyton and Cooper and father Archie, are hosting their annual Manning Passing Academy.

The lawsuit filed against the Redskins by former NFL LB Barrett Green could change the league, but it most likely won’t.

Here are three questions about the Eagles’ interior offensive line.  (Question No. 4:  Who will be the guy behind the center of it?)

Good news for the Packers:  S Morgan Burnett makes a lot of tackles.  Bad news for the Packers:  S Morgan Burnett makes a lot of tackles.

Former Vikings P Neil Clabo has been inducted into the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame.

Former Bears OL Tom Andrews has gone from Super Bowl shuffle to pizza executive.

Are the Lions in the NFL’s toughest division?  (The Cardinals would say, “Hell no.”)

Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman isn’t thinking about the past or the future; “I’m living in the present, focused on the now, being the best Josh Freeman I can be for this franchise,” Freeman said.

A new Nike Panthers T-shirt unwittingly acknowledges both Carolinas in one fell swoop.

The population of Tony, Wisconsin doubled on Friday, thanks to Saints S Jim Leonhard’s annual football camp.

Opponents of the new Falcons stadium are still trying to force a public vote.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s youth football camp has made its way to Spokane.

The Rams’ team in the NFL High School Player Development 7-on-7 National Tournament has gotten off to a strong start.  (Does Tavon Austin, who looks like a high-schooler, have an alibi?)

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell is happy to have a “real quarterback” again in Arizona.  (Matt Leinart appreciates the compliment.)

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is getting recognized in New Orleans; the only problem is that it’s actually Saints S Kenny Vaccaro.