Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills get to sort through their many fine QBs tonight.

Though he’s firmly entrenched as the backup, QB Matt Moore is happy to be with the Dolphins.

Patriots WR Josh Boyce is embracing his opportunity for a significant role.

Jets rookie WR Ryan Spadola is building a strong case for a roster spot with the Jets.

Ravens DE Chris Canty has proven to be a good addition this offseason.

Former Bengals WR Cris Collinsworth isn’t quite ready to crown his old team.

Two Browns speeders and the Cleveland Streaker will share a court date on Sept. 10.

Steelers T Kelvin Beachum hopes to expand on his versatility, perhaps to include catching passes.

Two former Texans players are teaming up for a reality show.

Colts QB Andrew Luck visited an injured high school player.

For Jaguars QBs Mike Kafka and Matt Scott, tonight could be a loser-leaves-town match (unless they decide Ricky Stanzi is just as useful).

Titans QB Rusty Smith might get caught in the numbers game.

Broncos CB Quentin Jammer’s doing whatever he has to do to keep his career alive.

New Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey looks back on the path he took from playing in the NFL to running a team.

Raiders QB Tyler Wilson is trying to stay optimistic as he competes for a roster spot.

The Chargers held their walkthrough on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones took his son’s “secret sauce” metaphor to the next level.

The Giants still have plenty of concerns on offense heading into the preseason finale.

A look at six Eagles on the bubble tonight.

Redskins LB Nick Barnett expects to see extended action tonight.

The competition for the Bears’ third QB job is at least a friendly one.

Lions QB Kellen Moore’s carrying a little more weight, and a little more confidence.

Packers DE Datone Jones is trying to work through an ankle injury.

For third-stringers like Vikings QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, tonight is a chance to prove they’re worth a roster spot.

Count the Falcons among the teams looking high and low for offensive line help.

Injuries have made a mess of the Panthers offensive line, with jobs available.

Several Saints players are getting their charity fundraisers in before the season starts.

The competition for the Buccaneers’ backup RB job is one that could come down to tonight.

Cardinals QB Ryan Lindley is playing for a job, with the Cardinals or otherwise.

The Rams are not worried about the possibility of going winless in the preseason.

Nnamdi Asomugha appears to have secured the third CB job with the 49ers.

Seahawks CB Antoine Winfield is feeding off the enthusiasm of so many young players.