Thursday morning one-liners

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The Bills need to sell 7,000 tickets to avoid being the league’s first blackout of the year.

The Dolphins’ offensive line issues have created another problem, a lack of a run game.

While everyone’s talking about their TE, the Patriots are worried about the one on the other side this week.

The Jets signed a guy to the practice squad who’s bigger than their coach used to be.

Ravens LG Kelechi Osemele blamed a bed that was too soft for his back issues (and then Sweet Pea whacked him in the head with a bowl of porridge).

Bengals CB Leon Hall returned to practice after a hamstring problem.

Browns LBs Jabaal Sheard and Barkevious Mingo got back to work Wednesday, hope to play this week.

Despite a teammate saying he should adjust, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said he’s going to keep playing the same way.

Texans TE Owen Daniels is targeting a Dec. 5 return.

The Colts will be paying tribute on Oct. 20 to some guy who used to play there.

The Jaguars’ rookie safeties are going to get thrown into the deep end this weekend.

The Titans are getting ready to not hear themselves think.

One of Broncos QB Peyton Manning’s hidden gifts is his ability to create free penalty yardage.

Chiefs WR A.J. Jenkins is trying to make the most of his second chance.

Raiders RB Darren McFadden was back at practice after missing Monday morning’s game with a hamstring strain.

Chargers backup OT Michael Harris was placed on season-ending injured reserve.

The Cowboys are still waiting on DT Jay Ratliff.

The Giants have ruled five players out for tonight’s game with Chicago.

Eagles S Patrick Chung practiced for the first time since injuring his shoulder on Sept. 19.

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III said he feels “rejuvenated” after a bye week.

The Bears promoted DT Christian Tupou from the practice squad to take the spot of injured DT Nate Collins.

Darris McCord, a member of the Lions’ “Fearsome Foursome” defensive line, died at the age of 80.

The Packers aren’t panicking about a slower-than-normal start in the red zone.

The Vikings added former Giants DE Justin Trattou.

The Falcons’ path to the playoffs is straight down the yellow brick road.

The Panthers are sticking with productive kids instead of veterans in the secondary.

Saints RT Zach Strief was the newest addition to the Saints injury report.

Bucs DT Gerald McCoy is sad that Eagles QB Michael Vick keeps getting hurt the week before they play.

Cardinals TE Rob Housler is trying to shake off a bad start.

Rams CB Trumaine Johnson played through an illness that had him a 70 or 80 percent.

The 49ers were able to bring QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson home by claiming him off waivers.

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch saw his load lightened last week.