Friday morning one-liners

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Stefan Charles had made a positive early impression on the Bills defensive line.

The Dolphins should have cornerbacks Nolan Carroll and Dimitri Patterson in the lineup on Monday night.

Patriots wide receivers coach Chad O’Shea has been helping the team’s young receivers transition to the NFL this season.

Former Jets WR Wayne Chrebet has moved into the financial industry.

Slow starts are a concern for the Ravens.

A look at Geno Atkins-less defensive units the Bengals could employ this season.

The Browns would like to get more out of their running game in the second half of the season.

Said Steelers G Ramon Foster, “It’s the second half of the season right now. We have five home games, a lot of AFC ball left, too. There’s a shot there. We just have to not lose, that’s the biggest thing.”

RB Dennis Johnson is in line for more playing time if the Texans don’t have Arian Foster.

Rakes and brooms have helped Colts QB Andrew Luck prepare for NFL pass rushes.

Denard Robinson is adapting to his new role as the Jaguars’ backup running back.

Titans RB Chris Johnson likes what he’s seen from rookie C Brian Schwenke.

It looks like Broncos CB Champ Bailey will miss another game this week.

Chiefs P Dustin Colquitt is hoping for the arrival of his fifth child during the bye week.

Getting the ball to RB Marcel Reece remains a challenge for the Raiders.

The Chargers secondary is steeling itself for a matchup with the Broncos.

Cowboys LB Sean Lee has been without underwear and socks when getting dressed after games this year.

LB Jacquian Williams looks like he’ll get a start for the Giants this week.

Eagles QB Nick Foles is looking for more consistency.

RB Alfred Morris had a good game in the Redskins’ loss.

There have been too many critical mistakes on the Bears special teams.

Yoga is part of Lions WR Calvin Johnson’s workout regimen.

Packers T Marshall Newhouse is looking for some redemption this week.

DT Kevin Williams keyed the Vikings’ defensive surge in the second half.

Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez says nothing is off limits in locker rooms, but admits he’s seen things go too far in the past in regard to the way players speak to one another.

CB James Dockery hopes to put off shoulder surgery and remain in the Panthers lineup.

Saints coach Sean Payton admitted to no regret about trying to bring LB Jonathan Vilma back.

The Buccaneers pass rush should have chances against the Dolphins.

K Jay Feely has no hard feelings about the Cardinals’ flirtation with replacing him over the summer.

Rams S T.J. McDonald remains on track for a return from injured reserve in early December.

LaMichael James expects to handle returning duties for the 49ers in Week 10.

The Seahawks are still monitoring center Max Unger and defensive end Red Bryant as they try to return from concussions.