Thursday morning one-liners

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Bills CEO Russ Brandon is looking at everything, but he’s happy with their training camp location.

Imagine that: The Dolphins might be short-handed on the offensive line this week, as RG John Jerry hasn’t passed his concussion test.

Patriots FB James Develin is getting more attention than at any point in his career.

Jets WR Jeremy Kerley anticipates being back this week after missing the previous three games.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco said new LT Eugene Monroe is getting “more and more comfortable.”

The Bengals are considering using Pro Bowl LT Andrew Whitworth inside if injuries require it.

Browns WR Josh Gordon’s impressive season isn’t translating into Pro Bowl votes.

Steelers WR Jerricho Cotchery said coach Mike Tomlin’s $100,000 fine wouldn’t be a distraction to the players, many of whom didn’t know about it until reporters asked.

Texans QB Case Keenum is showing some progress, but he’s also taking steps back.

It’s December, and the Colts are still looking for answers at WR.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley held onto his team while they were losing games.

The Titans were playing “what might have been” regarding QB Peyton Manning this week.

Manning watched it snow, but didn’t do much else at Broncos practice Wednesday.

Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson will be keeping an eye on his old friend from Waco this week.

Raiders S Tyvon Branch practiced for the first time since a Week Two ankle injury.

The Chargers could be looking at another blackout this week.

The Cowboys should still be looking to run this week, despite reduced options.

Giants DE Justin Tuck gave a glimpse of his past dominance, but no one knows what his future holds.

Eagles QB Nick Foles has benefitted from excellent offensive line play.

The Redskins put the aptly named G Maurice Hurt on injured reserve after his three-week practice window elapsed.

The Bears are getting a new middle — of Soldier Field sod.

Lions RB Reggie Bush says their offense “can dominate any situation and any team.”

Never mind the QB, the Packers are also wondering if the guy who hands him the ball will be ready, as C Evan Dietrich-Smith’s status is unknown.

Vikings LB Erin Henderson will start outside when he returns, with Audie Cole staying at MLB.

The Falcons aren’t interested in losing for draft position, specifically coach Mike Smith.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said the Saints’ travel problems were “unfortunate,” but didn’t think they’d be a factor this week.

Saints RT Zach Strief led the list of players not practicing Wednesday.

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy said he plans to fight to the end.

Cardinals LT Bradley Sowell will be seeing the guy who helped him get his current job.

Rams RG Harvey Dahl returned to practice, his first since an Oct. 28 knee injury.

For 49ers DT Justin Smith, the lack of a variety of pass-rush moves doesn’t make him less effective.

The Seahawks aren’t expecting soft and sane from the 49ers.