Saturday morning one-liners

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Five days after saving his job with a win at Sun Life Stadium, Jets coach Rex Ryan was back in the building.

Nine Bills players are due to become unrestricted free agents.

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has a Lloyd Braun, and his name is Matt Higgins.

No Patriots were sent home from practice for showing up late due to snow on Friday.

The Bengals could get a little extra motivation from the fact that none of the team’s players earned All-Pro recognition.

The Browns are enjoying their best showing for individual honors in 60 years.

The Steelers have signed P Brad Wing, a left-footed former All-American from Australia who was once suspended by LSU for the Chik-fil-A Bowl.

Ravens WR Jacoby Jones appears in a new commercial, which includes a phony Mike Tomlin blocking Jones’ path to a manicure.

Colts coach Chuck Pagano wants his players to take a business-as-usual approach to Saturday’s playoff game.

Texans LB Brian Cushing is “fired up” to play for coach Bill O’Brien.

If the Titans ultimately keep coach Mike Munchak for 2014, he may have to coach as a lame duck.

Even if QB Blaine Gabbert doesn’t start for the Jaguars, there’s no financial reason to get rid of him.

The Chargers are “ecstatic” to be in the playoffs.

The home of the Chiefs tried to dye a fountain red as a show of support for the playoffs; the elements turned it into a giant Slurpee.

The Broncos will have the weekend off to watch — or to not watch — the weekend’s playoff games.

P Marquette King and CB Taiwan Jones are the Raiders’ special-teams players of the year.

While sellouts were less than a certainty in three NFL cities this weekend, the Eagles never had to worry about a blackout.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin was prepared to fight for offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride, until Gilbride chose to retire.

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins attended the Rose Bowl to support his college team; “Just so excited to have a front-row seat to watch it happen tonight,” Cousins said of Michigan State’s victory in the 100th installment of the game.  “We earned the right to be here.  I say ‘we’ — I don’t know how much I did.”

Cowboys owner/G.M. Jerry Jones reiterated Friday that the team won’t be switching back to a 3-4 defense.

The Vikings know a thing or two about hosting cold-weather games; over the next two years, they may have one or two more.

With QB Jay Cutler signed for seven years, the Bears still want Josh McCown to return.

Tony Dungy isn’t returning to coaching, but if he were he’d want the Lions job.

Folks trying to get to Sunday’s Packers game will spend less time in their cars, even though once they get to the seats they may wish they were in their cars.

Tickets to a luxury suite for the Panthers’ playoff opener are available.  For $37,000.

Saints OL Jahri Evans will set aside his loyalty to all things Philly when his NFL team plays the Eagles in his hometown on Saturday night.

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy channeled his inner Chris Farley regarding being named a first-team All Pro:  “It’s awesome.”

Falcons CB Desmond Trufant has received some external recognition for his performance as a rookie.

The 49ers named WR Anquan Boldin the team’s MVP for 2013.

Rams DE Robert Quinn and P Johnny Hekker are the team’s first first-team All Pros in a decade.

Individually, the Cardinals’ tight ends are nothing special; collectively, they’re pretty good.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll fully supports the efforts of his coaches to become head coaches with other NFL teams.