Tuesday morning one-liners

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Coach Doug Marrone likes the young guards on the Bills roster.

The search for a new offensive coordinator is underway for the Dolphins.

Patriots LB Brandon Spikes lost his long battle with a knee injury.

Working out of the shotgun agreed with Jets QB Geno Smith near the end of the season.

Is a bigger running back part of the Ravens’ answer to their woes on the ground?

Bengals WR A.J. Green plans to be a more vocal leader moving forward.

Greg Bedard of TheMMQB.com doesn’t think Josh McDaniels will be the next coach of the Browns.

Steelers T Kelvin Beachum expects to make a big impact in 2014.

Said Texans LB Brian Cushing of his knee rehab, “It’s going well. I probably have about another month-and-a-half, two months, until I’m 100%. So I definitely have to work a little bit. But I’m looking forward to it.”

The Colts have some things to clean up before facing the Patriots.

Reviewing the Jaguars’ quarterback play during the 2013 season.

Titans DE Kamerion Wimbley shared his thoughts on Mike Munchak’s departure with the team’s website.

The Broncos defense is confident they’re up to the task of advancing through the playoffs.

The Chiefs signed 12 players to reserve/future contracts.

Scott Bair of CSNBayArea.com hands out some awards for the Raiders offense.

LB Melvin Ingram’s return from a knee injury has had a positive effect on the Chargers.

How will the Cowboys prioritize needs as they approach the draft?

T Will Beatty had surgery on his broken leg, but the Giants expect him back for the 2014 season.

WR Jeremy Maclin said again Monday that he hopes to return to the Eagles.

Five recent Redskins draft picks with a chance to make bigger contributions next season.

A closer look at Bears G Matt Slauson’s new contract.

Joseph Fauria’s success could help tight ends coach Bobby Johnson remain with the Lions.

Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers got the vocal support of his players on Monday.

The Vikings are one of the teas dealing with the difficult task of finding a franchise quarterback.

The Falcons aren’t looking to make a “splash” in free agency.

Panthers K Graham Gano went to Florida State and he tweaked QB Cam Newton, who went to Auburn, before Monday’s BCS Championship Game.

Looking back at the way the Saints ran the ball on Saturday night.

Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith sees positives in QB Mike Glennon’s work as a rookie.

Changes to the Cardinals offensive line could go beyond getting G Jonathan Cooper back in the lineup.

What’s the trade market for the Rams’ No. 2 overall pick?

Said 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh of teams wanting to interview his coordinators for head coaching jobs, “You know, it’s smart on their part. Those guys are great coaches, all of them. There’s nobody that’s got a better staff, in my humble opinion, than we do here.”

Recent history hasn’t been kind to No. 1 playoff seeds like the Seahawks.