Wednesday morning one-liners

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Buffalo General manager Doug Whaley is conducting his first Senior Bowl as the Bills’ ultimate decision maker.

Dolphins DE Dion Jordan says he needs to get stronger during the offseason.

Ron Borges of the Boston Herald thinks Bill Belichick is deflecting blame with his criticism of Wes Welker’s hit on Aqib Talib.

In hindsight, maybe the Jets gave up on Pete Carroll too soon.

The Ravens like what they see in Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater, although there’s approximately zero chance of him ending up in Baltimore.

Could the Bengals be interested in drafting Georgia QB Aaron Murray?

The Browns have already interviewed eight coaching candidates, and the list could grow.

Steelers RB coach Kirby Wilson, who may leave to become offensive coordinator in Baltimore, has been with Pittsburgh for Mike Tomlin’s entire tenure.

New Houston defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel says “You’re going to see a little of everything” from the Texans’ defense.

Colts long snapper Matt Overton is lobbying to save the extra point.

Clemson QB Tajh Boyd is trying to impress the Jaguars’ coaches at the Senior Bowl.

New Titans linebackers coach Lou Spanos is described by one of his former UCLA players as “a ball of energy. He lives, eats and breathes football. There’s never a dull moment with that man whatsoever. Never a dull moment.”

Said Broncos TE Julius Thomas of Seahawks CB Richard Sherman, “He’s done a great job ever since he’s been in the league. He likes to have a little fun out there. I don’t necessarily think there is anything wrong with that.”

Players the Chiefs have talked to at the Senior Bowl include Oklahoma WR Jalen Saunders, Tulane WR Ryan Grant, Florida WR Solomon Patton, Lindenwood CN Pierre Desir and LSU S Craig Loston.

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett hinted that his coordinators might get reassigned.

Giants WR Victor Cruz is excited to play for new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.

The Eagles are keeping an eye on versatile outside linebackers at the Senior Bowl.

Scott Campbell, the director of player personnel, may have a more important role in Washington this offseason.

Former Syracuse head coach Paul Pasqualoni is expected to join the Bears’ staff.

Said Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, “I think it’s important that you give people different looks, give them different ways to block you, give them different problems both in the run and pass. I think it’s detrimental to your defense if you just line up in one thing and they know exactly where you are and they’re going to block you every time because they know, ‘OK, this is where they’re going to be.’ So we’ll try to do some things, give them some different looks, try to put our players in the best position to make plays. And I think that’s really, at the end of the day, that’s what you want.”

Packers G.M. Ted Thompson sees no reason to change his approach to the offseason.

Fran Tarkenton says new Vikings coach Mike Zimmer needs to show he’s in command in Minnesota.

New Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice and defensive line coach Bryan Cox are preaching toughness.

Saints G.M. Mickey Loomis offered some praise for Ryan Pace, the Saints’ director of player personnel.

Said Bucs owner Joel Glazer of new G.M. Jason Licht, “His strong player personnel background provides the ideal complement to Lovie Smith’s philosophy as our head coach. We look forward to working with Jason and Lovie as we set the foundation and chart the course for the future of Buccaneers football.”

Said Cardinals P Dave Zastudil (who lives in Ohio in the offseason) of his new contract, “When there’s snow on the ground and not much to do here, it’s nice to kind of wake up and have the feeling of knowing that, hey, first you have a job, and B, it’s with an organization that you are really, really excited about.”

The Rams are looking at quarterback possibilities at the Senior Bowl.

Could the 49ers lose an assistant coach to Cleveland?

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch gave an interview to