Tuesday morning one-liners

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The Bills would like to bring back TE Scott Chandler and K Dan Carpenter.

Five free agent lessons for the Dolphins to keep in mind.

A call for the Patriots to be aggressive in free agency.

There are implications for the Jets if the Buccaneers release CB Darrelle Revis, but his return probably isn’t among them.

Replacing CB Corey Graham may not be easy for the Ravens.

DE Michael Johnson and T Anthony Collins may be making a dual move from the Bengals to the Buccaneers.

The Browns have to convince C Alex Mack that things are headed in the right direction.

A look at how the Steelers could fill holes without spending a lot.

Texans TE Owen Daniels could have his contract restructured.

The Colts may have to find themselves a new kicker.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times Union thinks the Jaguars need to be players in free agency.

LB/DE Mike Neal could be a target for the Titans.

The Broncos’ plans for free agency have come into a bit more focus.

It doesn’t look like KR Dexter McCluster will return to the Chiefs.

Raiders FB Marcel Reece was honored with the Commitment to Excellence Award.

The Chargers would like to add a veteran nose tackle.

A plea for the Cowboys to hold on to DE DeMarcus Ware.

It looks like CB Trumaine McBride will return to the Giants.

The Eagles could strike some quick deals in free agency.

Five positions to watch for the Redskins in free agency.

QB Jordan Palmer said the Bears are “where I want to be.”

Former Lions K Jason Hanson regrets not winning more games for late owner William Clay Ford.

TE Andrew Quarless and the Packers continue to talk with free agency hours away.

LB Jasper Brinkley is excited about returning to the Vikings.

It doesn’t look like the Falcons will keep DT Jonathan Babineaux from hitting the open market.

The return of OL Garry Williams gives the Panthers flexibility on the offensive line.

The Saints would like to sign FB Jed Collins and WR Joe Morgan without restricted free agent tenders.

Defensive end, quarterback and tackle are the positions the Buccaneers will focus on in free agency.

CB Mike Jenkins is thought to be of interest to the Cardinals.

G Harvey Dahl was released on Monday, but could return to the Rams down the line.

Most of the 49ers’ 2013 starting secondary will be available on the open market.

Said Seahawks DE Michael Bennett, “I love the staff, from the equipment staff to the medical staff. It just goes on and on. Everybody here, they’re good people, and I really enjoy that.”