Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills were able to land a hometown hero in CB Corey Graham.

The Dolphins are flush with the excitement of being heroes in March again.

The Patriots did some other business yesterday, including targeting former Eagles WR Jason Avant.

Adding DE Leger Douzable gives the Jets some depth up front.

The Ravens are keeping an eye on the WR market.

The Bengals choice on matching the WR Andrwe Hakwins offer sheet is an interesting one.

The path is now clear for the Browns to bring in several QBs (this time, it has to work, right?).

Free agent S Mike Mitchell’s deal with the Steelers is cap friendly early.

The Texans are running short on LB depth after losing Joe Mays to the Chiefs.

The Colts have been in contact with C Alex Mack.

New Jaguars RB Toby Gerhart is excited about his new opportunity.

Dexter McCluster is ready for whatever role the Titans give him.

The Broncos hope they added a little edge to their secondary with S T.J. Ward.

The Chiefs are adding guys, just not exciting names.

The Raiders now turn their attention to pass-rushers, and perhaps their physicals.

The Chargers picked up a versatile blocker in TE David Johnson.

The Cowboys are trying to pile bodies to fill the hole left by DeMarcus Ware.

Do the Giants and the Raiders share a medical staff?

The Eagles should be better on special teams with the recent additions.

The Redskins haven’t addressed the holes in the secondary yet.

The Bears aren’t in a hurry to move at DE.

The Lions are apparently in no hurry to talk extension with DT Ndamukong Suh, either.

The Packers have some visits lined up.

Vikings DT Kevin Williams is close to knowing what’s next.

New DE Tyson Jackson thinks he can helps the Falcons establish an identity on defense.

Panthers free agents are continuing to scatter.

New S Jairus Byrd said he chose the Saints because of their winning culture (and maybe that whole “not Buffalo” thing).

Moving CB Darrelle Revis out is helping the Bucs reshape the roster.

The addition of LT Jared Veldheer is the first step in remaking the Cardinals offensive line.

The Rams are keeping the focus on their offensive line as well.

New 49ers S Antoine Bethea has high hopes for the future.

New Lions WR Golden Tate said he tried to come back to the Seahawks.