Thursday morning one-liners


Former Bills QB Jim Kelly is hoping to spend Easter weekend at home in Buffalo.

An anti-bullying bill in the Florida Legislature which is supported by Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is expected to fail.

Former CB Ty Law is humbled to be nominated for the Patriots Hall of Fame.

With Chris Johnson aboard, the Jets future of RB Mike Goodson doesn’t look so bright.

More about the Ravens conditioning test which Rolando McClain couldn’t complete.

The Bengals are negotiating with local government for some stadium upgrades, in exchange for the ability to bring 2,000 new jobs to the area.

A.J. McCarron is on the list of QBs working out for and visiting the Browns.

The Steelers would be fortunate to match the success they had in the 2010 draft.

The Texans made their final cuts to their cheerleader roster (this is what happens when you move the draft back three weeks).

The Colts took a look at local prospects.

A loaded class of WRs should help the Jaguars.

Chris Johnson said he wished the Titans would have offered a pay cut.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning said adding DeMarcus Ware was a win-win for the Manning family.

The money the Chiefs spent on offensive line help last year was a benefit.

A compilation of mock drafts offer no consensus on which way the Raiders will go.

Several LB prospects were among the Chargers recent visitors.

The Cowboys had Notre Dame OT Zach Martin in for a visit.

A look at the numbers suggests the Giants got good value in QB Josh Freeman.

Dion Jordan’s name keeps coming up in relation to the Eagles.

Think they’re a mess now? The Redskins once traded the same draft pick twice.

The Bears will take a look at Notre Dame QB Tommy Rees.

New Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin likes some of his young talent.

The Packers are “stoked” about the arrival of Julius Peppers.

The final pieces of the Metrodome are being hauled off Thursday (after they look through the rubble for a QB one last time).

BYU OLB Kyle Van Noy is visiting the Falcons.

The Panthers could still sift through what’s left at WR.

New Saints S Jairus Byrd is settling in to his new home.

Would the Buccaneers pass on Blake Bortles if he fell to seventh?

The Cardinals have made finding line help less of a need.

The Rams have been among the league’s least active teams in free agency.

The 49ers new stadium finally has grass.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is leading workouts in California for his receivers.