Thursday morning one-liners

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The Bills are trying to make an aggressive move tonight.

The Dolphins don’t appear to be content picking where they are, either.

Patriots WR Danny Amendola is healthy and ready for action.

The Jets have a huge need at CB, but there’s no certainty Rex Ryan gets one.

The Ravens would be happy to move down in the order tonight.

Adding some CB help is the biggest need the Bengals face.

Browns coach Mike Pettine says Johnny Manziel is still in the discussion (which could mean: “Let’s discuss, no, OK”).

The Steelers are also among the teams looking for CB depth.

Texans coach Bill O’Brien livened up practice with some music from his iPod.

The Colts get to sit back with their feet up tonight.

The Jaguars should be able to fill in several starters tonight and tomorrow.

The Titans are working on a new relationship tonight, with coach Ken Whisenhunt and G.M. Ruston Webster picking together for the first time.

Broncos TE Julius Thomas is hungrier than ever after Super Bowl loss (Mmmmm, breakfast).

Don’t count out the Chiefs making a big move tonight.

If Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie doesn’t nail this one, he might not have many more chances.

The Chargers used the added time to gather more information about prospects.

It’s not as cool as the Manziel talk, but the Cowboys could move up for some defensive line help.

Giants WR Victor Cruz wants to be a team captain.

The Eagles fired their P.A. announcer.

The Redskins decided to give Tanard Jackson another chance.

Bears QB Jay Cutler became a father again (there must be pictures on the internet of him smoking outside the maternity ward, right?).

It seems like every top WR wants to play for the Lions.

The Packers added to the coaching staff on the eve of the draft.

The Vikings’ braintrust is “together” on their plans for the weekend.

If the Falcons stay put at No. 6, taking the best OT available makes sense.

The Panthers could easily draft against need tonight.

Add the Saints to the list of teams who don’t like waiting and waiting.

The Buccaneers could surprise and go with DT Aaron Donald at No. 7.

The Cardinals could be drafting for the future and taking a QB.

The more the Rams keep pumping up Sam Bradford, the more you wonder who they’re trying to convince.

Once again, the 49ers enter the weekend with a bounty of picks.

Taking a last look at the Seahawks’ pre-draft visitors.