Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills opened (voluntary) OTAs with 88 players, only missing DL Alan Branch and Manny Lawson.

The Dolphins are already getting rid of players.

Patriots WR Julian Edelman loves the idea of working against an improved secondary.

Jets RB Mike Goodson was among the absences at OTAs.

Ravens DE Chris Canty is trying to get back to his old form.

Bengals LB Emanuel Lamur comes to camp a little more secure than last year.

Browns S Donte Whitner wants to make the middle of the field a “scary” place for opponents.

It’s early, but the Steelers RBs are already playing the disrespect card.

The Texans brought in WR Kofi Hughes.

The Colts are looking for more than tackles from LB D’Qwell Jackson.

Jaguars WR Ace Sanders is ready for more competition.

Last year’s Titans camp leg hopes his improved accuracy gives him a shot at the job formerly held by K Rob Bironas.

The Broncos are making a point of emphasis of ball security.

Chiefs OLB Tamba Hali is trying to outwork Father Time.

Raiders DE LaMarr Woodley is excited about his new responsibilities.

The Chargers should benefit from some of the Chiefs’ losses.

The Cowboys are also looking for new leaders with MLB Sean Lee out.

The Giants rolled out a new look on the offensive line yesterday.

New Eagles RB Darren Sproles is catching on quickly.

Redskins rookie CB Bashaud Breeland could make a quick contribution.

Bears LB Lance Briggs has high expectations for his new-look defense.

The Lions defense looks better, while their offense is learning a new system.

The Packers are close to being finished with renovations to Lambeau Field.

The Vikings are without three rookies for OTAs because of the quarter system rule.

The Falcons left LT Sam Baker in place, starting first-rounder Jake Matthews on the other side.

Even if only for a day, the Panthers were feeling optimistic.

Saints CB Keenan Lewis is fired up about the addition of S Jairus Byrd.

The Buccaneers are glad they have a big CB like Johnthan Banks to help their new WRs.

The Cardinals still have two offensive line jobs up for grabs.

The Rams are getting a late start on OTAs.

The 49ers hope WR Brandon Lloyd helps them immediately in the red zone.

The Seahawks search for a punt returner is sort of a first-world problem.