Wednesday morning one-liners

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Buffalo may get a new stadium, but it’s not expecting a Super Bowl.

Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon says practicing against LT Branden Albert is making him better.

Robert Kraft is marking 20 years as owner of the Patriots.

Mark Sanchez is gone from the Jets, but a terrible video remains.

New offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak is throwing everything at the Ravens.

Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson says Andy Dalton is improving.

Browns coach Mike Pettine expressed “frustration” about still not knowing if he’ll have WR Josh Gordon this season.

The Steelers are hoping for some stability on their offensive line.

The Jaguars could play a future preseason game at the Daytona International Speedway.

Texans DE J.J. Watt is just the kind of playmaker defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel (or any other coach) wants on his defense.

The Colts have two youngsters vying to replace departed S Antoine Bethea.

Zach Mettenberger and Stephen Rivers were teammates at LSU last year; this year they’re both in Nashville as Mettenberger was drafted to the Titans and Rivers (brother of Philip Rivers) transferred to Vanderbilt.

Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas never knew what it was like to play with an accurate quarterback before Peyton Manning arrived. (And Tim Tebow still thinks he has a chance to make it to the NFL.)

It’s a good thing no pedestrians were on the sidewalk where Chiefs CB Sean Smith hit a light pole.

Chargers WR Eddie Royal loves to practice.

Said Raiders S Tyvon Branch of Charles Woodson, “We both play very similar. He’s more of a ball hawk than I am but I’m more of a hitter than he is, so we balance each other out. We do things differently but we’re very versatile.”

Did the Cowboys have too many cooks in their defense last year?

The Giants are taking a look at 6-foot-5 WR Denzell Jones.

Trent Cole is 31, but he thinks he has lots of good years left in Philadelphia.

The music on the new anti-Redskins ad was created by a fan of the team.

The Bears bonded over bowling.

Lions QB Kellen Moore is feeling comfortable.

Packers CB Sam Shields says putting in extra work with his position coach paid off.

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer believes in rotating his defensive linemen often, to keep them fresh during games.

Falcons WR Roddy White has returned to work after the death of his brother.

Panthers TE Greg Olsen picked up the pizza tab for some local Boy Scouts.

New Saints WR Brandin Cooks has impressed teammate Kenny Stills.

Bucs DT Gerald McCoy says failing to make the playoffs is “eating away at me.”

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says his team had its best practice of the offseason on Tuesday.

Rams OT Jake Long has now been rehabbing his knee for 22 weeks. He expects to be ready for Week One.

Almost two years since he last played, 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore is eager for some contact.

Ricardo Lockette is the fastest player on the Seahawks.