Friday morning one-liners


Fans at Bills games will be able to snack on Pizza Logs.

Dolphins DE Olivier Vernon’s stock is on the rise.

The Patriots will put 2014 tickets on sale on July 15.

How does S Dawan Landry fit on the Jets defense?

The Ravens waived LB Xavius Boyd from injured reserve.

History says the Bengals will have a hard time defending their division title.

Setting the scene at tight end for the Browns.

Joey Porter says he’s approaching his job as a Steelers assistant the same way he approached the game as a player.

Breaking down the state of the Texans’ kicking game.

Former Colts TE Ben Utecht is worried about his future because of brain injuries.

Analyzing S Josh Evans’ chances of making the Jaguars.

The Titans don’t have much star power.

Starting experience is a plus for Broncos LB Nate Irving.

Chiefs WR Winston Dressler took a circuitous route to the roster.

WR Andre Holmes hopes to keep building his role with the Raiders.

Pondering where the Chargers will line up CB Brandon Flowers.

The Cowboys’ decision to draft C Travis Frederick has worked out so far.

Setting some statistical expectations for Giants rookie WR Odell Beckham.

How would an Eagles basketball draft play out?

Checking in on Redskins CB David Amerson’s progress heading into his second season.

Bears QB Jay Cutler and WR Brandon Marshall have forged a strong bond over the years.

CB Nevin Lawson could work his way into the Lions’ plans at cornerback.

A look at the Packers’ plans at safety this season.

Former Vikings LB E.J. Henderson is still working in the Minneapolis community.

Falcons RB Steven Jackson shares some thoughts on the team’s offseason work.

Panthers QB Cam Newton is inspiring younger players at the position.

Former Saints S Steve Gleason’s foundation continues to find new ways to battle ALS.

How will the Buccaneers’ running back rotation sort itself out?

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald will be letting it all hang out in ESPN The Magazine.

The Rams website catches up with former LB Mike Jones.

The 49ers have shut out their opponents 32 times in history.

QB Brady Quinn wasn’t a member of the Seahawks for that long but he was there long enough to get his foundation working on projects in the area, including retrofitting the home of a wounded veteran.