Wednesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills DT Marcell Dareus of the team’s response to his off-field problems, “It’s been great. The team has been so supportive. The coach has been outstanding. This is a great atmosphere to be around.”

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin says his team needs to block better.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick shared some thoughts about the NFL expanding practice squads.

Here’s the Jets’ guide for fans attending this week’s preseason game.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco says critics of Browns QB Johnny Manziel should “get over it.”

Among Manziel’s critics is former Bengals QB Boomer Esiason.

In the Bengals’ weight room, the most important exercise is the squat.

Said Steelers G.M. Kevin Colbert of experimenting with cameras in players’ helmets, “When we tape football, we do it from an end zone, the sideline and a high angle, and none of that is what a player sees. To be able to tell a quarterback where he should be, to be able to show a defense what an offense looks like at ground level would be great. That would be more realistic.”

The Texans’ defense made things difficult for Peyton Manning during a joint practice with the Broncos.

Colts coach Chuck Pagano says his defense is better now than it’s been at any point in the last two years.

The Jaguars may put QB Ricky Stanzi on the practice squad.

The Titans want to put more pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

The Broncos’ website says LT Ryan Clady handled Jadeveon Clowney “with relative ease” in the joint practice with the Texans.

Chiefs RBs Knile Davis and Cyrus Gray got a chance to show what they can do while Jamaal Charles was held out of practice.

The Raiders are still waiting on CB D.J. Hayden to get healthy.

Chargers CB Jason Verrett is getting healthy at the right time.

Cowboys QB Brandon Weeden is still viewed as a work in progress.

Giants WR Marcus Harris is standing out in training camp.

Training like Navy SEALs has made a difference for the Eagles.

Washington special teams coach Ben Kotwica draws on his military experience in his coaching.

The Bears think former first-round pick Shea McClellin is making strides after changing positions.

Said Lions coach Jim Caldwell of WR Calvin Johnson missing the first two preseason games, “I know he’s been itching to get in. Maybe the humblest individual that I’ve ever been around, and not only that, maybe the hardest worker. He’s a tremendous person, and he’s just tireless in terms of his efforts to get on the field and help his team.”

The Packers expect Julius Peppers to improve the run defense in addition to rushing the quarterback.

Former Vikings QB Todd Bouman is making an impression in his new career in coaching.

Falcons DT Corey Peters says he battled depression after suffering an Achilles injury last year.

Panthers S Anderson Russell is working to make a name for himself.

Here’s a look at some of the Saints’ female fans.

The Buccaneers’ offensive line seems to be making progress, but there’s plenty of work left to do.

Said Cardinals K Jay Feely of another training camp at age 38, “I’m grateful that I get another opportunity. I’m going to out there and keep getting better and get ready for September. That’s always my focus. I could care less how I kick in June; I’m always focused on the beginning of the season — that first game of the season.”

The Rams have Greg Robinson working double duty on the offensive line.

Said 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick of the team’s needs on offense, “Establish a rhythm. I think that’s the biggest thing we need to do right now.”

Erin Andrews regrets the abrupt way she ended her infamous interview with Seahawks CB Richard Sherman.