Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula want their front office to be aggressive in the pursuit of winning.

The Dolphins may face cap trouble next year, when Ndamukong Suh’s cap hit jumps to $28.6 million.

Here’s a look at the cornerbacks the Patriots are considering signing.

Ex-Jets WR Wesley Walker describes himself as “in pain every day” as a result of injuries suffered in football.

Another Ravens free agent may sign elsewhere, as DE Lawrence Guy is visiting the Jets.

Bengals DT Devon Still has provided good news about his daughter’s fight with cancer.

Could the Browns still get Sam Bradford for a first-round pick?

Maurkice Pouncey and Mike Wallace spent three years together in Pittsburgh and there were no indications of friction, but CBS 4 in Miami says that Pouncey called Wallace a coward.

The Texans held a private workout with Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew.

Indianapolis is head and shoulders above the rest of the AFC South, which means other teams’ moves are designed to catch the Colts.

The Jaguars still don’t know the status of WR Justin Blackmon.

Former Titans QB Jake Locker says he had opportunities to keep playing but wanted to retire.

Here’s a ranking of the Broncos’ free agent signings.

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce expects a bigger role in the offense this year.

Raiders RB Trent Richardson is excited to play for coach Jack Del Rio.

Chargers owner Dean Spanos says potentially moving the team is “about competitive balance.”

The Giants have kicked the tires on DT Kenrick Ellis.

Signing Greg Hardy would be a risk, but it may be a risk Jerry Jones is willing to take.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly isn’t afraid to sign players coming off injuries.

Will the quarterback meeting room in Washington be too crowded?

There have been conflicting reports about whether the Bears tried to trade QB Jay Cutler, but there’s little doubt that they’re stuck with him now.

New Lions DT Tyrunn Walker wants to learn all he can from teammate Haloti Ngata.

The Packers remain the NFL’s quietest team in free agency.

The Vikings have re-signed restricted free agent OT Mike Harris.

Falcons coach Dan Quinn is close to Seahawks DE Michael Bennett, although the report that Bennett wants to be traded to Atlanta has been disputed.

Former Panther Travelle Warton may be joining the coaching staff at his alma mater, South Carolina.

The Saints have done most of what they set out to do in free agency.

The Bucs may still be players for free agent DE Greg Hardy.

Sean Weatherspoon expects to be healthy enough to contribute in Arizona.

Rams DT Nick Fairley has 500,000 reasons to stay in shape during the offseason.

Chris Borland’s mom is happy with his decision to retire.

Seahawks DE Bruce Irvin is having a laugh about his rivalry with new teammate Jimmy Graham.