Sunday morning one-liners

AP

The Bills are ready to kick off a season that comes with high expectations.

Dolphins players made a pregame visit to the Lincoln Memorial.

A review of Patriots CB Malcolm Butler’s play in the opener.

Jets WR Brandon Marshall thinks he can play until he’s 40, but doesn’t plan to stick around that long.

Said Ravens QB Joe Flacco of Super Bowl predictions for his team, “It’s all a bunch of nothing. It doesn’t mean anything at this point.”

Bengals K Mike Nugent prepared for kicking on the mixed-use field in Oakland.

The Browns secondary will start trying to prove how good they are on Sunday.

Suspensions limited the skill position players available to the Steelers on Thursday night.

The Texans know they’ll have to be ready for Chiefs TE Travis Kelce.

Coach Chuck Pagano has the support of his players, but knows wins and losses will determine his future with the Colts.

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles has plenty of confidence heading into his second season.

QB Marcus Mariota hopes to do his talking on the field for the Titans.

Broncos rookie T Ty Sambrailo won’t be eased into the NFL.

G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif wants a career in medicine after playing for the Chiefs.

DT Dan Williams is one of the newcomers that the Raiders hope will improve their defense.

A healthy LB Melvin Ingram would be a big boost to the Chargers defense.

Cowboys CB Brandon Carr gets another shot at Odell Beckham on Sunday night.

Too much negativity drove Giants G Justin Pugh off of social media.

Eagles QB Sam Bradford expects to have some jitters before kickoff on Monday night.

LB Ryan Kerrigan feels ready for the Redskins opener after having his knee scoped this offseason.

Finding bright spots amid dark predictions for the Bears.

Thirteen reasons to believe in the Lions this season.

Ranking all the players on the Packers roster.

Vikings LB Anthony Barr feels “ready to rock” after missing time this summer.

The Falcons plan to move at a similar tempo to the Eagles in Monday night’s game.

RB Cameron Artis-Payne could play a significant role for the Panthers.

The Saints like the pass rushing potential they’ve seen from DE Obum Gwacham.

Can the Buccaneers pull off a quick turnaround this season?

Will the third year be the charm for Bruce Arians and the Cardinals?

The Rams offensive line will be tested by the Seahawks.

Eric Mangini has holes to plug in his first year as 49ers defensive coordinator.

There’s excitement about Seahawks rookie WR Tyler Lockett’s regular season debut.

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