Tuesday morning one-liners


The Bills aren’t moving away from being a run-first team on offense.

Nine coaches from Joe Philbin’s staff remain with the Dolphins.

The Patriots signed seven players to future contracts.

What will the Jets receivers be able to do as an encore in 2016?

The Ravens are focused on the Senior Bowl this week.

Breaking down Bengals RB Jeremy Hill’s disappointing season.

Making the case for the Browns to re-sign T Mitchell Schwartz.

Steelers T Marcus Gilbert has turned to yoga to keep him in shape in the offseason.

A trip to the Pro Bowl provided Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins with a pretty nice view for this week.

Running through some draft options for the Colts.

Coaching the Senior Bowl gives the Jaguars a close look at some draft prospects.

Where things stand with the Titans coaching staff.

Broncos linebackers coach Fred Pagac joined Von Miller for a dance over the weekend.

General Manager John Dorsey thinks the Chiefs can take another step forward in 2016.

The Raiders will be well represented at the Pro Bowl.

Examining Chargers connections to this year’s Panthers.

Cowboys fan Chris Christie would prefer the team not acquire Johnny Manziel.

LB Jon Beason plays for the Giants now, which makes for “mixed emotions” about the Panthers making the Super Bowl.

TE Zach Ertz wants to see QB Sam Bradford remain with the Eagles.

How did the Redskins fare on special teams in 2015?

The Bears need a new wide receivers coach.

Lions RB Joique Bell says he feels healthier than he has in years.

The Packers need some help at tight end.

Former members of the Vikings organization pop up on both sides of the Super Bowl.

A call for the Falcons to get younger.

The Panthers are still looking for disrespect on the way to the Super Bowl.

TE Benjamin Watson would like to stick with the Saints.

The Buccaneers coaching staff has plenty of faces familiar to coach Dirk Koetter from previous stops.

Some of the free agent decisions that the Cardinals will have to make this offseason.

Looking back at the Rams’ final game in St. Louis.

TE Vernon Davis isn’t the only former 49ers player headed to the Super Bowl.

The offseason outlook at linebacker for the Seahawks has a lot to do with Bruce Irvin.