Saturday one-liners

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Seahawks S Kam Chancellor has “iguana skin” on his hands from playing in below-zero conditions in Minnesota.

The Rams have hired Skip Peete to coach the team’s running backs.

One of the more famous tackles in 49ers’ history wouldn’t have happened if Eric Wright had listened to Bill Walsh.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell is confident the team will be “good for a long time to come.”

The U.S. rights for the Steve Gleason documentary have been secured by Amazon.

Even though the Falcons’ new home won’t be ready as expected in March 2017, their current home will still be decommissioned then.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera will bring his Super Bowl XX ring to Santa Clara.

The Buccaneers intend to slash their penalties in 2016.

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has enjoyed working with prospects at the Senior Bowl.

Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. wore a microphone at Pro Bowl practice.

The agent for Eagles LT Lane Johnson says he was a Howie Roseman pick, not a Chip Kelly pick.

Washington TE Alex Smith is preparing to become a scout after his playing career ends.

The son of Bears RB Walter Payton gets asked about his late father every day.

The Lions hope to replenish the defensive tackle position. (Is it still too late to take Aaron Donald instead of Eric Ebron?)

Packers QB Brett Hundley is preparing to step up.

Should the Vikings bring in competition for P Jeff Locke?

Jets owner Woody Johnson talked up QB Geno Smith, which likely means he’s available to be traded.

Here’s a look at the Bills’ top draft needs, click harvest style.

A canopy could be the key to the Dolphins hosting another Super Bowl. (To play in another one will require something closer to a miracle.)

Dumped by the Patriots, strength and conditioning coach Harold Nash landed on his feet in Detroit.

In the highly unlikely event the Ravens and QB Joe Flacco fail to work out a revised contract, former offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak would probably be interested, given their work together in 2014.

Spending time in Hawaii with the Pro Bowl has given Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth a “renewed spirit.”

The Browns are drawing criticism from the football establishment for their non-establishment approach to filling out the front office.

Steelers owner Art Rooney admits that the team has “made some mistakes” when it comes to staffing their secondary.

Penn State DE Carl Nassib credits Texans coach Bill O’Brien for the motivation that had made Nassib a possible NFL player.

Should the Colts address the offensive line in free agency or the draft? (Nah, they’ll just sign and select more receivers.)

Ticket prices for Jaguars games will go up 3.6 percent, on average.

Titans TE Delanie Walker is learning at the Pro Bowl that football is far safer than surfing.

Broncos players are getting a lot of free Super Bowl 50 stuff.

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce knows that with his fat new contract comes more responsibility.

The Raiders and Oakland have yet to conduct formal negotiations since the door to L.A. was slammed on the team, for now.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers is “fired up” that the team is staying in San Diego for at least one more year.