Friday morning one-liners

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What can the Bills expect from TE Charles Clay this season?

The Dolphins released their training camp schedule.

Reviewing a busy Patriots offseason.

C Wesley Johnson is tasked with replacing Nick Mangold for the Jets.

Sorting out the battle for kick return work with the Ravens.

A look back at the players who have injured Bengals quarterbacks.

A discussion about who the Browns should start at quarterback.

There will be competition for playing time at outside linebacker for the Steelers.

Breaking down the Texans defensive backs.

Former Colts LB Amarlo Herrera is trying to make it as a pro wrestler.

Checking in with some veteran additions to the Jaguars.

The Titans believe they have a tough receiving corps.

Broncos LB Von Miller shared what he enjoys about chicken farming.

How does Alex Smith rank all-time among Chiefs quarterbacks.

Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch has been hitting the beach for workouts.

Chargers G Forrest Lamp revealed his choice of pre-game hype music.

Can WR Noah Brown win a spot with the Cowboys?

Which Giants players have the most to gain in training camp?

The Eagles’ investments in the offensive line look like they have paid off.

Two suggestions for the Redskins to improve their running game.

Could Bears LB Leonard Floyd benefit from taking the Falcons’ lead on tackling?

A look at what the Lions have to work with in terms of cap space.

Packers WR Malachi Dupre shared his thoughts about his transition to the NFL.

RB Latavius Murray comes in as the 17th most important Vikings player on one list.

An aerial look at the Falcons’ new stadium.

Panthers LB Thomas Davis showed off his Rolls-Royce.

A look at Saints DT Sheldon Rankins heading into his second season.

When the Buccaneers defense got pressure last year, things went well.

Is T Will Holden a contender to start in his rookie year with the Cardinals?

Rams rookies got to check out a Hollywood studio.

A negative assessment of RB Carlos Hyde’s fit with the 49ers.

Another look at Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s new approach to nutrition and conditioning.