Friday morning one-liners
If you’re flying JetBlue into Buffalo, your pilot might be former Bills T Justin Cross.
The Patriots linebackers think they will be a more effective group in their second year together.
Said Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg of coaching near New York City, “It’s only the epicenter of the world. I never consciously thought about it but subconsciously I think I always wanted to coach in New York. Give it a whirl in New York, and here was the opportunity.”
There could be more work for Ravens tight ends in 2013.
Chuck Klosterman of Grantland went behind the scenes with the Browns before and during the first round of the draft.
Colts G Hugh Thornton had to deal with the murder of his mother and sister when he was a teenager.
Broncos rookies get their first taste of the NFL this weekend.
Three former Temple players will be trying out for the Eagles.
What is the best option at right tackle for the Redskins?
LB Andy Mulumba came late to football, but may be athletic enough to stick with the Packers as an undrafted free agent.
The Falcons waived K Casey Barth and CB Momo Thomas after signing them as undrafted free agents.
Former Penn State QB Matt McGloin will try out for the Panthers at their rookie minicamp.
The Saints will have former LSU K Josh Jasper trying out for them this weekend.
Where are the members of the 2002 Buccaneers Super Bowl champions now?
Rams coach Jeff Fisher stresses the importance of relating to younger players on their terms.
With a new stadium coming soon, some 49ers fans are already nostalgic about Candlestick Park.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll will be looking for work ethic first when evaluating rookies at minicamp.