Sunday morning one-liners
Recapping a busy offseason for the Dolphins.
Jets coach Rex Ryan is playing an active role with the Jets defense.
The Ravens could have two fullbacks playing two different roles.
Browns CB Leon McFadden’s father helped drive him to the NFL.
Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com thinks the Steelers have the weakest offensive line in the division.
CB Trey Wilson feels he is adapting quickly to a slot corner role with the Jaguars.
Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio isn’t dwelling on the team’s playoff loss.
A look at Amy Trask’s legacy with the Raiders.
Said Giants coach Tom Coughlin of LB Aaron Curry, “He is anxious to have an opportunity and we are anxious to provide him with one. Hopefully the two will meet and we will get a very talented player who can come into the Giant organization and play the way he was graded coming out of college.”
No Redskins draft picks have signed, but that’s no big problem.
Undrafted RB Michael Ford’s special teams ability excites the Bears.
Rookie David Bakhtiari could earn a shot at the starting right tackle job for the Packers.
Former Vikings WR Cris Carter prepared for his Hall of Fame induction with a ceremony naming a field for him in his hometown.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera likes what he’s seen from the rookie defensive linemen.
Said Cardinals G Jonathan Cooper, “Everybody’s big, strong, fast. And then what’s expected of you. They give it to you and you’re expected to know it like that. In college, you get more time to kinda get brought up to speed. But now it’s kinda this is your time to earn your place and you got to do it quickly.”
Rams CB Brandon McGee says he’s motivated by slipping to the fifth round of the draft.
TE Luke Willson is impressing observers at Seahakws minicamp.