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Saturday morning one-liners


Here’s the full list of the Bills’ pre-draft visitors.

Entering his eighth NFL season, Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski has the fourth longest tenure on the team.

The Dolphins believe they have the ammunition to trade up from No. 12 to No. 1, but they most likely won’t.

Jets DL Muhammad Wilkerson looks forward to becoming a leader of the defense.

Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey says he definitely will be taking on a leadership role.

Bengals RB Bernard Scott, who re-signed on Friday, explained that he’s “comfortable” and “happy” in Cincinnati.

The Ravens have hosted UConn LB Sio Moore.

Former Browns player and employee Ricky Feacher, now a substitute teacher and coach, was arrested this week on drug and traffic charges.

Titans TE Delanie Walker, who lost an aunt and uncle to a drunk driver after the Super Bowl, has pledged support for a bill in Tennessee that would require ignition interlock devices for first offenders.

Texans RB Arian Foster has made it to the semifinals of the latest contrived ballot process for determining whose photo will appear on the cover of a popular-but-underwhelming video game that, if the technical upgrades were as good as the promotional efforts, would be a much better product.

The Indianapolis Star continues to look at the Colts’ worst picks; the latest was made in the third round of the 2005 draft, at a time when RB Darren Sproles was still on the board. has the team taking DE/LB Dion Jordan with the second pick in the draft.

The Chiefs likely will start the 2013 regular season on the road, due to the Royals’ schedule.

The Broncos have released pictures of their new giant video boards. (We look forward to it playing this song.)

The Chargers’ list of pre-draft visitors includes Alabama G Chance Warmack.

The Raiders’ official 2013 draft party will be held at the Buffalo Wild Wings in San Ramon. (Fans will be able to throw darts at the board the team previously used when making picks.)

The biggest question marks in the Redskins’ starting lineup (apart from the health of QB Robert Griffin III) come at the safety position.

The Cowboys, once a Team of the Decade, are now settling for slightly less meaningful honors.

Could the Eagles trade down from No. 4?

Former Giants LB Marcus Buckley has been accused of workers’ compensation fraud; Buckley allegedly received $1.588 million to which he wasn’t entitled.

Packers K Giorgio Tavecchio was working as a student-athlete tutor at Cal before receiving an email inviting him to work out for the team.

The Vikings are looking for a new, well, Viking.

The Bears hosted 50 local prospects on Friday. (Hopefully one of these guys will finally get a shot.)

Former Lions K Jason Hanson believes QB Matthew Stafford will soon make the Lions his team.

For Mother’s Day, the Buccaneers will provide makeovers to 50 mothers of current military members.

Saints DL Akiem Hicks will primarily serve as a nose tackle in the 3-4 defense, but he’ll also work at defensive end.

With all the talk about the Falcons’ defensive ends, it’s easy to forget they have a pretty good defensive tackle.

Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart plays the piano and hopes to pursue a career in music after football.

The 49ers have added QB Steve Young and coach George Seifert to the committee that hopes to host Super Bowl L.

Rams CB Janoris Jenkins largely stayed out of trouble in 2012, but his online photos suggest that trouble is never that far away.

Cardinals RB Ryan Williams believes his season-ending shoulder injury helped buy more time for his ruptured patellar tendon from 2011 to heal.

Seahawks CB Richard Sherman did something on Thursday night that half the league doesn’t do.