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Thursday morning one-liners

FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2015, file photo, Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) warms up before the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game against the New England Patriots in Glendale, Ariz. Chancellor has ended his holdout and reported to the Seahawks Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2015, after missing training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)

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Bills WR Sammy Watkins says he’s ready to return.

The Dolphins are working their starters against each other in practice.

Patriots QB Tom Brady declared himself human.

Jets RB Chris Ivory is the best in the league, according to a teammate.

The Ravens are focused on closing out games on defense.

Bengals LB Vinny Rey is “the perfect story.”

Browns QB Josh McCown is not intimidated by the top-ranked Broncos defense.

Steelers WR Antonio Brown is not as much of a target when Mike Vick’s at QB.

Texans QB Brian Hoyer knows he needs some help from the running game.

Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw is hailed as the “consummate football player.”

Jaguars DT Sed’Derrick Marks has a chance to play this week.

The record looks familiar, but the Titans have improved.

The Broncos have problems on offense beyond QB Peyton Manning.

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles has a supporter in Adrian Peterson.

Raiders RB Latavius Murray says the blame for their running game starts with him.

Five Chargers offensive linemen missed all or part of practice.

The Cowboys aren’t limiting their changes to a QB switch.

The Giants aren’t sure if Odell Beckham will be ready to play this week.

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is starting to look like himself, but there’s still meat on the bone.

Washington might want to consider sticking with one back.

The Bears are slowly getting some offensive pieces back in place.

Lions DT Haloti Ngata was out of practice, but said his calf was “feeling better.”

The Packers are easing some injured starters back into action.

Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater won’t point any fingers at his offensive line.

The Falcons secondary still has plenty of respect for Drew Brees.

Panthers QB Cam Newton doesn’t want to dwell on his past games against the Seahawks.

Saints G Tim Lelito won’t play tonight.

Buccaneers LB Lavonte David could be getting on track.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians isn’t making a big deal of return to Pittsburgh.

Rams QB Nick Foles is trying to rebound from his worst game of the season.

49ers RB Carlos Hyde sat out Wednesday with a foot injury.

Seahawks S Kam Chancellor has another tough TE test this week.