Monday morning one-liners Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on June 7, 2010 8:54 AM ET Bills LB Kawika Mitchell was able to participate in four out of five minicamp practices as he returns from surgery. Miami's interest in free agent safety O.J. Atogwe is reportedly "lukewarm." Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com believes Patriots guard Logan Mankins will show up for the team's mandatory minicamp. Jets QB Mark Sanchez continues to improve his understanding of the team's offense. Competition among the young Ravens tight ends is "very high." Bengals news is scarce, so let's find out where in the world is Dhani Jones? It's Monday, so we were about due for some more praise for Browns wideout Brian Robiskie. Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes that Ben Roethlisberger has a long journey ahead to win back the respect of the fans. Last year's second round pick of the Colts, DT Fili Moala, received some snaps with the first team at minicamp. Former Titans CB Nick Harper, now a free agent, says he's ready to pass a physical. Following a so-so rookie year, Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno says he's playing faster. A typical day, in the life of a Kansas City Chief at OTAs. The Chargers website provided a closer look at rookie Jeremy Williams. (And we provide this link because he went to Tulane.) Tony Romo is ready for his U.S. Open sectional qualifier, set for Monday. Giants coach Tom Coughlin shared his thoughts on the passing of legendary coach John Wooden. The last remaining days of Eagles OTAs will be missing a handful of veterans. Washington is expecting a "quantum leap" from TE Fred Davis this season. (Insert Scott Bakula joke here.) Bears coach Lovie Smith on complementing with a Mike Martz offense: "We know offensively we may have a few turnovers. It's the defense's job to get it back." Those who have watched the Lions practice believe Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson are starting to get into a rhythm. Brandon Underwood was unsurprisingly a no-show at Donald Driver's charity softball game on Sunday. Second year Vikings CB Asher Allen impressed defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier with his performance to date this offseason. Many Falcons turned out for a good cause over the weekend. The Panthers have used DTs Tank Tyler and Louis Leonard as their starters during OTAs. Following toe surgery, Saints WR Robert Meachem has "no idea" when he'll be back on the field. The Bucs are willing to live with growing pains at quarterback. Rams receiver Brooks Foster on his rookie quarterback Sam Bradford: "Everything that you hear about him is true." Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee looks at the battle to snap the ball in San Francisco. Inside this mailbag is a look at how Seattle's defensive end competition is shaking out so far.