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Monday Morning One-Liners

Bob Matthews of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle thinks the Bills should trade WR Roscoe Parrish, but that they shouldn’t deal T Jason Peters.
Said Dolphins S Gibril Wilson, “I think we’re going to be a very tight-knit group and I think we can be the best secondary in the league if we all just put our heads together and put the talent together and make it happen.”
LSU G Herman Johnson, the largest player in the draft, could be an option as a backup guard with the Patriots.
Said Jets RB Leon Washington, “We both want to get something done, and the Jets they have been expressive about wanting to get something done that’s a definite positive.”
Ravens director of player personnel Eric DeCosta thinks five to seven players who will be available with the 26th overall pick can help the team in 2009.
The Bengals are going to take a look at Ohio University S Michael Mitchell on April 14th.
The Browns still haven’t named a wide receivers coach.
The chances of QB Charlie Batch returning to the Steelers as a backup improved when QB Byron Leftwich signed with the Buccaneers.
Said Texans G.M. Rick Smith, “If it’s our turn to pick and we have an offensive player rated a lot higher than a defensive player, why should we pass up the higher-rated prospect?”
The key to the Colts’ success is having a strong draft every year.
Alabama QB John Parker Wilson is among the quarterbacks that the Jaguars have shown interest in during the run-up to the draft.
Titans DE Phil Kyle Vanden Bosch says he won’t be slowed down by the “Tom Brady rule.”
Bill Williamson of ESPN.com expects the Broncos to select a quarterback in the late rounds.
The Chiefs are expected to look for a replacement for RT Damion McIntosh in the draft.
The Raiders may be tempted to trade down from the seventh pick.
Australian P Nick Davis may be signed by the Chargers following a strong performance at a tryout in Reno, according to Aussie newspaper The Age.
Texas CB Ryan Palmer would like to play for the Cowboys.
Matt Mosley of ESPN.com thinks the Giants would prefer to trade for Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin, not Browns WR Braylon Edwards.
If the Eagles did make a big move up in the draft, who would they be targeting?
Redskins owner Dan Snyder’s company Six Flags was de-listed by the New York Stock Exchange.
Budget concerns forced the Bears to dump an ad campaign designed around QB Jay Cutler.
Said Lions CB Travis Fisher, “We just need to beat — excuse my French — but beat the [expletive] out of teams that come to Detroit.”
A look at how the Packers handle health insurance for their players.
The Vikings have had 95 percent participation in their offseason workout program.
Said Falcons LB Mike Peterson of QB Matt Ryan, “He reminds me of a young Peyton [Manning].  I was with Peyton in Indianapolis early in my career and Matt is just like him.”  [Editor's note:  So Ryan has a gigantic head?]
Steve Reed of CarolinaGrowl.com isn’t upset that the Panthers don’t have a first round pick.
With just four picks in the draft, the Saints may trade down to add more selections.
With QB Byron Leftwich signed to a two-year contract, will the Buccaneers still host a visit from Kansas State QB Josh Freeman?
The NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves donated $2,500 to a fund started in honor of Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald’s mother.
The Rams are expected to take at least one wide receiver in the draft.
Would the 49ers add a third contender for the starting quarterback job?
Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times tells the Seahawks that Texas Tech WR Michael Crabtree is the right man to take with the fourth overall pick.  [Editor's note:  And Koren Robinson was the right man for the job at No. 7 in 2001, huh?]

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14 Responses to “Monday Morning One-Liners”
  1. EnforcerSU says: Apr 13, 2009 10:05 AM

    Who is PHIL VandenBosch??
    I think you mean KYLE?!?

  2. Josh Alper says: Apr 13, 2009 10:17 AM

    Sorry guys and thanks for the heads up. Not sure who Phil Vanden Bosch is but I’m sure he isn’t slowed down by the Tom Brady rule either.

  3. Ditkas Cigar says: Apr 13, 2009 10:20 AM

    “Titans DE Phil Vanden Bosch says he won’t be slowed down by the “Tom Brady rule.”
    Hey Josh … Who the heck is this PHIL Vanden Bosch guy???

  4. dave g says: Apr 13, 2009 10:24 AM

    ‘Titans DE Phil Vanden Bosch says he won’t be slowed down by the “Tom Brady rule’
    Kyle’s evil twin???

  5. WorldChampionBears2008 says: Apr 13, 2009 11:05 AM

    Said Lions CB Travis Fisher, “We just need to beat — excuse my French — but beat the [expletive] out of teams that come to Detroit.”
    HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
    (On the floor typing this)
    You can’t be serious?!? You think that just cuz you’re the surviving member of the worst team in the history of the NFL that you can beat the [expletive] out of anybody?!? This has got to be a joke.

  6. Slow Joe says: Apr 13, 2009 11:22 AM

    Budget concerns forced the Bears to dump an ad campaign designed around QB Jay Cutler.
    He could still do Massengill ads.

  7. titans_fan says: Apr 13, 2009 11:22 AM

    ‘Titans DE Phil Vanden Bosch says he won’t be slowed down by the “Tom Brady rule’
    “Kyle’s evil twin???”
    Kyle would be the evil twin

  8. FumbleNuts says: Apr 13, 2009 12:05 PM

    “Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times tells the Seahawks that Texas Tech WR Michael Crabtree is the right man to take with the fourth overall pick.” No way the Hawks take Crabtree, look for them to take one of the TOP Offensive Tackles in the draft. They will target a receiver later in the draft.

  9. redskin316 says: Apr 13, 2009 12:29 PM

    So the ONLY Redskins info of the day is about friggin Six Flags!?! I hate one-liners like that!!!! I need a real Redskins fix!!!

  10. cantgetenough says: Apr 13, 2009 1:14 PM

    @Travis Fisher
    The Lions couldn’t beat the [expletive] out a girl scout troop.

  11. evilboy128 says: Apr 13, 2009 1:37 PM

    well, guess he couldn’t find any negative Jaguar stories to post or write about…so instead he didn’t run any Jaguar stories at all…I remember when this used to be monday morning one liners per team….but if that means running a positive Jaguar story, they obviously would rather not do that. Interesting.

  12. Kevin from Philly says: Apr 13, 2009 3:27 PM

    Ah, an article from Dave Spadaro, the Eagles Minister of Propaganda! A “bunch of fans” want a WR? Yeah, maybe a little bit – we have one pretty good guy with potential in Jackson, and a decent slot guy in Curtis and not much else. But that’s crazy to say we NEED one, ’cause you know, we only throw the ball what, maybe 80% of the time.

  13. ActionJackson says: Apr 13, 2009 4:57 PM

    Matt Mosley of ESPN.com thinks the Giants would prefer to trade for Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin, not Browns WR Braylon Edwards.
    Wow Matt Mosley sounds just like John Madden stating the obvious
    No team in the NFL would pick a guy who drops the ball on his own over a guy that gets his jaw broken and head tooken off and still goes up and catches passes

  14. titans_fan says: Apr 13, 2009 8:38 PM

    People need to lay off of Alper… putting the one-liners together can’t be the easiest thing. 32 teams, 32 different websites… that alone sounds overwhelming.

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