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Sunday morning one-liners

Will the Bills look to upgrade their personnel at guard?

Statistics say that the Dolphins will be better off with Jake Grove at center than they were with Samson Satele.

Jim Donaldson of the Providence Journal lists his 10 best moments in Patriots history.

Said Jets DE Shaun Ellis of playing in the 3-4, “It’s very challenging because mostly you’re doing a three-man rush and
you get double-teamed a lot.  It’s a lot more fighting and clawing in
the 3-4 to get the sacks.”

Ravens DT Justin Bannan believes that recent research into mortality rates will make this generation of players take their health more seriously.

Solomon Wilcots credits former coach Dick LeBeau with helping him succeed as a member of the Bengals and helping him become a broadcaster.

Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports that the new Browns coaching staff is intrigued by NT Ahtyba Rubin.  

After his son was diagnosed with sickle-cell anemia, Steelers WR Santonio Holmes became aware that he suffered from it as a child as well.

Texans T Eric Winston breaks down the differences between left and right tackles on his blog.

If the Colts use a lot of veterans in kick coverage, it will be a sign they’re serious about improving special teams play this season.

Jaguars WR Nate Hughes, an Alcorn State alumnus who attended Steve McNair’s football camp, called McNair’s death a wake-up call about letting your guard down.

Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com rates Titans CB Cortland Finnegan third in the NFL at the position.

Frank Schwab of the Colorado Springs Gazette finds that Broncos QB Kyle Orton and Bears QB Jay Cutler didn’t look too different on paper for the early part of the 2008 season.

St. Joseph, Missouri is hoping that hosting the Chiefs’ training camp will be a boost to the city’s flagging fortunes.

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com thinks Raiders QB Jeff Garcia is the best backup in the league.

Chargers CB Antonio Cromartie admitted that being named in five paternity suits over the last two years caused him to lose focus on football at times last season.

Said Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, “Soccer wasn’t at
the back of our minds
in building the stadium.  It was front and center
alongside football.  It is one of the pieces of the puzzle we knew we
had to have in making our stadium more than just the home of the Dallas
Cowboys.”

Clifton Brown of Sporting News thinks this season is crucial for Giants WR Mario Manningham.

Will the Eagles take a shot on DE Jeremy Jarmon in Thursday’s supplemental draft?

Matt Mosley of ESPN.com wonders how Redskins QB Jason Campbell will respond after a turbulent offseason.

Bears WR Devin Hester hosted his first football camp.

Tom Kowalski of MLive.com says the Lions’ decision to release LB Alex Lewis was not a cap move.

Checking in on the battle between Durant Brooks and Jeremy Kapinos for the Packers’ punting job.

Ross Tucker of SI.com is tired of the Brett Favre to the Vikings saga, but still thinks it is good for the NFL.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution is having a reader vote on whether or not former Falcons QB Michael Vick should get another shot in the NFL. 

Will Panthers QB Jake Delhomme be able to get over his poor performance against the Cardinals in the playoffs?

Former Saints DT Brian Young will find out if a coaching career is possible after undergoing a major knee surgery.

Warren Sapp of NFL Network ranked Buccaneers T Donald Penn among his top five offensive linemen in the league.

The Cardinals have the top wide receiver group in the league, according to Adrian Hasenmeyer of FOXSports.com.  

Mike Tanier of the New York Times thinks the Rams will be better than expected this season.

If Eddie DeBartolo hadn’t lost control of the 49ers, the team might not be poised to leave San Francisco.

Peter Schrager of FOXSports.com calls Seahawks LB Aaron Curry the NFL’s next great defensive star.  [Editor’s note:  Why not Donte Whitner?]    

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6 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. whuteva says: Jul 12, 2009 10:00 AM

    Cromartie should either learn how to keep his d(u)ck in his pants or wrap that sh!t up!! damn, you would think these fools would learn from the likes of Shawn Kemp and Travis Henry.

  2. 2brauneyz says: Jul 12, 2009 10:10 AM

    Somebody needs to tell Antonio Cromartie that he’s only half the man that Travis Henry is.

  3. VoxVeritas says: Jul 12, 2009 10:17 AM

    “If Eddie DeBartolo hadn’t lost control of the 49ers, the team might not be poised to leave San Francisco. ”
    The writer of the article is sort of sloppy. The 49ers are a wholly owned subsidiary of the Edward J. DeBartolo Corp and as such, were always owned in equal shares by Eddie and his sister Denise. She didn’t gain “official ownership” in 2000, she had it since the day the ownership of the franchise was put under corporate control in violation of NFL rules against corporate ownership (49ers were fined $500,000). Maybe the 49ers would have a new stadium and wouldn’t be leaving if Eddie hadn’t tried to save a few bucks on his taxes.
    Or better yet, how about if Eddie hadn’t broken the law and found himself a convicted felon, the team might not be poised to leave SF? But that’s not right either, because San Francisco liberals have always been better at spending other people’s money than they have been at spending their own. The 49ers found little support for a new stadium when Fast Eddie and the 49ers asked for $100 million from taxpayers, and some say that they got what they got only by committing election fraud, which is another liberal hallmark.
    http://www.brasscheck.com/stadium/
    The only thing Eddie has ever been good at is writing checks on other peoples’ money anyway.

  4. SaintsBucsPanthersSUKK says: Jul 12, 2009 11:15 AM

    The San Diego Union-Tribune article says “Cromartie has been named in AT LEAST five paternity suits in the past two years”. He could be in Travis Henry and Shawn Kemp territory, but not quite “Sedale Threatt Land”.

  5. 4evrnyt says: Jul 12, 2009 12:06 PM

    only 10% of season ticket holders actually live in San Francisco. the teams headquarters and practice facility is and has been in Santa Clara for decades. It only makes sense for the team to play down in the south bay. No reason to change the name but plenty of reasons to move the games closer to the people that are actually attending them

  6. Mangy66 says: Jul 12, 2009 6:36 PM

    Maybe Matt Mosely can sniff some of the same glue that Theisman sniffed when he predicted a Pro Bowl year for Jason Campbell.
    I mean….it could happen if 8 NFC QBs decide to disclose mystery injuries, taking them out of the Pro Bowl. THEN, JC might make a Pro Bowl.

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