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NFC West training camp one-liners

Niners holdout wide receiver Michael Crabtree can’t study his playbook because the don’t let players take them home after OTAs. 

Tim Hightower is putting distance between himself and Beanie Wells at running back.
 
Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo’s difficult mission: recreate New York’s pass rush in St. Louis with DEs James Hall, Leonard Little, and Chris Long.

Seahawks LB Aaron Curry didn’t waste any time jumping into his first practice.


Kurt Warner enjoys putting pressure on himself.

The Cardinals are hopeful rookie RB Beanie Wells will return to individual drills Monday.

Cardinals reserve T Elliot Vallejo dislocated his kneecap Saturday.

With WR Brandon Jones out, the 49ers signed receiver Chris Francies for depth.

Dominique Ziegler may be ahead of receivers Arnaz Battle and Jason Hill in the battle to replace Jones.

Our own Tom Curran is leading the Alex Smith for starting quarterback bandwagon.

Seahawks LB Aaron Curry was napping Saturday when he became $60 million richer.

Seattle starting center Chris Spencer appears to have avoided a major injury after getting carted out of practice with an ankle injury

WR Courtney Taylor is a Seahawks training camp hero.  Again.

The Rams already have a strategy to combat Albert Haynesworth when they play this year.

Shocking news from the Rams’ scrimmage: T Alex Barron was flagged for a false start.

St. Louis special teamer Eric Bassey (knee) may be out for the season.
 

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1 Response to “NFC West training camp one-liners”
  1. FumbleNuts says: Aug 9, 2009 4:10 PM

    Seahawks LB Aaron Curry will be a defensive STAR for many many years to come.

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