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Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills players are defending coach Dick Jauron against criticisms for their poor start.

Said Dolphins LB Akin Ayodele of the Jets, “You know there’s no love, It will feel great once we put that whooping on them.”

The Patriots still hope that they’ll be able to use WR Brandon Tate this season.

Jets coach Rex Ryan is excited about having LB Calvin Pace back from a four-game suspension.

After being a bit too excited at the start, Ravens LB Daniel Ellerbe played well in his first NFL start.

The Bengals had LS Nathan Hodel in for a workout, but are sticking with Brad St. Louis.

Browns S Brodney Pool is starting to playing up to his potential.

RB Rashard Mendenhall’s strong game on Sunday night gives the Steelers a bit of a tailback controversy.

The Texans will sign former Titans RB Chris Henry to their practice squad.

DT Eric Foster is continuing a Colts tradition by taking some snaps at fullback.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com breaks down what led to a big play by Jaguars WR Ernest Wilford on Sunday.

The Titans have lost the balance between running backs Chris Johnson and LenDale White that they had last season. 

Said Broncos defensive coordinator Mike Nolan of LB Elvis Dumervil, “He is a little shorter and people bring it to his attention, including me, but he overcomes it. He’s very competitive.”

Chiefs coach Todd Haley sees the team’s difficult schedule as a learning experience.

The Raiders had T Langston Walker in for a workout and reportedly cut CB Justin Miller.

Said Chargers T Marcus McNeill of the bye week, “We came out Week 1 and had a lot of guys get banged up.  We need to get everybody back closer to full strength.”

With the Cowboys struggling with tackling, coach Wade Phillips may need to alter his no-tackling policy at practices. 

Giants linebackers Michael Boley and Bryan Kehl each had surgery on Tuesday.

The Eagles say that they aren’t taking the winless Buccaneers lightly.

The Redskins are getting contributions from many of this year’s draft picks.

Bears DT Israel Idonije had knee surgery and is expected back on October 25th.

The Lions waived LB Darnell Bing and elevated LB Zach Follett from the practice squad.

With KR Will Blackmon lost for the season to a torn ACL, the Packers will use WR Jordy Nelson as their kickoff returner.

A goal-line stand in the third quarter on Monday night was being celebrated by the Vikings defense on Tuesday.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wonders what the Falcons are concerned about on their defensive line.

Panthers veterans are preaching taking the rest of the season one game at a time.

The Saints got an unexpected day off from practice on Tuesday.

Buccaneers QB Josh Johnson didn’t look to throw downfield much in his first start.

If the Cardinals can reel off some wins, an early bye may be part of the reason why they righted the ship.

The Rams added LB Lamar Myles and NT Adrian Grady to their practice squad.

A plus-5 turnover margin has been one of the most impressive stats of the 49ers start.

There haven’t been many big plays for the Seahawks offense this season.
     

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2 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. Quagmire says: Oct 7, 2009 12:23 PM

    “With the Cowboys struggling with tackling, coach Wade Phillips may need to alter his no-tackling policy at practices”.
    The real Sgt. Carter would never have a no-tackling policy at practice.

  2. Freemak says: Oct 7, 2009 1:59 PM

    Said Broncos defensive coordinator Mike Nolan of LB Elvis Dumervil, “He is a little shorter and people bring it to his attention, including me, but he overcomes it. He’s very competitive.”
    Great job Elvis…..but could you work on getting a little taller this week?…WTF?

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