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Sunday morning one-liners

Although Kyle Williams doesn’t look like a prototypical 3-4 nose tackle, he may still get the job for the Bills.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald takes the Dolphins to task for botching LB Joey Porter’s release.

Should the Patriots make offensive line additions a priority during the offseason?

Reverend Michael Faulkner, who played for the Jets, is challenging longtime New York congressman Charles Rangel.

The Ravens have put together the first draft of their big board for April’s draft.

Said Bengals special teams coach Darrin Simmons of K Shayne Graham, “We’ll also have to see the likelihood of signing a free agent or
possibly getting a kicker in the draft and going that route. We could
re-sign Shayne, but we have to determine whether it is feasible and the
money involved.”

Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository thinks Drew Brees accounts for much of the difference between the Browns and Saints.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin spoke at a banquet for the opening of the Eddie Robinson Museum on the campus of Grambling University.

Texans senior defensive assistant Ray Rhodes and assistant defensive backs coach Perry Carter owe former 49ers coach Bill Walsh a large debt of gratitude.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star delves into whether or not the past is prologue, as Colts president Bill Polian contends.

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew might be rooting for his new buddy Jimmie Johnson in Sunday’s Daytona 500.

Titans LB Keith Bulluck has been named the winner of the Nashville Sports Council’s Community Spirit Award.

Broncos LB Spencer Larsen, DL LeKevin Smith, and T Brandon Gorin are heading to Harvard for the league’s entrepreneurial program.

Chiefs QB Matt Cassel hasn’t taken much time off since the end of the season.

There are questions about the feasibility of a new Raiders stadium. 

The Dolphins are said to be interested in Chargers WR Vincent Jackson, but the chance of landing him seems slim. 

Even as other teams raise their ticket prices, the Cowboys still have a healthy lead for the highest average in the NFL.

Said Giants QB Eli Manning of new quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan, “We have a good relationship and we communicate well, so I’m excited about having him in the quarterback room.” 

The Eagles have a lot of bodies at left defensive ends, but they don’t have any stars.

A look at all the restricted and unrestricted free agents on the Redskins.

It looks like the Bears will have to make do with patches instead of big fixes in free agency.

If the Chiefs keep dumping players from the previous regime, the Lions might be ready to pounce on them.

Former Packers player and coach Forrest Gregg has no hard feelings about the way his time as head coach ended.

Patrick Reusse of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune thinks QB Brett Favre’s return to the Vikings is all but certain

Re-signing backup quarterback Chris Redman is one of the big decisions facing the Falcons when free agency gets underway.

Panthers owner Jerry Richardson’s close relationships with fellow owners might be part of the reason why the team doesn’t franchise DE Julius Peppers.

Former Saints TE Mark Campbell remained retired after the team called to see if he wanted to come back in August, a decision that made the Super Bowl a bit bittersweet for him.

Former Buccaneers president Gay Culverhouse is battling her own health problems while trying to help former NFL players with theirs.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com thinks it is wise for Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt to get an extension done before the start of the post-Kurt Warner era.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch examines Shahid Khan’s bid for the Rams on the angle of inclusiveness.

Assuming he’s healthy, K Joe Nedney’s spot with the 49ers is secure for 2010.

Former Seahawks QB Brock Huard is the public face of an effort to get more Seattle fathers to take their kids to the theatre.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. edgy1957 says: Feb 14, 2010 1:32 PM

    Chiefs dumping players. Hmm, if they can stop that trend with better drafting and signings, they can be more like the Patriots and Colts instead of like the Lions. How those three teams compare when it comes to retaining their players (1999-2008): http://www.boards.edgy-sports.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2477

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