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Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills sound ready to pursue free agents, although no one’s sure how much they’re looking to spend.

Was giving RB Ronnie Brown a first-round tender a risky move by the Dolphins?

A “16-0″ banner honoring the Patriots’ 2007 regular season makes ESPN.com’s list of lamest arena and stadium banners.

Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News thinks the Jets will make a splashy move this offseason even thought they are hamstrung by the “Final Eight” rules governing unrestricted free agents.

The Ravens’ decision to tender WR Demetrius Williams was met with some raised eyebrows.

Players at need positions for the Bengals, like Oklahoma TE Jermaine Gresham and USC S Taylor Mays, did well at the combine.

The Browns might have offered a clue into their offseason plans with the release of C Hank Fraley.

The Steelers are starting a website allowing fans to resell their personal seat licenses.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle sees the Texans drafting either Fresno State RB Ryan Matthews or Texas S Earl Thomas in the first round.

An Indianapolis orthopedic surgeon explains how a pinched nerve in the neck might have affected Colts QB Peyton Manning.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com examines some findings that leave the Jaguars offensive line looking like one of the NFL’s worst when it comes to pass protection.

The Titans re-signed LS Ken Amato to a two-year extension

DE Le Kevin Smith was the only Broncos restricted free agent not to receive a tender offer.

The Chiefs now have the lowest payroll in the NFL.

Paul Gutierrez of the Sacramento Bee writes that it seems the Raiders have overinflated the worth of many of their restricted free agents.

Chargers WR Vincent Jackson’s trial for driving with a suspended license and expired registration is set for April.     

Said Cowboys TE Jason Witten of QB Tony Romo, “He is easy-going
and laid back. [But people ask] does he have enough to take the team; I
mean, does he have that ‘Peyton Manning’ attitude where the team’s
under his arms. He’s got that.”

Will the Giants be spenders in the free agent market?

Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News thinks DE Julius Peppers and RB Darren Sproles would be good signings for the Eagles.

Whether or not he gets a tender, DT Anthony Montgomery would like to return to the Redskins.

Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune calls thoughts of the Bears trading TE Greg Olsen foolish.

Veteran running backs like Thomas Jones and Chester Taylor might be of interest to the Lions.

The Packers have long term questions at wide receiver and defensive end that could be addressed in free agency.

Will the uncertainty about QB Brett Favre’s return affect how many season ticket holders pay their first installment on March 12th?

Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants the Falcons to make a play for DE Kyle Vanden Bosch.

The Patriots could be interested in Panthers CB Richard Marshall after the restricted free agent got a second-round tender.

QB Mark Brunell wants to return for an 18th NFL season with the Saints.

The Buccaneers are helping provide local schools with outdoor recreation equipment.

Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com thinks the team’s reported interest in QB David Carr is a sign that they are going with Matt Leinart as the starter in 2010.

The Rams have started background checks on Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford and Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen.

A look at how interested the 49ers might be in Florida CB Joe Haden after his poor showing at the combine.

Don Banks of SI.com predicts the Seahawks will sign RB Chester Taylor as a free agent

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3 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. Not a member? says: Mar 4, 2010 11:12 AM

    Hey Josh,
    Maybe you should scroll down and read yesterday’s one liners before write, or maybe check with Rosenthal. Your one liner about Brunell wanting to play for the Saints again is exactly the same as yesterday’s, and there may be more that I didn’t notice. Just sayin’.

  2. footballnut says: Mar 4, 2010 12:36 PM

    A “16-0″ banner honoring the Patriots’ 2007 regular season makes ESPN.com’s list of lamest arena and stadium banners.
    When I went to the stadium in 2008 I couldn’t believe I had seen this. Please Stacey James, please take this down.
    This is just as bad as the Colts having AFC Championship Participant banners…

  3. footballphan says: Mar 4, 2010 2:33 PM

    @footballnut:
    Why is it not an accomplishment to be the only 16-0 regular season perfect team ever? Not only did they go 16-0, they went 18-0. No one has ever done that. Not the 72 phins or the 85 bears.
    Just because they lost the SB by a FG? C’mon man. There’s always gonna be a loser and a winner in the SB, that day the Giants were the better team, and only by a lousy FG. I don’t think that should make a list of ‘worthless banners.’
    ESPN needs to find some other useless info to post–maybe ‘Westbrook’ will make another call to them. Anyone who can’t appreciate a 16-0 regular season record in a modern day schedule is either just a hater or an idiot. Yeah, it’s a shame (for them) that they didn’t win the last game, but that shouldn’t really take away from the accomplishment. ESPN once again looks like idiots.

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