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Saturday morning one-liners

OL Wade Smith, a member of the Chiefs the past two years, visited with the Bills on Friday.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald wonders why the Dolphins weren’t among the top bidders for WR Anquan Boldin.

The contract signed by DT Vince Wilfork should help the Patriots’ image with players inside and outside their locker room.

Former Jets and Chargers defensive coordinator Ted Cottrell got a call from the Jets while they were investigating the CB Antonio Cromartie trade.

Said WR Anquan Boldin, “I’m a piece of the puzzle for [the Ravens]. They have a
great group of guys over there. They can run the ball behind a very
good line with three running backs as good as anyone’s.”

A review of game film leads to the conclusion that the Bengals’ biggest need is at wide receiver.

Ohio State S Kurt Coleman thought he clicked with the Browns at the combine.

It was a quiet day for the Steelers, in terms of free agency at least.

With CB Dunta Robinson in Atlanta, the Texans are short on swagger in their secondary.

Said Colts LB Gary Brackett, “I really feel like we have some unfinished business. We went to the Super Bowl this year, and kind of didn’t get the job done. I feel like we were right there, and very competitive.”

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union thinks DE Reggie Hayward would be best served returning to the Jaguars.

The Titans have expressed some interest in DE Marques Douglas, who started for the Jets last season.

Said Broncos G.M. Brian Xanders, “Besides being a quality football player who is versatile, tough and smart, Justin Bannan is a quality person. He is the type of player we are looking for as we build our football team.”

The Chiefs could be a landing spot for RB Thomas Jones.

The Raiders hired Kevin Ross, a former NFL defensive back, as an assistant coach in an unspecified capacity.

The two-year contract signed by TE Kris Wilson could mean he’s climbing the team’s depth chart.

A pair of new lawsuits offer some new details about what led to the collapse of the Cowboys’ practice facility.

Giants CB Aaron Ross married two-time Olympic track gold medalist Sanya Richards at the end of last month.

The Eagles might look to restricted free agents to fill their needs at defensive end or safety.

Said Redskins G.M. Bruce Allen of how the Redskins were less active than expected on Friday, “It’s very clever how all these rumors start.So we just smile about them and let them go.”

Jim Trotter of SI.com thinks it is possible to look at the Bears’ spending spree as aggressive, desperate and foolish all at the same time.

The Lions went for substance over flash by signing WR Nate Burleson and DE Kyle Vanden Bosch, according to Bob Wojnowski of the Detroit News.

The Packers released a pair of little used defenders, S Matt Giordano and DE Michael Montgomery, on Friday.

The Vikings confirmed that K Ryan Longwell will return for the 2010 season.

How does signing CB Dunta Robinson alter the Falcons’ thinking for the draft?

James Anderson and Dan Connor will get the first shot at replacing LB Na’il Diggs with the Panthers.

Winning the Super Bowl means the Saints don’t need to make such a splash in free agency.

Former Buccaneers LB Derrick Brooks isn’t officially retired but admits his return to playing is highly unlikely.

DT Darnell Dockett weighed in on the Cardinals losing three big players with a tweet: “And people don’t think just because we lost some key guys that we aint
gone bust heads yall trippn we coming even harder and yeah ‘I SAID IT.'”

S Matt Ware might be on the Rams’ radar after spending time with coach Steve Spagnuolo when both were in Philly.

Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat finds Twitter comments made by LB Patrick Willis about 49ers interest in QB David Carr to be out of character.

Greg Johns of SeattlePI.com writes that Seahawks interest in WR Brandon Marshall is a clear sign that Tim Ruskell is no longer running the show.
    

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3 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. Bob S. says: Mar 6, 2010 9:35 AM

    Cardinals losing three big players

    first warner, then dansby, rolle and boldin
    this is not the same team anymore on either side of the ball

  2. Larry says: Mar 6, 2010 9:50 AM

    Armando Salguero wonders why most fans of the Phins think his writing is dull and unimaginative. (or at least that’s how the one-liner should read). Don’t worry Armando…we still have the rest of the beat writers that are better than you are anyway, so I won’t hold this one against you….
    With a team that has a bare cupboard of talent, giving away more than one pick for one hole isn’t very smart. Boldin would have undoubtedly helped us, but losing a 3rd and 4th rounder would have hurt more than any help Boldin could have given us. Who’s to say that Boldin wouldn’t have been hurt and missed some time or was less than 100% as has been his history ?? This isn’t sour grapes, just that the price for Boldin really outweighed his worth, in this case…

  3. TrippleThreat says: Mar 6, 2010 6:53 PM

    Said Colts LB Gary Brackett, “I really feel like we have some unfinished business. We went to the Super Bowl this year, and kind of didn’t get the job done….”
    “kind of” didn’t get the job done?
    riiiiiiight

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