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Saturday morning one-liners

Oklahoma T Trent Williams might be a possibility for the Bills with the ninth pick of the draft.

The Dolphins have promoted former WR Nat Moore to vice president/senior advisor to team CEO Mike Dee.

Said Patriots LB Tully Banta-Cain on the question of team leaders, “Yeah, we have leaders all over the place.”

RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s day with the Jets started with a gift basket for his child and ended with dinner at a Donald Trump-owned golf course.

A look at some mid-round receiver prospects that the Ravens might select in the draft.

Said Bengals WR Antonio Bryant, “I’m a little bit more physical than probably what they’re used to. You
have to have each side of the scale to balance out the situation in the
offense. I know there’s a lot of ins and outs in the offense and what I
can do is bring a little more toughness to the game.”

The Browns re-signed LB Jason Trusnik to a one-year contract.

Members of the Steelers organization played a basketball game against high schoolers to raise money for local youth football.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak says that it’s often easier said than done to trade down during the draft. 

An examination of the Colts tight ends is mostly a discussion of Dallas Clark’s fine season.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union thinks that the risk of not improving the Jaguars pass rush was greater than the risk of injury to DE Aaron Kampman.

The Patriots might make a good landing spot for Titans restricted free agent TE Bo Scaife.

Don’t look for the Broncos to restructure CB Champ Bailey’s contract this season.

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles was honored by the historical society of his hometown of Port Arthur on Friday.

Here are five reasons why the Raiders should sign WR Terrell Owens.

Chargers restricted free agent QB Charlie Whitehurst could be moving to another team.

It will cost $25 to park to watch the implosion of Texas Stadium.

CB Bruce Johnson leads the Giants in performance-based pay.

The Eagles’ offseason conditioning program starts for young veterans on Monday.

Jason Reid of the Washington Post tries to figure out how a Larry Johnson-Clinton Portis backfield would work.

Bears RB Chester Taylor is going from playing with Adrian Peterson to wearing the number last worn by the other Adrian Peterson.

The Lions liked S Caleb Campbell enough to draft him out of Army and now they’ll actually get to have him on the field.

The Packers’ throwback uniforms got a positive response at the team’s Fan Fest.

The Vikings could face a fight for restricted free agent FB Naufahu Tahi.

New Falcons CB Dunta Robinson hopes to make an impact off the field as well.

Panthers CB Captain Munnerlyn led the team with $209,631 in bonuses in the league’s performance-pay system.

Linebacker and defensive end remain spots the Saints would like to address in free agency.

A position-by-position review of the Buccaneers and suggestions of changes that need to be made.

An update on the chances that LB Joey Porter winds up with the Cardinals.

LB Na’il Diggs paid a visit to the Rams on Friday.

A marketing study concludes that the 49ers have sold seats on the cheap for a long time.

Are the Seahawks being too patient in their approach with free agents?

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6 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. MrHumble says: Mar 13, 2010 12:34 PM

    “The Packers’ throwback uniforms got a positive response at the team’s Fan Fest. “…….LMAO, a Packer player could take home a packer fan’s wife for the price of a beer and the fan would give it a “positive response”…….

  2. DCViking says: Mar 13, 2010 12:43 PM

    Somebody else want’s Tahi again???

  3. .VoxVeritas says: Mar 13, 2010 1:11 PM

    “It will cost $25 to park to watch the implosion of Texas Stadium. ”
    But you can watch the 0-3gles implosion for FREE.

  4. Saint33 says: Mar 13, 2010 3:19 PM

    is it really a fight if you don’t throw any counter punches?
    At least I’m hoping the Vikings don’t. I mean they were dumb enough to match the Bengals offer once already, just let them take that bum this time. Tahi couldn’t block a 12 year old girl

  5. patpatriotagain says: Mar 13, 2010 4:06 PM

    did ben rape any HS cheerleaders?

  6. Brewster says: Mar 13, 2010 7:22 PM

    According to a sports marketing consultant from USC’s Marshall school of business:
    “A marketing study concludes that the 49ers have sold seats on the cheap for a long time.”
    And so because 49’s management was inept and under priced tickets for years it’s now time to gouge (some seats are 400% higher) season ticket holders by making up for management’s sloppy work?
    Nice thinking, we screwed up and now you have to pay for our mistakes.

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