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Saturday morning one-liners

Bob Matthews of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle makes the case for the Bills trading for Donovan McNabb.

Several members of the Dolphins appeared as guests on Friday night’s episode of Kitchen Nightmares.

Patriots CB Leigh Bodden was named one of the most improved players in the league by Pro Football Focus.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez is looking forward to being on Hard Knocks.

The Ravens sent secondary coach Chuck Pagano to watch Boise State CB Kyle Wilson’s Pro Day workout.

The wounds of the playoff loss to the Jets haven’t healed for Bengals QB Carson Palmer.

A look back at the Browns’ 2006 draft finds the team lagging behind their divisional rivals.

Fullback could be a spot the Steelers address in the draft.

The Texans’ workouts have a new look under the recently hired strength and conditioning coach Cedric Smith.

Colts RB Donald Brown hopes to use the offseason workout program as a springboard to a big 2010 season.

After bouncing around from team to team, DT Atiyyah Ellison has finally found a home with the Jaguars.

Louisiana-Lafayette DE Hall Davis and Florida Atlantic QB Rusty Smith are going to get a look from the Titans.

If the draft falls a certain way, Micah Johnson could be the third Kentucky product in the Broncos linebacking corps.

A look back at the storylines from the Chiefs season of Hard Knocks recalls the Brodie Croyle-Damon Huard quarterback battle.

Cam Inman of the Oakland Tribune hopes that the Raiders find a way to get Donovan McNabb, even if CB Nnamdi Asomugha is part of the deal.

Chargers LB Antwan Applewhite knows that a productive offseason is essential to keeping his spot on the roster after missing 15 games in 2009. 

Will the Cowboys be there to break the fall if Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant drops because of character issues?

Scouts Inc. doesn’t think much of Giants RB Brandon Jacobs.

With his future in Philadelphia in doubt, here’s a refresher on what Donovan McNabb has done for the Eagles. 

Redskins WR Santana Moss likes the way new offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan used his receivers in Houston.

David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune slams the idea of the Bears cutting ties with DE Alex Brown.

Lions G.M. Martin Mayhew spoke to CB Chris Houston before finalizing the trade with Atlanta to help alleviate any concerns Houston might have about making a move.

RB Ahman Green isn’t sure if he’ll play for the Packers or anyone else in 2010 and is spending time interning as a teacher for special needs children.

The Vikings might be hosting Maryland T Bruce Campbell in the coming days.

Said Falcons owner Arthur Blank, “Being average in this league is not acceptable. It’s not acceptable to me as
an owner. It’s not acceptable to our organization. And it certainly is
not acceptable to our fan base.”

It’s Steve Smith and a bunch of question marks for the Panthers at wide receiver.

The Saints will have to decide whether to move Malcolm Jenkins to safety if Darren Sharper doesn’t return to the team.

Tennessee S Eric Berry will be one of the draft prospects paying a visit to the Buccaneers.

Cardinals quarterbacks coach Chris Miller has a busy offseason of work with Derek Anderson and Matt Leinart ahead of him.

The Rams are talking to free agent LB Na’il Diggs about signing with the team.

Former NFL guard Adam Timmerman played a role in the process that led to Trent Baalke’s appointment as 49ers General Manager.

Greg Johns of SeattlePI.com wonders what’s going on with the Seahawks and WR Brandon Marshall.
 

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1 Response to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dakotah says: Mar 27, 2010 11:51 AM

    I really hope Jerry Jones would pass on Dez Bryant if he happens to fall that far. However, it is Jerry Jones we’re talking about.

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