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Friday morning one-liners

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen predicts that the Bills will pass on Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen if he’s available at No. 9, adding that he doesn’t believe Clausen will be a top-20 overall pick.
The Dolphins hosted Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant for a “get you know you session” on Thursday night.
Gil Brandt of NFL.com refers to former Patriots draft pick and current Houston Cougars co-offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury as “a rising star in the coaching ranks.”
Jets QB Kellen Clemens says he is “in no real rush” to sign his one-year restricted free agent tender.
Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox, a potential draft target for the Ravens, had a strong personal Pro Day workout earlier this week.
Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com believes that the team might reconsider free agent WR Terrell Owens if he’s willing to accept a one-year deal in the $1.5 million range after the draft.
Contrary to previous reports, the Browns reportedly are among the teams considering trading for Seahawks OG Rob Sims.
Steelers DE Aaron Smith, coming off a torn right rotator cuff, is not being limited during the team’s offseason program.
The Colts, amazingly, have drafted just six quarterbacks in the last 19 offseasons.
Jaguars WR Troy Williamson, coming off a season-ending torn shoulder labrum, has been cleared to participate fully in the offseason program.
The Titans are shaking up their offensive line, with Eugene Amano and Leroy Harris changing roles.
Jarvis Green, who has just three sacks in his last 26 games, is projected to be the Broncos’ starting right defensive end.
Chiefs OG Brian Waters called the idea of moving Branden Albert to a position other than left tackle “totally ridiculous.”
The Raiders were far more productive and victorious last year when all three of their running backs were active.
The Chargers have formally begun their draft meetings as they prepare for April 22-24.
Numerous Cowboys, including S Ken Hamlin and WR Miles Austin, were at the Playboy Mansion last weekend.
Newly signed S Deon Grant says he felt becoming a Giant was his destiny.

What fantasy impact will the loss of QB Donovan McNabb have on Eagles WR DeSean Jackson?

The Redskins’ interest in Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen is believed to be genuine.
Could Devin Hester become a 1,200-yard receiver under new Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz?
The Packers have re-signed exclusive rights free agent TE Spencer Havner.
The Panthers have announced their preseason schedule.
South Florida S Nate Allen, who we’ve seen linked to the Saints in mock drafts, has been unable to run for scouts this offseason due to injury.
Jim Flynn of PewterReport.com selects Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy for the Bucs in this media mock draft for NFL.com.
Cardinals strength coach John Lott wants LB Joey Porter to slim down into the 240-pound range this season.
49ers QB David Carry reportedly looked “very rusty” and struggled badly on downfield throws during the team’s first round of OTAs.
USC S Will Harris, coached by current Seahawks head man Pete Carroll in college, bench pressed 225 pounds an incredible 36 times at the Trojans’ Wednesday Pro Day.
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7 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. Big Stretch says: Apr 2, 2010 10:17 AM

    I hope Mort is right about the Bills passing on Clausen if he is available, they have bigger needs than adding another young QB to the roster.

  2. overkil2 says: Apr 2, 2010 10:28 AM

    Wtf are the Fins thinking. If they take Dez Bryant at 12, Fins fans will be upset because Brandon Marshall is already a superstar and could be had for that #12 pick.

  3. fuhgyou says: Apr 2, 2010 10:46 AM

    Hack.

  4. yostros99 says: Apr 2, 2010 11:02 AM

    nothing on houston?

  5. asmbsu193 says: Apr 2, 2010 12:32 PM

    Mort is DUMB

  6. TheGuyWhoToldTimTebowToShutTheFup says: Apr 2, 2010 1:42 PM

    Get over the Dolphins taking Dez or Marshall it’s not happening

  7. LighTsouT says: Apr 2, 2010 11:53 PM

    Nothing on St. Louis? =\

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