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Saturday morning one-liners

Bills S George Wilson is playing Mary J. Blige’s boyfriend in a forthcoming music video for Blige’s song “Hood Love.”

Unlike some other former Cowboys, S Ken Hamlin has no connection with the Dolphins brain trust.

Patriots QB Brian Hoyer gave a video interview touting his alma mater, Michigan State, in Saturday’s Final Four.

Tim Graham of ESPN.com believes the Jets are now the most popular team to hate.

With Jay Feely off the market, the Ravens’ free agent options at kicker are dwindling.

Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes ran the drills for East Carolina’s defensive tackles Linval Joseph and Jay Ross at the school’s Pro Day.

With Willie Parker officially gone, the Steelers might be in the market for a running back on draft day. 

Said Texans owner Bob McNair of coach Gary Kubiak, “A lot of people question Gary and his mistakes and they don’t remember
that none of us is perfect. You can look at a call made and this and
that, and you can do that with anybody, any coach. If you want to find
fault with somebody, you can find it. He’s done a solid job. He’s worked
hard to find his style and strength.

You might be surprised to learn that the Colts are pretty happy with their situation at quarterback.

Jaguars DE Reggie Hayward doesn’t think the team’s defensive line got enough credit last season.

LB Steven Tulloch is working out in Miami instead of signing a waiver so he can work with the Titans as a restricted free agent.

Friday was the first anniversary of the deal that brought QB Kyle Orton to the Broncos in exchange for QB Jay Cutler.

Chiefs LB Andy Studebaker signed his exclusive rights tender offer

Raiders WR Johnnie Lee Higgins’s goals for the 2010 season are to “get into the end zone and do whatever is needed to help this team win.

Said Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith, “I understand the passion of the fans and they
may or may not agree with some of the moves that we do.  And I can’t help
that. The one thing that we do agree [on], where we’re all on board, is
we need a running back.  Other than that, it’s just speculation and
opinions about what we need to get better.”

David Moore of the Dallas Morning News thinks the success of their 2009 moves helped the Cowboys get comfortable with cutting T Flozell Adams and S Ken Hamlin.

ESPNNewYork.com launched with a debate about whether the Giants or Jets were the leading football team in the city.

Eagles CB Sheldon Brown became the fifth player over 30 to leave the team this offseason.

WR Devin Thomas feels ready to step up and become a Redskins leader.

The Bears put UNLV OL Joe Hawley through a private workout.

Former Lions CB Philip Buchanon said that he and coach Jim Schwartz just didn’t click.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy has been taking in the Pro Days of several collegiate quarterbacks.

Vikings LB Jasper Brinkley tried out curling as part of a benefit for diabetes.

Falcons LB Curtis Lofton hopes to have a bigger impact on the field this season.

Panthers coach John Fox watched UCLA WR Terrence Austin at the school’s Pro Day

Saints DE Will Smith says that winning the Super Bowl hasn’t changed him.

The Buccaneers are planning meetings with Ole Miss RB Dexter McCluster and Maryland S Terrell Skinner. 

New Cardinals K Jay Feely shares ex-Cardinals K Neil Rackers’s comfort with making tackles on special teams.

If the Rams choose Sam Bradford, might they make a deal for Broncos WR Brandon Marshall?

49ers T Alex Boone has dropped 15 pounds and is in improved overall physical condition at OTAs.

Does Oklahoma T Trent Williams fit what Seahawks offensive line coach Alex Gibbs likes to do up front?
  

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6 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. Kelvin says: Apr 3, 2010 8:54 AM

    Ummmm….maybe the Miami Herald should have a fact checker.
    As this site points out (www.thephinsider.com), Ireland was still therewhen Hamlin signed w/ Dallas in 2007. He and Sparano left in 2008 after Hamlin had his 5 interception seasin with the Cowboys.
    And to think….that writer for the Herald gets PAID to cover the Dolphins. WOW!
    Time to replace him!

  2. imalwaysright says: Apr 3, 2010 10:28 AM

    Nobody is more hated than the self annointed America’s team-the cowturds

  3. DINO says: Apr 3, 2010 10:51 AM

    thats why you were cut Buchanan… good luck in DC… if u play better there then we will know the deal.. you and the defense did not mesh

  4. bleedbrownandorange says: Apr 3, 2010 11:07 AM

    Browns?

  5. Filbertkiwi71 says: Apr 3, 2010 11:26 AM

    Don’t be shocked of Sproles gets traded, he had to sign his tender before a trade can be made anyway.

  6. edgy1957 says: Apr 3, 2010 12:48 PM

    Geez, how can that boob from Miami come up with that “fact” because he obviously was either just hired or didn’t pay attention to when the Sparanos hit town.
    I don’t buy that the Jets have passed the Cowboys, who seem to be at the top of the list of teams that people love to hate.
    Cutler apologists should note that the trade resulted in the offenses in both cities turning into what the other team’s offense was in the previous year and that their “success” swapped as well (Cutler, who has never had a winning season, is 23-30 as a starter while Orton, who has never had a losing season, is 29-19. Cutler’s thrown an interception in 73.6% of his games while Orton has thrown one in 49.0%).

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