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Saturday morning one-liners

The Bills re-signed TE Derek Schouman, who missed all but two games in 2009.

South Florida DE Jason Pierre-Paul and other local prospects worked out for the Dolphins.

Florida Atlantic QB Rusty Smith is expected to work out for the Patriots this weekend.

Clemson LB Ricky Sapp likes the thought of playing for Rex Ryan and the Jets.

The going rate for kickers might prove prohibitive to the Ravens.

The Bengals watched TE Reggie Kelly test his recovering Achilles on Wednesday.

Case Western Reserve QB Dan Whalen, a media relations intern with the Browns last season, will join other local prospects at a team workout this weekend.

James Walker of ESPN.com looks at what’s coming next for Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.

Former Texans WR Donovan Morgan is trying to get another shot in the NFL.

Will the Colts draft a center later this month?

The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce has “gone teal” in support of the Jaguars.

Although they already have several players at the position, Titans coach Jeff Fisher won’t rule out drafting a cornerback.

Broncos S David Bruton and Darcel McBath both know their best use right now is playing on special teams while learning from veterans.

The Chiefs have released the dates and times for their preseason games.

The Raiders held a workout with Northwestern QB Mike Kafka.

The Chargers are getting to know their new CB Donald Strickland.

DE Stephen Bowen signed his $1.759 million tender offer and will return to the Cowboys.

The Giants haven’t drafted a linebacker in the first round in 1984, a streak that may end because of their needs this year.

Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News shared some final thoughts on the week that the Eagles traded QB Donovan McNabb.

Redskins TE Chris Cooley was tasked with explaining what the team is doing with the old Jumbotron at FedEx Field.

Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune doesn’t think the Bears will cut or sign any more veterans before the draft.

A look at some of the options at running back for the Lions in the draft.

CB Al Harris’s injury figures to impact the Packers’ decision-making in the draft.  

Vikings offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell took in Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen’s Pro Day workout.

Falcons FB Ovie Mughelli has spent much of the offseason working on environmental issues.

Panthers DE Everette Brown knows that he’s being asked to fill some pretty big shoes.

The Saints confirmed that they met with quarterbacks Josh McCown and Patrick Ramsey.

The Buccaneers are offering $25 per game season tickets to fans 16-and-under.

Sandpits are a new addition to the Cardinals’ offseason workouts.

The Rams held a workout with Texas QB Colt McCoy earlier this week.

The 49ers are posting videos on their website to help explain the intricacies of the spread offense.

Said WR Reggie Williams of his workout with the Seahawks, “I have been getting myself strong, working on my routes and my quicks
and everything corresponding to football, and I feel like a better
athlete now.”

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3 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. pueblan says: Apr 10, 2010 12:24 PM

    Now we know who the Raiders will take with their first pick.

  2. edgy1957 says: Apr 10, 2010 12:52 PM

    Looking at that 49ers video reminds me that I keep forgetting to talk about the fact that the Bears don’t necessarily have to have ALL WRs out there and that Martz can have his blocking TE and that one of those WR slots can be manned by Olsen, who IS the best receiver that they have. It also ensures that the team can keep him around IF this continues to go horribly wrong and both Smith and Martz are sent packing after this year.

  3. edgy1957 says: Apr 10, 2010 1:06 PM

    I don’t buy Kafka as anything but a free agent pick up and even then practice squad.
    BTW, funny stuff about him in the comments.
    The Raiders need three things to happen for them to turn the franchise around: 1. Al Davis becomes too incapacitated to run the team and someone in his family turns the team over to a REAL GM, 2. they hire a 21st century coach, with a 21st century offense and he brings in a QB coach and an OC that their next big hope QB will respect and listen to and 3. they sign that guy 24 hours after the draft and get his head into the playbook 5 minutes after that.

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