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Sunday morning one-liners

Bills LB Aaron Maybin expects the change to the 3-4 will be a boon for his productivity.

University of Tennessee NT Dan Williams looks like he’d fit well in the Dolphins defense. 

Wes Welker’s injuries could have the Patriots looking to add players like USC WR Damian Williams.

We may never see a repeat of a team drafting four players in the first round, as the Jets did in 2000.

Ravens T Jared Gaither could still get traded to a team in the market for a tackle on draft day.

Bengals C Jonathan Luigs is out until training camp after hip surgery.

ClevelandBrowns.com is looking at the 20 best draft classes in team history.

Steelers quarterbacks Charlie Batch and Dennis Dixon and WR Mike Wallace attended an event for a program devoted to mentoring young women.

The Texans announced the dates for their OTAs.

Colts scout Cal Murphy, a longtime CFL coach, was honored with a lifetime achievement award by the Canadian league.

Checking in with Jaguars DL Walter Curry as he attempts to jumpstart his NFL career.

The Titans will host Michigan DE Brandon Graham on a pre-draft visit next week.

Broncos S David Bruton thinks Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen, a college teammate, will be a good pro.

The first four picks in the draft seem to be a done deal, leaving the Chiefs as the first question mark.

Stanford T Trent Williams and the Raiders zone-blocking scheme might not be a good marriage.

Tim Sullivan of the San Diego Union Tribune looks at and disregards the possibility the Chargers will trade T Marcus McNeill.

USC CB Kevin Thomas said that the Cowboys have shown a lot of interest in him.

Draft analyst Gil Brandt expects the Giants to take South Florida DE Jason Pierre-Paul in the first round.

There might be more action to come for the Eagles at quarterback.

Jason Reid of the Washington Post wonders if Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth wants out bad enough to give back money to help it happen.

Bowling Green WR Freddie Barnes had a private workout with the Bears.

Lions S Daniel Bullocks isn’t totally healthy yet, but the Lions hope he’ll be a contributor for them next season.

The Packers have finalized the schedule for their exhibition games.

It wouldn’t be surprising to see the Vikings pick up a quarterback in the later rounds of the draft.

Will the Falcons be focused on a pass rusher in the first round of the draft?

Panthers scouts have a habit of finding players in unexpected places.

New Saints DE Alex Brown says joining the team “feels like home.”

UCLA DT Brian Price is slated for a visit with the Buccaneers.

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells feels ready to carry the load as the team’s lead rusher.

If a Missouri legislator gets his way, Rams fans won’t have to worry about blackouts.

Wide receiver isn’t a high priority for the 49ers in the draft.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll espoused some of his coaching philosophies in a recent interview.
   

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2 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. Patrick says: Apr 11, 2010 11:39 AM

    Great ! About time somebody did something about game blackouts…They want state funds for their teams,well then give access to all taxpayers to the games…They can’t fit the whole state in their stadiums so play them on TV…Blackouts are a tool/hedge for organizations with an inferior product to punish fans for not paying more in addition to what their tax dollars already pay for…NFL executive vice president Joe Browne can kiss mine…how about no incenive to make your team competitive when the stands are being filled by extortion!

  2. MikeBorio says: Apr 11, 2010 7:42 PM

    Sigh.
    Trent Williams is a product of Oklahoma, not Stanford.

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