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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills G.M. Buddy Nix will recap the team’s draft on Thursday, April 29 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Dolphins are the subject of lots of pre-draft rumors.
President of the Patriots’ Charitable Foundation Josh Kraft will accept an award for the NFL’s focus on the Play 60 initiative.
Jets OG Brandon Moore will host a charity golf event to benefit the Jack and Jill Late-Stage Cancer Foundation on May 19.
Ravens restricted free agent WR Demetrius Williams has signed his one-year, $1.176 million tender.
Bengals LB Dhani Jones has priorities other than football.
Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen believes he’d be a great fit in Cleveland.
Solomon Wilcots of the NFL Network believes that Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger deserves a two-game suspension.
Will the Texans draft a cornerback or a running back in the first round?
The Colts may look for a pass rusher with the No. 31 overall pick.
Once-promising Jaguars S Reggie Nelson may be in his last year with Jacksonville.
South Florida DE Jason Pierre-Paul is a popular mock draft pick for the Titans at No. 16.
The Broncos’ trade of TE Tony Scheffler didn’t exactly save his fantasy value.
The Chiefs are rumored to have interest in Illinois OG Jon Asamoah, an early second-round prospect.
Idaho OG Mike Iupati could be a sleeper to be the Raiders’ choice at No. 8 overall.
Possible Chargers target Terrence Cody of Alabama will become the slowest defensive tackle to be drafted in the last 20 years.
One unnamed Cowboys scout says Maryland OT Bruce Campbell has “the best body of anyone I’ve ever seen.”
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News takes a stab at the Giants’ top-five draft targets at No. 15 overall.
The Eagles have not discussed an extension for newly acquired LB Ernie Sims, who’s entering the final year of his rookie deal.
Unsigned restricted free agent CB Carlos Rogers has agreed to an injury waiver to participate in the Redskins’ offseason program.
The Bears hosted versatile Iowa State G/C Reggie Stephens for a pre-draft visit at Halas Hall.
Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham indicated that the team has removed Florida LB Brandon Spikes from its draft board due to his slow forty time.
3-4 outside linebackers like Clay Matthews of the Packers aren’t especially easy to find.
The Vikings have reached an agreement with NBC 11 in Minnesota to broadcast the team’s preseason games and other shows.
Missouri LB Sean Weatherspoon continues to be connected to the Falcons.
The Panthers will hold a competition at strong-side linebacker this offseason, with Dan Connor and James Anderson as the leading candidates.
Saints OT Jammal Brown is reportedly on the trade block.
Buccaneers RB Cadillac Williams’ days of hitting long runs are over.
Cardinals G.M. Rod Graves says there’s “a good chance” that his team will trade up in the draft.
Watch as 49ers K Joe Nedney defeats a robot named Ziggy in a kicking competition.
Former Seahawks OG Trevor Canfield has been claimed off waivers by the Lions.

ESPN’s Mike Sando thinks that the Rams should draft a receiver with the 33rd overall pick.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. The Real Shuxion says: Apr 20, 2010 8:51 AM

    Watch as 49ers K Joe Nedney defeats a robot named Ziggy in a kicking competition.
    “Attention all robots, you can kiss our collective asses.”

  2. dibens says: Apr 20, 2010 12:10 PM

    No thanks Clausen, We are either looking for the best QB in Bradford.
    Or Eric Berry, and I would personally like to have C.j Spiller, This kid is straight up nasty.
    We have enough picks to get better. Plus I would rather have more picks and pray we get Colt McCoy.
    “Die Hard Browns Fan”

  3. edgy1957 says: Apr 20, 2010 1:05 PM

    The Vikings have reached an agreement with NBC 11 in Minnesota to broadcast the team’s preseason games and other shows.
    Looks like Bob Nelson and his kind won’t being able to make this an issue any more (At least for the next two years).

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