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Monday morning one-liners

Wayne State RB Joique Bell highlighted Buffalo’s undrafted free agent signing list.

Dolphins DL Jared Odrick is used to being the “baddest man in the valley.”

The Patriots have selected 24 players over the last two drafts; the Jets have taken seven.

Jets first-round pick Kyle Wilson may join the beleaguered Mets rotation.

Second round pick LB Sergio Kindle will start out as a backup to Jarrett Johnson on the strong-side in Baltimore.

The Browns were looking for a few tough men in the 2010 draft.

The Bengals went “infomercial in primetime” according to Bengals.com writer Geoff Hobson.

Pitt defensive coordinator Phil Bennett gave the Steelers some inside information on WR Emmanuel Sanders.

The Colts earned good draft grades by doing what they always do.

2008 first-round pick Derrick Harvey, may be replaced on passing downs.

The Texans drafted an Owen Daniels clone over the weekend; the real thing is ahead of schedule in his rehab.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher confirmed RB Javon Ringer is now Chris Johnson’s backup.  (Not that he has many options.)

The Broncos didn’t do Tim Tebow any favors by taking him in the first, according to FOX’s Ed Thompson.

Kansas City placed an emphasis on character during their draft.

Many believe the Raiders draft was full of common sense.

Dallas is hoping for many of their “redshirt” rookies from last year to step up in 2010.

The Giants made Penn State T Dennis Landolt one of the biggest signing bonuses for an undrafted free agent.

Was the Eagles draft just a house of cards?

Redskins seventh-round pick Terrence Austin has a shot at winning both return jobs.

The Bears were reportedly close to signing CB Will James over the weekend.

The Lions are happy with LB Cliff Avril, who was once rumored to be on the trading block.

The undrafted free agent linebackers joining Green Bay like their chances of sticking around.

The Vikings made Jacksonville State QB Ryan Perriloux one of their undrafted free agent signings.

The Falcons view former top ten pick DL Jamaal Anderson as a defensive end/tackle now.

The Saints wanted to select DE Jerry Hughes, but the Colts beat them to it.

Could the drafting of two three-technique defensive tackles mean the Bucs are changing their defensive scheme?

The Cardinals surprisingly didn’t address the offensive line in the draft.

A tip of the cap to Matt Maiocco, who is leaving the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat after eleven years.

The Seahawks didn’t give up much to get a pair of veteran running backs.

Rams G.M. Billy Devaney sees TE Fendi Onobun as a “project in the truest sense.”

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7 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. Bob Nelson says: Apr 26, 2010 10:24 AM

    Again no Packers News?

  2. kurtz49 says: Apr 26, 2010 10:54 AM

    Matt Maiocco is the best. Where ever he ends up on May 3rd…I hope he is covering my 49ers!

  3. brasho says: Apr 26, 2010 11:00 AM

    For those of you that don’t know how the T-2 works, the NT in the front also plays one-gap. He is not the typical 0-tech NT that plays two-gaps, he plays to the side of the OC and plays what is called a 1-technique. When the Bucs drafted Booger McFarland in 98 despite having Warren Sapp in his prime, McFarland was considered an excellent 3-tech player and was considered the heir to Sapp but was drafted to play NT.
    This is why people that don’t know football shouldn’t be writing about it.

  4. Michael LaRocca says: Apr 26, 2010 11:33 AM

    I love that my comments have to wait for approval from the guy who, just last week, was writing about Brett Fart and Ben Rapistberger.

  5. Jabroni says: Apr 26, 2010 11:34 AM

    Again Bob Nelson can’t read?

  6. jusford says: Apr 26, 2010 1:10 PM

    (sshhhhh) Don’t tell Lord Favre the Vikings signed a QB.

  7. Stone says: Apr 26, 2010 3:32 PM

    I’d be interested in seeing how many of those Patriots draft picks actually made the team. Just because you throw a bunch of sh!t at the wall, doesn’t mean its all going to stick.

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