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Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills rookie DE Alex Carrington juggled football, school and raising a son during his time at Arkansas State.

If the opportunity arises, should the Dolphins go after S O.J. Atogwe?

Former Patriots WR Troy Brown will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame this summer.

Rookie CB Kyle Wilson talks about meeting Jets coach Rex Ryan and becoming a part of the defense

CB Travis Fisher will get a second tryout with the Ravens at next week’s minicamp.

Said S Gibril Wilson of joining the Bengals, “This was probably the best situation for me. I embraced it. I looked at
other spots and this was the best spot for me.”

Browns coach Eric Mangini said he expects to have DT Shaun Rogers in the lineup this season.

The Steelers signed WR Isaiah Williams to fill the roster spot vacated by Limas Sweed.

Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle believes allowing Texans LB Brian Cushing to keep the defensive rookie of the year award would allow the ends to justify the means.

Colts QB Peyton Manning answered questions from 500 kids as part of his Project 18 Challenge.

The Jaguars looked good and young in 2006, but never really capitalized on that status.

Former Titans C Kevin Mawae has been doing a lot to help out those struggling after the floods in Nashville.

Floyd Little’s son will serve as presenter for the former Broncos star at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

The Chiefs are hoping that the combination of a renovated stadium and team will goose ticket sales.

Ice Cube’s documentary about the Raiders, Straight Outta L.A., debuted on ESPN on Tuesday night.

Will RB Ryan Matthews be able to provide balance to the Chargers offense?

Cowboys QB Tony Romo made the cut for the next round of qualifying for the Byron Nelson Championship.

Former Giants LB Brian Kelley has been selected to the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame 2010 Divisional Hall of Fame Class.

Yards after the catch will play a big role in the Eagles offense this season.

DT Adam Carriker hopes a reunion with Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett will provide a lift to his game.

How well will WR Johnny Knox fit in the Bears offense under Mike Martz?

The Lions released WR Kole Heckendorf and signed TE John Madsen, last seen in the UFL.

Packers T Chad Clifton’s farm has been damaged in the Tennessee floods.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson ran for zero or negative yardage 23.8 percent of the time in 2009, the ninth-worst in the NFL.

Falcons DE John Abraham doesn’t feel like he’s slowing down.

Steve Reed of CarolinaGrowl.com doesn’t think there’s much chance Matt Moore won’t be the starting Panthers quarterback in 2010.

The Saints are confident WR Robert Meachem will be healthy enough to start training camp on time.

With T Jeremy Trueblood signing his tender, it’s worth asking what’s going on with the Buccaneers and T Donald Penn.

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is happy with what he’s seen from his new offensive starters thus far.

Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks the ongoing saga concerning team ownership has left the Rams and their fans in limbo.

Now that their numbers have been given away, there’s not much chance cornerbacks Dre’ Bly or Walt Harris will be back with the 49ers.

The strengths and weaknesses of QB Charlie Whitehurst’s game have been in evidence at Seahawks practices.
     

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3 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. franco says: May 12, 2010 8:59 AM

    In response to the Chiefs article Merriam-Webster defines the verb form of goose as:
    “to poke between the buttocks with an upward thrust”

  2. FriarBob says: May 12, 2010 1:08 PM

    Falcons DE John Abraham doesn’t feel like he’s slowing down, huh?
    Well he’s right. An object that has never started moving can’t slow down.

  3. The Real Shuxion says: May 12, 2010 1:55 PM

    Former Patriots WR Troy Brown will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame this summer.
    ——————————————————
    Congratulations, how can you not love Troy Brown? He is the epitome (probably spelled that wrong) of a football player.

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