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Monday morning one-liners

James Hardy and Steve Johnson appear to be the leading candidates to start at wide receiver opposite Lee Evans with the Bills.

Dolphins G Richie Incognito is trying to live up to his name while getting to work with his new team.

The Patriots released QB Andrew Walter because he made way too many mistakes on every play.

Labor uncertainty is another factor the Jets must consider when discussing a contract extension for CB Darrelle Revis.

The addition of two new receivers has Ravens QB Joe Flacco back in a learning mode this offseason.

There were a lot of good stories being told by former Bengals and other athletes at coach Marvin Lewis’s charity golf tournament.

The Browns have Scott Fujita working at right outside linebacker at this point.

One Pittsburgh columnist is tired of stories about Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.

The Texans believe that rookie CB Kareem Jackson has great potential once he adjusts to the NFL game.

The Colts have built a pass rush that many other teams are trying to duplicate.

Thanks to stepped up efforts by their sales team, the Jaguars believe they may be able to avoid blackouts this season.

Stylistically, the three Titans quarterbacks have little in common with one another.

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen wondered how he’d explain being given a Golden Cherub award to a locker room full of football players.

Playbook installation should be slightly easier at Chiefs camp because they already used so many things cooked up by offensive coordinator Charlie Weis.

Vinnie Iyer of Sporting News calls Chargers LB Larry English a pass rusher on the rise.

Charles Barkley thinks playing golf makes Cowboys QB Tony Romo a better football player.  [Editor’s note:  Unfortunately, playing basketball did nothing for Sir Charles’ golf game.]

WR Ramses Barden and TE Travis Beckum are looking to play a larger role in the Giants offense this year.

Eagles CB Marlin Jackson disputed reports that he’s been limping during workouts.

Former Redskins TE Clint Didier is running for Senate in Washington. 

The Bears have shown interest in luring QB Trent Green out of retirement as their backup.

Lions coach Jim Schwartz said LB Zach Follett has made the transition to playing off the ball.

If Packers DE Justin Harrell can’t prove he’s healthy, he probably won’t have a job in Green Bay.

Peter King of SI.com writes that he knew Vikings QB Brett Favre would return when he watched Favre and WR Sidney Rice “embrace for 45 seconds after the title game and whisper sweet nothings
into each others ears and then dab their eyes when they let go of each
other.”

A panel discussion on the merits of an open-air stadium for the Falcons.

Panthers QB Tony Pike is going to have some catching up to do thanks to the rule barring players from joining teams until their college semester is finished.

The death of former Saints DL Norman Hand has scared some of his old teammates.

Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman needs to become a leader this season.

Cardinals DT Gabe Watson has gone vegetarian to try and cut weight before the season.

Kenneth Darby and Chris Ogbonnaya believe the Rams have all the running back depth they need behind Steven Jackson. 

49ers coach Mike Singletary is on the lookout for a punt returner.

Said Seahawks LB Aaron Curry of his rookie year, “I just say it was unacceptable. My family didn’t appreciate it, my friends
didn’t appreciate it and my fans didn’t appreciate it. I kind of feel
like I let a lot of people down last year. We were just so excited, me
getting drafted so high and stuff. I really had a standard to uphold and
I didn’t.”

 

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9 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. The Real Shuxion says: May 24, 2010 9:34 AM

    One Pittsburgh columnist is tired of stories about Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.
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    That columnist outta stay away from PFT then.

  2. bgarcia says: May 24, 2010 9:41 AM

    Peter King of SI.com writes that he knew Vikings QB Brett Favre would return when he watched Favre and WR Sidney Rice “embrace for 45 seconds after the title game and whisper sweet nothings into each others ears and then dab their eyes when they let go of each other.”
    ==========================
    NO HOMO! Whoa, whoa, whoa… you mean Peter King actually watched two men embrace for 45 seconds and then continued to watch BOTH of them afterwards? That’s sounds more homo than the two embracing.

  3. racer-x says: May 24, 2010 9:50 AM

    geez, peter king has been saying for months he doesn’t know what favre would do.
    now, he saying he knew after the NFC championship game.
    man, I want to like him, but he loses credibility lately everytime he opens his mouth.

  4. Hugh says: May 24, 2010 9:59 AM

    One Pittsburgh columnist is tired of stories about Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger.
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    I’m guessing that there are a few college girls who are more tired of Ben Roethlisberger trying to rape them.
    But it’s just a guess.

  5. Juan Corsair says: May 24, 2010 10:09 AM

    Peter King of SI.com writes that he knew Vikings QB Brett Favre would return when he watched Favre and WR Sidney Rice “embrace for 45 seconds after the title game and whisper sweet nothings into each others ears and then dab their eyes when they let go of each other.”
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    LOL! I don’t care how much credibility King has been losing lately. That comment literally made me laugh out loud. I guess King is no fan of the Queens either!

  6. jimicos says: May 24, 2010 10:59 AM

    bgarcia says:
    May 24, 2010 9:41 AM
    Peter King of SI.com writes that he knew Vikings QB Brett Favre would return when he watched Favre and WR Sidney Rice “embrace for 45 seconds after the title game and whisper sweet nothings into each others ears and then dab their eyes when they let go of each other.”
    ==========================
    NO HOMO! Whoa, whoa, whoa… you mean Peter King actually watched two men embrace for 45 seconds and then continued to watch BOTH of them afterwards? That’s sounds more homo than the two embracing.
    ———————–
    Right.. So you’re saying acting like a homo is gayer than watching two guys like homos? Or is it homoes?
    Where’s Dan Quayle when you need him?

  7. bgarcia says: May 24, 2010 12:53 PM

    jimicos says: Where’s Dan Quayle when you need him?
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    Probably tickling Eric J. Massa

  8. PackAttackBackMan says: May 24, 2010 1:57 PM

    Didn’t Peter King say an NFL player told him that Favre is 100% certain he would be retiring a couple of weeks ago….
    I like King, but dude needs to STFU sometimes…..

  9. Advo says: May 24, 2010 2:09 PM

    Lots of fiber, Gabe. Fills you up and makes you feel less hungry – whatever the consequences when you make that quick trip to the washroom.

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