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Friday morning one-liners

Bills QB Brian Brohm believes that touch passing is one of his strong suits.

Bill O’Brien’s booming voice was heard throughout Patriots minicamp as the coach takes on a a coordinator-like role.

Rich Cimini writes that the Jets and T D’Brickashaw Ferguson haven’t even talked numbers a regarding possible contract extension.

The newest Baltimore Raven says he doesn’t have anything to prove.

Marvin Lewis enjoyed “Camp Quiet” over the last three days.

Bill Parcells would often caution against putting rookies into Canton,
but that’s exactly
what the Browns did
this week.

Following emergency surgery, Steelers DE Nick Eason lost 28 pounds in nine days.

John Oesher looks at five reasons the Colts can be happy about their team defensively.

Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle has questions regarding the Texans’ offensive line.

The Jaguars’ OTA work appropriately wrapped up with a final set of gassers. (Thanks coach!)

Have no fear, Vince Young.  Jason Whitlock of FOX has solved the NFL’s strip club problem.

Chiefs rookie TE Tony Moecki has opened eyes this offseason with his excellent hands.

The Chargers expect WR Legedu Naane to practice at the start of training camp.

Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News believes the Cowboys will keep six wideouts on their roster next season. 

It’s taking a while for Giants 2009 third-round TE Travis Beckum to develop.

No team spent less on tight ends than the Philadelphia Eagles last season.

Redskins alumni took their turn piling on Albert Haynesworth.

The rock of the Bears offensive line: G Roberto Garza.

Lions RB Kevin Smith updated his rehab during a recent local radio appearance.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy says rookie RB James Starks has natural running instincts, but has a lot to learn.

How will the Vikings will publicly characterize Brett Favre’s absence from training camp?

Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey wants Atlanta’s offense to move faster.

Bucs G.M. Mark Dominik lied when he said OL Donald Penn could be fined for missing mandatory minicamp.

Six undrafted rookies on the Panthers are now looking for work.

ESPN’s Len Pasquarelli still thinks the Saints could deal one of their “extra” offensive tackles.

We passed along projected Cardinals offensive starters early this week; here comes the defense.

Former 49ers first-round DL Kentwan Balmer made his offseason debut at minicamp.

Rams WR Brandon Gibson can’t seem to shake the injury bug.

Can Quinton Ganther carve out a role in the Seahawks backfield?

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6 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. myopinionisrighterthanyours says: Jun 18, 2010 8:25 AM

    Bucs G.M. Mark Dominik lied when he said OL Donald Penn could be fined for missing mandatory minicamp.
    That’s because he’s clueless and needs to be fired the day before yesterday.

  2. watters7 says: Jun 18, 2010 8:48 AM

    Here’s a one-liner: Jets fans are losers.

  3. DawkinsEffect says: Jun 18, 2010 9:00 AM

    why the hell would you post a link to a site where we have to PAY to see the information? I clicked on the link for the Eagles topic and BAM!! its that damn espn insider bull crap

  4. cantgetenough says: Jun 18, 2010 9:35 AM

    “Following emergency surgery, Steelers DE Nick Eason lost 28 pounds in nine days.”
    This just in: Jamarcus Russell has scheduled 3 emergency surgeries.

  5. LeRoy36 says: Jun 18, 2010 11:29 AM

    How will the Vikings will publicly characterize Brett Favre’s absence from training camp?
    How about “same ol’ same ol’?

  6. Eric Kidd says: Jun 18, 2010 12:07 PM

    Wouldn’t it be nice to have a one-liner on the Denver Broncos today?

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