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Sunday morning one-liners

Bills tight ends coach Bob Bicknell is trying to follow in the footsteps of his father, former Boston College coach Jack Bicknell.

The Dolphins rank fifth in Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports’s rankings of the best offensive lines in football.

While quarterbacks coach Bill O’Brien is expected to take a lead role, the Patriots will still use a collaborative approach to offensive playcalling.

A possible holdout by Jets CB Darrelle Revis doesn’t make much financial sense.

Ravens WR Derrick Mason thinks the team has a good shot to score 25-35 points a game this season.

John Clayton of ESPN.com is bullish about the Bengals, in part because of an improved receiving corps.

There won’t be a forced field trip this time, but Browns coach Eric Mangini is still committed to his football camp in Hartford.

Steelers assistant head coach John Mitchell thinks the team’s defensive line will be very good in 2010.

Father’s Day is a special one for Texans P Matt Turk.   

Colts coach Jim Caldwell thinks the “sky’s the limit” for WR Austin Collie.

Joshua Frase, son of former Jaguars DE Paul Frase, has become an inspiration for other kids suffering from myotubular myopathy.

With Gerald McRath suspended, veteran LB Jamie Winborn is hoping to solidify the Titans linebacking.

The Broncos are banking on age bringing success on the defensive line

Chiefs players have to avoid running into trouble between now and the start of camp.

Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha offered to kick in 50 cents to help Darrelle Revis become the highest paid cornerback in the NFL. 

Ever wanted to know what Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith’s first car was?

Former Cowboys RB Tony Dorsett doesn’t think that his position has lost luster in the NFL.

The Giants defense will be less beholden to rotation systems under defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.

There’s one town in Texas that loves QB Kevin Kolb even though he is on the Eagles.   

The acquisition of T Jamaal Brown isn’t good news for 2009 Redskins starter Stephon Heyer.

Bears CB Joshua Moore entered the draft because he needed to financially support his son

Lions S Ko Simpson isn’t certain to be ready for training camp or preseason because of a knee injury.

Checking in on the punting competition with the Packers.

Said Vikings RB Ryan Moats, “All I’m here [to do] is to help and I’m here to support. Any way I can
do that, I will.”

Reading between the lines finds a Falcons defense that’s still searching for an answer to their pass rushing problems.

There are plenty of things we won’t know about the Panthers until the season gets underway, including just who will be the team’s leader on offense. 

Newcomers will find job opportunities tough to come by at Saints camp.

Rookie receivers Arrelious Benn and Mike Williams will get plenty of chances to play leading roles for the Buccaneers this season. 

Even though QB Max Hall is his nephew, former Cowboys QB Danny White doesn’t want him playing for his arena football team unless the Cardinals send Hall packing. 

WR Laurent Robinson isn’t totally healthy yet but he’s vowing to be 100 percent ready by training camp.

The 49ers used rookie T Anthony Davis as a second tight end during short yardage work at minicamp.

Solomon Wilcots of the NFL Network thinks the outlook for the Seahawks this season is “very good.”

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. giantcatfanhouse says: Jun 20, 2010 7:13 PM

    “Even on his worst day Jake is still better than Matt and AJ.” – Fox
    Please… Fox “opened the cupboard and the pantry was stocked” he just didn’t like what he saw, so he threw them under the bus.
    When Jake got hurt, he went out in the road, picked Matt up, brushed him off, and without even an apology, put him in, cause he still had games to play, and needed a QB.
    Jake is gone, now, despite Fox, not because of him, and “the pantry was restocked” because Fox got caught with has pants down, supporting Jake and bad mouthing Moore.
    And the reason we don’t know who’s leading the offense is because Fox still thinks Jake, on his worst day, is better than Matt and won’t come out and say it again, for fear of being pants’d again. So he’s giving the image Matt MIGHT be the starter, while at the same time, he’s probably thinking of someone else in the pantry. I wouldn’t be surprised if he started someone else, besides Matt, but then again, I wouldn’t be surprised if he did start Matt.
    If Matt is selected as the starter, and Fox acknowledges that, I doubt it will be because it’s Fox’s idea. Which is why, at this stage, we don’t know anything. And to be honest, we should.

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