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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills QB Trent Edwards is a big fan of his young receivers.

Newly signed Dolphins LB Tim Dobbins is having the football equivalent of a midlife crisis.

Patriots G Logan Mankins is one of many members of the class of 2005 to be in the headlines this offseason.

Another day, another article noting that Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson didn’t stand out during the offseason.

Scout’s Inc. sees the Ravens as owners of the best offense in the AFC North.

Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco narrowly cracked FOX’s top 100 players in the NFL.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak is optimistic RB Steve Slaton will be cleared for live contact after a checkup this week.

Even an offense as good as the Colts has five concerns entering the summer.

Mike Thomas and Jarrett Dillard currently line up as the No. 2 and No. 3 receivers in Jacksonville.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher on undrafted rookie RB LeGarrette Blount: “He has some unique skills that are different from the others on our
roster.”  [Editor’s note:  Apparently, he already has shared some of them with Vince Young.]

Broncos DT Jamal Williams believes his experience against the AFC West will help him in Denver.

Former Kansas City Chiefs WR Devard Darling wants back in to the NFL.  (And not the UFL.)

Why do people dislike Cowboys owner Jerry Jones so much?

The Giants cut five players on Monday, including P Jy Bond.

The state of the Eagles wide receivers is next up on philly.com’s countdown to training camp.

Concern regarding new Redskins T Jammal Brown’s durability goes all the way back to his days at Oklahoma.

Come sail away with Jay Cutler this Thursday for a good cause. 

The “Will Heller Experiment” won’t get his own shoe, but the Lions are happy with him.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy doubts Al Harris will be ready for training camp.  “I’m sure Al may tell you something differently,” McCarthy said.

Just in case you were wondering: The Vikings are not strong contenders to get Albert Haynesworth.

Atlanta’s front office has enjoyed a businesslike offseason.

There is a bright side to Panthers WR Steve Smith’s injury.  (Really.)

Saints fans need to check out Sean Payton’s awesome video breakdown of the Super Bowl that Mike Triplette of the New Orleans Times-Picayune put together.

The Bucs practiced without tight end Kellen Winslow, defensive tackle Brian Price, and cornerback
Myron Lewis as mandatory minicamp opened on Monday.

Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic explains that Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt was hardly enthralled with WR Ed Gant even before his suspension was announced.

Top 49ers draft pick T Anthony Davis struggled with false starts during minicamp. (The next Alex Barron?)

There has been an unexplained delay in the release of Rams LB K.C. Asiodu.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll confirmed DT Brandon Mebane will stay at the three technique position this season.

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6 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. The_Emperor says: Jun 22, 2010 8:43 AM

    Jerry Jones reminds me of the rich Texan from the Simpsons. Then again, I always was able to compare Robert Kraft to Mr. Burns…

  2. racer-x says: Jun 22, 2010 9:24 AM

    Titans coach Jeff Fisher on undrafted rookie RB LeGarrette Blount: “He has some unique skills that are different from the others on our roster”
    Come on, that’s simply too easy…
    Seriously, this guy is going to be a beast. It make take 4 years and moving to another team to get a starting job, but he will be a stud.

  3. digitalbath says: Jun 22, 2010 9:28 AM

    in regards to the ravens post, i am a ravens fan,and yes it is starting to get a little scary with all the “expert” and analysts picking them,they really havent done much and as a fan i think they are getting way too muchpraise for having never beat the top tier teams on a reg basis

  4. ZombieRevolution says: Jun 22, 2010 10:50 AM

    Typical PFT for LT “Another day, another article noting that Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson didn’t stand out during the Spring.”
    What else did the article say: “Making a definitive statement about a running back in non-contact drills is like critiquing a movie based on the trailer. ” And “According to running backs coach Anthony Lynn, “I see myself as having two starters. (Tomlinson and Greene)”
    With half the posts in PFT you get “insert bias here”….

  5. Iscull says: Jun 22, 2010 11:47 AM

    digitalbath just relax. their going to have a bombsquad this year. can’t wait to play in Pitt.

  6. Hawkfan50 says: Jun 22, 2010 2:48 PM

    “T Anthony Davis: The path to NFL stardom apparently will be filled with potholes for Davis. It’s hard to get an accurate read in non-contact drills, but the big kid occasionally struggled with both timing (false starts) and pass blocking. By the minicamp, he was getting fewer first-team reps than fellow rookie lineman Mike Iupati.”
    HA ! Wait until he plays at Qwest Field to open the season and the 12th Man is in full roar . This is going to be fun .

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