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Labor Day one-liners

The Bills are bringing back at lot of franchise legends for the team’s season opener.

Miami plans to roll with John Nalbone as their backup tight end.

The Patriots let go of another high recent draft pick: 2009 third-round LB Tyrone McKenzie.  (He could land on the practice squad.)

So what does Darrelle Revis’ return mean for the Jets? (They have a better chance to win.)

The Ravens won’t waste any time using newly acquired CB Josh Wilson.

The Bengals aren’t much older this year, but they are more experienced.

The Browns expect LB D’Qwell Jackson to miss at least two weeks of the season.

Eight draft picks made Pittsburgh’s final 53-man roster.

Preseason pickup QB Tom Brandstater made the Colts’ practice squad.

The Texans signed former Rams RB Chis Ogbonnaya to their practice squad.

The Jaguars re-shuffled the deck in the secondary, leaving Sean Considine the starter at free safety.

A four-game suspension has already started to drive Titans LB Gerald McRath a little crazy.

Broncos rookie WR Eric Decker has shown signs of being productive immediately.

It looks like Chiefs LB Demorrio Williams has the edge up on a starting job.

It appears that LB Quentin Groves is now a starter in Oakland.  Just like soothsayer Andy Slater said.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers says WR Patrick Crayton is picking up the team’s offense quickly

Cowboys WR Jesse Holley made the team’s practice squad once again.

Eagles coach Andy Reid confirmed that C Jamaal Jackson will be ready to start the season opener.

August legend Victor Cruz was emotional about making the Giants roster at wideout.

Former Saints T Jamaal Brown is looking for a fresh start in Washington.

The Bears strongly denied trade rumors surrounding TE Greg Olsen.

The Lions’ situation in the secondary and at linebacker remains unsettled despite recent movement.

With Kregg Lumpkin now in Tampa, the Packers only have two running backs on their roster and practice squad combined.

Percy Harvin has returned to his role on Vikings kickoff returns.

The Falcons have a lot of offensive lineman nearing free agency.

The Panthers may make rookie WR Armanti Edwards inactive on game days.

Saints S Malcolm Jenkins will be used in similar ways to Darren Sharper.

The Bucs may use starting WR Sammie Stroughter on returns during key parts of the game.

The Cardinals have plenty of reasons for concern and optimism at the opening of the 2010 season.

The Rams released T Phil Trautwein with an injury settlement.

San Francisco retained former West Virginia QB Jarrett Brown on their practice squad.

The Seahawks are one of the teams that have moved away from the West Coast offense.

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6 Responses to “Labor Day one-liners”
  1. President Florio says: Sep 6, 2010 11:10 AM

    “The Bills are bringing back at lot of franchise legends for the team’s season opener.”
    Too bad the Legends can’t play anymore

  2. Blackbeard says: Sep 6, 2010 11:47 AM

    Will OJ be there slashing and slicing his way through the crowd?

  3. ICEWALKER says: Sep 6, 2010 12:41 PM

    Packers are taking chances with only 2 RB on the roster. I hope they pick up someone to at least place on the practice squad.
    They have been lucky with injuries to the QB position (carry 2 on active roster) in the past. A roll of the dice again by Mr. Thompson.

  4. SpartaChris says: Sep 6, 2010 1:56 PM

    Packers have a RB on the Pup list who is set to return shortly. In the meantime, Kuhn will be taking the snaps as the 3rd string RB.

  5. TJ says: Sep 6, 2010 2:29 PM

    You guys should make a portion of this site for Fantasy Football with a trade review section.

  6. Mike Daly says: Sep 6, 2010 11:52 PM

    A lot to look back to (check the ’89 OT slugfest at the Oilers on YouTube), and nothing to look forward to – this summarizes the Bills and bringing back legends for their opening game.

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