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Friday morning one-liners

Bills RB Marshawn Lynch thinks his productivity goes up when his touches go up.

Dolphins QB Chad Henne said that facing off with Mike Nolan’s defense in practice has him well prepared for the Jets.

Wes Welker offered some advice to Patriots teammate Kevin Faulk about returning from a season-ending knee injury.

Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson said he isn’t gaining any special satisfaction from proving his doubters wrong in the first two weeks.

Five steps the Ravens can take to build a better QB Joe Flacco.

Andre Smith has been taking snaps at guard during practice as the Bengals try to increase his versatility.

Former Browns RB Jamal Lewis hasn’t given up thoughts of playing again.

Bill Cowher doesn’t regret stepping down as Steelers coach, but he admits to a growing desire to return to the NFL.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak had some praise for T Rashad Butler’s play in practice.

Colts DE Dwight Freeney was upset that Peter King snubbed him in a preseason ranking of pass rushers.

Thinking is proving to be a problem for Jaguars CB Derek Cox.

Titans backup QB Kerry Collins thinks that Vince Young has had a good week of practice.

What do the Broncos need to do to help Kyle Orton become an “elite” quarterback?

Jason LaCanfora of NFL.com thinks the Chiefs will try to move on from QB Matt Cassel after this season.

Raiders DT John Henderson will be a game-time decision because of his foot injury.

Chargers CB Antoine Cason said that he’s got his confidence back after a rough 2009 season.

Cowboys TE Jason Witten isn’t experiencing any lingering problems from last week’s concussion.

DE Justin Tuck thinks that he needs to school S Antrel Rolle on the “Giants way.”

Said Eagles coach Andy Reid, “I don’t think Kolb has lost one thing. He’s a franchise quarterback. He
will win games, and championships, for the Eagles. But I think it’s a
different deal when you go out there and can’t make a mistake or you’re
going to get crucified, which is the way this thing might have gone if
he went back in there now.”

The Redskins are eager to see what S Kareem Moore can do in the starting lineup.

Bears WR Devin Aromashodu’s issues with playing in the slot are the cause of his diminished playing time.

The Lions aim to continue their strong play on kick coverage against the Vikings.

Defensive linemen Ryan Pickett and B.J. Raji have been playing larger roles with the Packers this season.

Vikings C John Sullivan knows he’ll have his hands full with Lions DT Ndamukong Suh this weekend.  

Don’t expect to see much of Falcons RB Michael Turner this weekend.

Centers Chris Morris and Blake Schlueter worked out for the Panthers this week.

RB DeShawn Wynn cleared waivers and returned to the Saints practice squad.

The Buccaneers will start Cody Grimm at safety in place of Tanard Jackson. 

The Cardinals defense had a players-only meeting called by LB Joey Porter this week.

Rams RB Steven Jackson said there’s no reason to be concerned about the state of his knee.

49ers LB Patrick Willis doesn’t sound too happy with Chiefs RB Dexter McCluster’s claims of juking him when both were at Ole Miss.

Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll of DT Colin Cole, “He has made a lot of plays outside of just the nose-tackle box by
chasing the football around. The fact that he’s a big stud dude in
there, he gives us a lot of girth inside.”

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12 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. Benny Mendenberger-Ward says: Sep 24, 2010 9:41 AM

    Chargers should grab Jamal Lewis
    There isnt anything the Broncos can do to make Kyle Orton an elite QB, it is what it is, he is decent, think Rich Gannon.
    Kolb isnt a franchise QB, think Kyle Orton.
    Say what you want about Joey Porter, but he isnt afraid to be a leader.
    Someone tell McCluster that juking someone in practice doesnt count, its practice. My 13 year old son scored 2 TDs in practice yesterday from the HB position, I doubt he gets a carry on Saturday afternoon. He plays TE/WR.
    I really need Jason Witten and Michael Turner to play this week for my fantasy team, oh well, maybe I still can get Snelling off waivers.
    I like these articles Florio(or Alper), good stuff.

  2. KriegtoSkansi says: Sep 24, 2010 9:48 AM

    “The fact that he’s a big stud dude in there, he gives us a lot of girth inside.”
    THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!!!!

  3. Wonka 2 says: Sep 24, 2010 10:10 AM

    Fixing Joe Flacco implies he has some skills capable of being fixed. 3 years into the league and he is what he is. A very mediocre NFL QB, and that is all he ever will be.

  4. Jack Burton says: Sep 24, 2010 10:29 AM

    Fixing Flacco in five easy steps.
    1. Create 2 unique eye brows.
    Like shooting fish in a barrel. Bazinga

  5. ncsteeler says: Sep 24, 2010 10:37 AM

    Cowher will be back in 2011. Daughters are grown and sadly Kay has died so there’s less family ties. Several 8-8 type teams may be looking, NYG, Bears, maybe Dal (can he get along with JJ?), maybe Minn, as well as the unusual 4-12 teams such as OAK, CAR and at least one good team such as SD.

  6. Massappeal says: Sep 24, 2010 10:54 AM

    Anyone out there believe Tomlinson?????

  7. FinFan68 says: Sep 24, 2010 11:14 AM

    Cowher’s growing desire to return to the NFL is directly tied to Fox’s potential to be fired in Carolina

  8. JoeSixPack says: Sep 24, 2010 11:17 AM

    That’s great that Welker’s giving Faulk advice about coming back after an ACL repair.
    If he can do what Welker did he might be back and healthy for the playoffs.

  9. wd40 says: Sep 24, 2010 12:22 PM

    Getting cruxified in Philly????
    Ask Santa!!!

  10. wtf_seriously says: Sep 24, 2010 12:40 PM

    Good article about Tomlinson’s approach to football this season.
    Schotty’s quote sticks in my head:
    “He’s always had passion, he’s always had fire. But this is the worst guy in the world to question and criticize because he literally takes it to heart, and you see a guy that has got so much to prove.”
    If that is the case, question and criticize all you want, since it only adds gas to his tank. He is proving to many he’s still got it.

  11. Dasmol says: Sep 24, 2010 1:57 PM

    I told all the doubters that Tomlinson still had it. And like I said before, don’t be surprised if he becomes the starter by mid-season. He is one of the greatest RB’s of all time.
    Insert Kanye’s voice, “OF ALL TIME!”

  12. tnsteve says: Sep 24, 2010 2:11 PM

    “Don’t expect to see much of Falcons RB Michael Turner this weekend”
    Please be careful when you read the articles you link to. The whole article was a bunch of “what ifs.” Your statement is not a fair characterization of what the article stated and represented.

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