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Saturday morning one-liners

Jim Kelly agrees with the move the Bills made at quarterback.

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano isn’t thrilled with the performance of his kick return teams.

Whether Patriots CB Kyle Arrington gets a second straight start remains up in the air.

Jets TE Dustin Keller is riding high on confidence these days.

An increased sense of job security might be resulting in more touchbacks for Ravens K Billy Cundiff.

A visit from former Bengals T Willie Anderson was beneficial for the team’s current tackles.

Browns WR Joshua Cribbs’s role in the offense will be determined by who is playing quarterback.

Increased rest is having a good effect on the Steelers defensive line.

The Texans will be trying to improve their league worst ranking against the pass on Sunday.

The Colts have beaten the Jaguars in 12 of their last 16 games, but many of them have come down to the final possession.

Even when he plays well, Jaguars DT Terrence Knighton expects to get an earful from defensive line coach Joe Cullen. 

The Titans defense did a little jersey switcheroo during Friday’s practice.

T Ryan Harris’s return means the Broncos will have their starting offensive line together for the first time.

Said Chiefs G Brian Waters of the offensive line, “We
may not be the biggest. We may not be the strongest. We may not be the
fastest. But as a group, we feel like we
can do everything that we’re asked.”

Wide receivers Darius Heyward-Bey and Louis Murphy are both questionable, but Raiders coach Tom Cable thinks they will play.

The Chargers promoted rookie LB Kion Wilson from the practice squad to help with kick coverage units.

The Cowboys’ first Super Bowl win was voted the top memory in team history.

Clint Sintim could return to the Giants starting lineup if LB Keith Bulluck isn’t able to play on Sunday night.

If Nick Cole can’t start for the Eagles, they will turn to Max Jean-Gilles. 

Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said he’ll remain flexible about using different fronts.

Bears CB Tim Jennings made an unexpected contribution to Monday night’s victory.

DE Kyle Vanden Bosch sat out Friday’s Lions practice to rest his back.  

Packers WR James Jones wants to atone for his crucial fumble against the Bears.

Vikings LB Chad Greenway will be an honorary captain when Iowa faces Penn State on Saturday night.

TE Tony Gonzalez acknowledges that a letdown is a concern for the Falcons this week.

Defensive ends Tyler Brayton and Greg Hardy were back at practice for the Panthers.

Saints players are finding themselves on different sides as their alma maters prepare to face off this weekend.

The Buccaneers got some extra time off from coach Raheem Morris this weekend.  

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells picked up a $5,000 fine for a facemask against the Raiders.

WR Danny Amendola and DT Fred Robbins will be the Rams’ captains this week.

S Michael Lewis’s walkout is the latest sign that there isn’t much going right for the 49ers. 

Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll of when he decided to get RB Leon Washington more touches, “As he was running by me on the first of two kickoff returns for a touchdown.”

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2 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. zoviet france says: Oct 2, 2010 10:01 AM

    leon washington more touches, you think? pete carroll is a freaking mastermind

  2. PirateFreedom says: Oct 2, 2010 10:28 AM

    Wow, Kelly is talking about the next bills game as “maybe if we get some miracle plays on special teams we can compete”
    it’s hard out there for a bills fan

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