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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills DL Marcus Stroud plans to return to practice on Wednesday.

Jets coach Rex Ryan was impressed with RB Joe McKnight’s play on special teams.

Ravens DE Paul Kruger could miss up to a month as a result of a knee injury.

Signs point toward Bengals WR Jordan Shipley missing the team’s next game.

Browns coach Eric Mangini had nothing but good things to say about the performance of LB Matt Roth.

Said Steelers S Ryan Clark, “Sometimes
when you are riding high, you don’t look at your mistakes, look at the
things you do wrong, as tough as you should. We definitely need to dissect this.”

Texans S Bernard Pollard had a stinger against the Raiders, but the team expects him to be fine.

WR James Hardy is expected to meet with the Colts this week.

Jaguars DE Derrick Harvey is losing snaps to Jeremy Mincey.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher stopped short of placing LB Gerald McRath in the starting lineup upon his return from suspension.

Robert Ayers was drafted as a pass rusher, but the Broncos love the way he’s been playing the run.

The improved Chiefs defense is looking forward to its date with Peyton Manning.  

Raiders coach Tom Cable isn’t happy with his team’s play at the line of scrimmage.

The Chargers might be in the market for some help at outside linebacker.

Coming off a bye week, the Cowboys expect to be fully healthy for their game against the Titans.

The Giants are going to use Justin Tuck as a linebacker in some packages while Mathias Kiwanuka is out.

Penalties have been a consistent thorn in the Eagles’ side this season.  

DT Albert Haynesworth’s play on Sunday earned him some praise from Redskins coach Mike Shanahan.

Bears coach Lovie Smith was pleased with how QB Caleb Hanie did when he was thrust into Sunday night’s game.

Lions WR Nate Burleson was running on Monday and expects to play on Sunday.

The Packers could get creative to cover for the absence of S Morgan Burnett.

A lack of sacks isn’t a cause for concern for Vikings pass rushers.

Falcons LB Robert James talked about his suspension and the reasons for it upon his return to the team on Monday.  

The Panthers expect to have LB Jamar Williams back in the lineup this weekend.

Unemployed safeties would be advised to send their resumes to the Saints.

The Buccaneers have been easing RB Cadillac Williams into a lesser role this season.

There’s a defensive controversy to go with the quarterback controversy for the Cardinals.

Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has to remind himself that Rams QB Sam Bradford is a rookie.

49ers coach Mike Singletary thought QB Alex Smith “played a decent game” against the Falcons.

OL Chester Pitts won’t need to forward his mail; He’s back with the Seahawks.
 

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. Simon12345 says: Oct 5, 2010 10:36 AM

    “DT Albert Haynesworth’s play on Sunday earned him some praise from Redskins coach Mike Shanahan.”
    Somehow I think if this had been a negative story, then it would have been a whole commentary by itself. However, in light of all the many stories that have been posted about how the Skins have used Haynesworth, this tidbit is significant. He played 30 snaps in the game, his most by far, and he’s at least attempting to get with the program now and getting praise for it. This is something almost no commentators or posters would have predicted. Who knows if it’ll keep up but an interesting detail in light of all the discussion we’ve had on this very point.

  2. Hooby says: Oct 5, 2010 12:08 PM

    penalties are a consistent thorn in the eagles side because the refs make consistent mistakes

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