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Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills released LB Chris Ellis to make room for TE Shawn Nelson.

DE Jared Odrick is back at practice for the Dolphins.

The addition of WR Deion Branch shouldn’t fundamentally change the way the Patriots do business.

The Ravens secondary is still searching for its first interception of the season.

Cleaning up penalties will be part of the bye week work for the Bengals.

There’s no update on Browns RB Peyton Hillis’s condition.

The identity of the Steelers’ backup quarterback will likely remain unknown a while longer.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak said QB Matt Schaub wasn’t sharp on Sunday, but said there were a lot of factors contributing to his bad game.

Colts LB Clint Session is finally healthy and he played like it on Sunday.  

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said that CB Derek Cox has likely reclaimed his position with the first team.

Rookie WR Damian Williams has moved ahead of Lavelle Hawkins on the Titans depth chart.

Broncos LB Robert Ayers is expected to be out six weeks with a broken bone in his foot.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley stuck up for WR Dwayne Bowe in the wake of his key dropped pass against the Colts. 

If QB Bruce Gradkowski is healthy, he is still the Raiders starting quarterback.

Chargers WR Buster Davis lamented a key drop in Sunday’s loss to the Raiders.

Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said that RB Felix Jones will continue to get more touches going forward.

After mentioning how well he played Sunday, Giants coach Tom Coughlin took care to call out WR Hakeem Nicks for dropping what would have been a touchdown.

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson has seen his production drop with QB Kevin Kolb back in the lineup.

LB Brian Orakpo has played an essential role in the Redskins’ defensive resurgence.

The Bears scaled back Devin Hester’s role in the offense to keep him fresh for kick returns. 

Said Lions coach Jim Schwartz about not pulling WR Calvin Johnson early in a blowout win, “It was something we talked about, stepping on the throttle and finishing
what we started. So that wasn’t part of our mindset or (method of
operation) at that point in the game.”

According to backup QB Matt Flynn, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers didn’t seem any different after Sunday’s game.

The Falcons will have WR Michael Jenkins back in the lineup against the Eagles.

Said Panthers coach John Fox, “I
think at this stage we’ve got nowhere to go but up, so we’ve got plenty
to work on. We’ll use this time to freshen up the players as well as
get two hard days to improve in areas we need improvement at.”

Saints coach Sean Payton has a long to-do list for this week’s practices.

Buccaneers C Jeff Faine will miss a “significant amount of time” after reinjuring his quadriceps against the Bengals.

Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said his team found itself after dropping 10 points behind the Saints.  


A trade won’t be part of the way the Rams replace injured WR Mark Clayton.

Alex Smith will remain at quarterback for the 49ers but the offensive philosophy could be changing

Deon Butler and Golden Tate split time with the Seahawks first team offense in the wake of the Deion Branch trade.
 

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. INISHUL says: Oct 12, 2010 10:11 AM

    Sam says:
    October 12, 2010 9:36 AM
    Pretty sure the cardinals fell behind the “saints” by 10 points. I mean there not the 49ers so beating themselves is not an option…
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    I think you mean “they’re” – not “there”.
    It is hysterical, to me at least, when a person who is so quick to correct someone else’s typo, does not have a grasp of elementary grammar.

  2. smellsdelicious says: Oct 12, 2010 12:12 PM

    INISHUL says:
    October 12, 2010 10:11 AM
    Sam says:
    October 12, 2010 9:36 AM
    Pretty sure the cardinals fell behind the “saints” by 10 points. I mean there not the 49ers so beating themselves is not an option…
    ——————– ——————– ——
    I think you mean “they’re” – not “there”.
    It is hysterical, to me at least, when a person who is so quick to correct someone else’s typo, does not have a grasp of elementary grammar.
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    It is hysterical, to me at least, when a person who is so quick to critique someone’s grammar, does not realize that this site is not made to debate English and whether or not somebody is grammatically correct, you loser. Get a life. This is to discuss football and also what a loser you are.

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