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Friday morning one-liners

Bills TE Shawn Nelson practiced fully for the second straight day on Thursday and should be in the lineup on Sunday.

Will the Dolphins pass rush be able to disrupt Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger?

Rookie DE Brandon Deaderick has made a rapid rise up the Patriots depth chart.

Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson on his comeback season, his offensive line and the origins of his touchdown celebration.

Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron defended himself against accusations that he’s too conservative.

Bengals rookie TE Jermaine Greshem is modeling himself after Tony Gonzalez.

Rookie WR Carlton Mitchell will have a chance to step up for the Browns this weekend.

Steelers DE Nick Eason is going to be starting in place of Brett Keisel against the Dolphins.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak told his team that they’ve got to get better in pass defense in a hurry.

Said Colts president Bill Polian of the team’s glut of injured players, “It’s the game. It is what it is.”

Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter defended his play calling by saying that QB Trent Edwards didn’t have full grasp of the offense. 

Titans WR Damian Williams might be hoping for Kerry Collins at quarterback this weekend.

Playing opposite Champ Bailey has kept Broncos rookie CB Perrish Cox busy this season.

Heart surgery at the age of 13 helped propel KR Javier Arenas on his path to the Chiefs. 

Zone coverage has not worked out well for the Raiders defense.

It looks like the Chargers will activate WR Seyi Ajirotutu from the practice squad.

Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins should get used to being picked on by opposing quarterbacks.

The injury news isn’t getting any better for Giants DE Mathias Kiwanuka.

Eagles T King Dunlap is making a return to his hometown of Nashville as a starter this weekend.

The Redskins defense is on pace to allow the second-most yards of all time.

Bears S Major Wright is back at practice but there’s no timetable for his return to game action.

The health of LB DeAndre Levy will determine where newly signed Bobby Carpenter lines up for the Lions. 

Said Packers LB Nick Barnett, who went on injured reserve this week, “You can bet your money next year that I will be a beast. I guarantee you that. Put it in the bank.”

Vikings WR Percy Harvin is on the injury report, but reports from practice found him in fine condition.

Falcons WR Roddy White doesn’t know the names of the Bengals defensive backs, but he’s still planning on lighting them up.

The Panthers shuffled their offensive line: Geoff Schwartz will go from right tackle to right guard and Garry Williams will make his first NFL start at tackle.

Leigh Torrence is set to make his first start for the Saints if CB Jabari Greer can’t play. 

Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris is “really intrigued” by WR Arrelious Benn’s development of late.

Alan Branch is now splitting time with Calais Campbell on the Cardinals defensive line.

Said Rams RB Steven Jackson of his prodigious rushing totals, “None of it really has satisfied me, and I don’t think that
satisfaction will come until I’m a part of a winning organization.”

49ers QB Alex Smith has the league’s highest completion percentage in the red zone.

An animated version of Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck made an appearance on this week’s episode of “South Park.”
   

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1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. olcap says: Oct 22, 2010 11:47 AM

    What a laugh – Raheem Morris doesn’t even know what the word “Intrigued” means.

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