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Wednesday morning one-liners

After picking off nine passes in 2009, Bills S Jairus Byrd doesn’t have an interception yet this season.

Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall would be perfectly fine with playing alongside Randy Moss.

RB Fred Taylor’s ability to practice with the Patriots this week is still up in the air.

The Jets’ third-down defense was improved against the Packers.

It’s expected that CB Fabian Washington will be back in the starting lineup for the Ravens this weekend.

Bengals WR Jerome Simpson has struggled to adapt to the NFL game.

Browns president Mike Holmgren didn’t share his opinion on who should be the team’s starting quarterback.

Mike Tomlin regrets not challenging a possible touchdown by Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall on Sunday night. 

Texans coach Gary Kubiak thinks that playing on turf contributed to WR Andre Johnson’s ankle soreness.

Colts coach Jim Caldwell was happy with what he saw from his kick returners on Monday night.

The foundation run by Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio has donated 24 defibrillators to youth athletic centers around Florida.

Who predicted Titans QB Vince Young as the NFL’s passer rating leader after eight weeks?

Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil’s rehab from a torn pectoral muscle has been going well.

The Chiefs have seen improvement across their offensive line.  

The arrival of offensive coordinator Hue Jackson has been crucial for the Raiders. 

Said Chargers RB Mike Tolbert, “I’m a pretty old-school guy.
Otis Redding, the Temptations, like that. I’m also 24 years old, so I
have to have a little of the new school. The Maserati’s the now. All
eyes are on the Maserati. The Caprice, it’s flashy, but not flashy at
the same time. A car like that, you’ve got to put work and time into it.
That represents me well.”

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is arguing against making “feel-good” moves because they only help in the short term. 

The Giants are pleased with the progress made by rookie DE Jason Pierre-Paul.

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson saw a neurologist on Tuesday and is expected to practice on Wednesday.

Andre Carter has moved back to defensive end from linebacker for the Redskins. 

The Bears don’t think that their receivers are the problem with the passing game.

A look at the film from Sunday shows a different style from Lions RB Kevin Smith.

With S Atari Bigby and CB Al Harris eligible to come off the PUP list, the Packers released DE Michael Montgomery. 

Bob Sansevere of the Pioneer Press thinks the Vikings would make for a good reality TV show.

The Falcons feel they have a plan to deal with the takeaway-happy Buccaneers secondary.

Panthers practice squad OL Shawn Murphy has tried to forge an athletic path that’s different from the one his father, two-time National League MVP Dale Murphy followed.

A review of the film from Sunday night shows that the Saints’ goal-line stand set the tone for their victory.

The Buccaneers don’t expect to have DT Brian Price back in action until after the 2011 Draft.

The Cardinals’ one-two punch at running back hasn’t been as powerful as expected. 

Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch still thinks RB Steven Jackson is the MVP of the Rams.

Said 49ers coach Mike Singletary of QB Troy Smith, “I told him what you did was your job, and I appreciate that. Now let’s not just be a one-game guy. Now we have to continue to be more detailed about what we’re doing.”

The Seahawks had a major roster shakeup on Tuesday with DL Red Bryant and G Ben Hamilton going on injured reserve, RB Quinton Ganther and CB Nate Ness getting cut and DT Frank Okam joining the active roster.
  

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2 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. Oklahoma_Seahawk says: Nov 3, 2010 10:02 AM

    I’m beginning to have flashbacks to the 08 season when the Seahawks were so beat up they were pullin cornerbacks off the street. Can I fast forward 2yrs afta tha rebuildin process is done…?

  2. kellyb91985 says: Nov 3, 2010 11:36 AM

    I really couldnt care less about Fred Taylor’s ability to practice, he’s been on the injury report more than he’s been on the field. With BenJarvis Green-Ellis and Woodhead, I’m becoming more and more indifferent to his playing status.

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