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Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills shuffled their backfield by signing RB Quinton Ganther and releasing FB Andre Anderson.

According to Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, RB Ricky Williams didn’t play much this week because RB Ronnie Brown’s series were longer.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick said G Logan Mankins was OK in his first game back after a long holdout.

The story of an epic college fight between Rex and Rob Ryan whets the appetite for this weekend’s Jets-Browns game. 

It didn’t take long for S Ed Reed to jump to the top of the Ravens’ interception list.

Browns coach Eric Mangini still won’t publicly commit to keeping Colt McCoy as his starting quarterback.

A bad game on Sunday won’t cost Texans CB Kareem Jackson his starting job.

Jacob Tamme became the second Colts tight end with 11 catches in a game against the Eagles.   

CB Terrence Wheatley will reportedly sign with the Jaguars on Tuesday.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher doesn’t see any risk involved in bringing WR Randy Moss to Tennessee.

Strong games from RB Peyton Hillis and CB Alphonso Smith won’t do much to alleviate anger among Broncos fans.

In talking about LB Derrick Johnson’s contract extension, Chiefs coach Todd Haley credited him with being a big part of why they are playing better this season

It sounds like Jason Campbell will remain at quarterback for the Raiders a while longer. 

The return of WR Vincent Jackson won’t cost Seyi Ajirotutu his spot on the Chargers roster.

Said Cowboys QB Jon Kitna of coach Jason Garrett, “He has strong convictions you need as a head coach. He
certainly has the makeup of a head coach, the right demeanor.”

Giants T David Diehl stands to miss out on a bunch of incentives because of his injured hamstring and hip.

Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott was thinking about his mentor Jim Johnson after Sunday’s win against the Colts.

RB James Davis passed up the chance to land on another team’s active roster to stay on the Redskins practice squad, a move that might still lead to a uniform this Sunday.

Bears WR Earl Bennett escaped injury when his car was rear-ended early Monday morning. 

Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press thinks Sunday’s loss was a case of the same old Lions at work.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy called cutting CB Al Harris a “big picture roster decision.”

No word yet on WR Sidney Rice’s status for Sunday’s game with the Bears. 

Falcons WR Roddy White missed Monday night’s walkthrough with a knee injury, but plans to play on Thursday night.

QB Keith Null will work out for the Panthers.

The Saints won’t practice during their bye week.

Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris absolved RB LeGarrette Blount of blame for the team’s loss.

Cardinals DT Kenny Iwebema might be out for the season after injuring his right knee.  

LB Bryan Kehl has moved into a starting role for the Rams.

The 49ers signed RB DeShawn Wynn and WR Lance Long to their practice squad

Although he hasn’t yet been cleared to return to action, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll feels good about QB Matt Hasselbeck’s chances of playing this week.
 

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. wtf__seriously says: Nov 9, 2010 10:07 AM

    The NYT story about Rob and Rex Ryan is great stuff! I enjoyed reading it. Thanks for posting the link!

  2. andyprough says: Nov 9, 2010 11:11 AM

    “The story of an epic college fight between Rex and Rob Ryan whets the appetite for this weekend’s Jets-Browns game.”
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    Sumo-style?? Did they where giant diapers??

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