Thursday morning one-liners

Bills coach Chan Gailey is giving RB C.J. Spiller (hamstring) an “outside chance — not great” of playing in Week Twelve.

Said Dolphins QB Chad Henne of his injured knee, “I feel pretty good.”

Patriots first-round pick Devin McCourty has been one of the NFL’s top rookies so far.

Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson is a big believer in coach Rex Ryan.

Asked his opinion on the Derrick Mason-Joe Flacco flap, Ravens LB Ray Lewis answered “It don’t define nothing.”

The Bengals have waived DE Victor Adeyanju and promoted DB Jeromy Miles from their practice squad.

Browns rookie S T.J. Ward won the Prospect of the Week award from’s Rob Rang for a third time this season in Week Eleven.

The Steelers have permanently benched OG Trai Essex in favor of Ramon Foster.

Texans owner Bob McNair addressed the media Wednesday, saying “none of us are happy with the performance of our team.”

Colts QB Peyton Manning owns the Chargers in his career.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio describes his team’s Week Twelve matchup with the Giants as “huge.”

Newly re-signed Titans QB Chris Simms is hoping his “third time is the charm” in Tennessee.

Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports doesn’t believe Broncos fans have much to be thankful for aside from the beautiful city they live in.

Through ten games in 2010 compared to 2009, Chiefs QB Matt Cassel’s improvement is staggering.

The Raiders have placed DE/LB Trevor Scott on injured reserve with a torn left ACL, ending his season.

Asked to discuss his future with the Chargers, contract-year WR Vincent Jackson replied, “That’s not what I’m here to talk about.”

The Cowboys play just one team with a losing record the rest of the way.

The Giants have moved RB Brandon Jacobs ahead of Ahmad Bradshaw on the depth chart, though Jacobs believes the move is only “temporary.”

Eagles CB Asante Samuel is believed to have suffered a sprained MCL in the team’s Week Eleven win.

The Redskins are expected to start rookie RB Keiland Williams again this week.

Bears QB Jay Cutler admits that Chicago’s “defense has been carrying this team.”

The Lions have listed RB Jahvid Best (toes) as probable, but TE Tony Scheffler (ribs) as doubtful on the Thanksgiving injury report.

According to WRs coach Jimmy Robinson, the Packers may use more five-receiver sets going forward.

Vikings QB Brett Favre is in favor of simplifying the offense under interim coach Leslie Frazier.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan has been dominant at the Georgia Dome this season.’s Peter King predicts a 26-9 loss for the Panthers in Week Twelve.

Saints WR Marques Colston is averaging eight catches for 86 yards with four touchdowns in his last six games.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper believes that Bucs DT Gerald McCoy “has been nowhere near as good” as Lions DT Ndamukong Suh.

Cardinals-49ers in Week Twelve will pit two fallen rivals against each other.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald called the game a “make or break” matchup for his team.

Coach Pete Carroll revealed that the Seahawks have “cut [QB Matt Hasselbeck] loose” over the past two weeks.

Rams WR Danario Alexander (knee) has pronounced himself “ready to go” for Week Twelve.

3 responses to “Thursday morning one-liners

  1. “Colts QB Peyton Manning owns the Chargers in his career.”

    Hey Evan, I think you meant to say the Chargers own Manning. Which they will again Sunday.

  2. Asked his opinion on the Derrick Mason-Joe Flacco flap, Ravens LB Ray Lewis answered “It don’t define nothing.”

    that means it defines something. these guys really need to learn how to speak. apparently these players attended college.

  3. You post an item “Colts QB Peyton Manning owns the Chargers in his career.” and the link goes a story about Peyton crying like a little bitch when a reporter points out how much he’s sucked against the Chargers lately. How is that “owning the Chargers”???? He seems a little angry about throwing that last minute pick and costing his team the chance to tie the game last week, and takes out his frustration on a San Diego reporter. Stay classy Forehead.

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