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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills TE Shawn Nelson will start his offseason by seeing doctors about his migraine headaches.

Are the Dolphins a more appealing choice for Jim Harbaugh than the Broncos or 49ers?

The Patriots signed DL Atiyyah Ellison to their active roster.

Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks new overtime rules benefit second team with possession, but he won’t kick the ball away if he wins the toss.

The Ravens brought in left-footed P Dan Power to help prepare for the Chiefs.

Coach Marvin Lewis’s return to the Bengals likely means the end of the road in Cincinnati for wide receivers Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens.

It is the 30th anniversary of the notorious Red Right 88 play that sent the Browns to a painful playoff loss.

The NHL is footing the bill to re-sod Heinz Field before the Steelers open the playoffs.

Letting CB Dunta Robinson walk away and going with youth in the secondary helped doom the Texans.

Said Colts QB Peyton Manning, “Pass protection is at a premium when you’re playing an aggressive defense, a team that likes to blitz, which (the Jets) do.”

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio thinks he does a better job of keeping his emotions in check on the sideline than in past years.

The Titans signed S Myron Rolle and six other members of their practice squad to future contracts.

Matt Millen is rooting for John Elway to succeed in his front office role with the Broncos.

The Chiefs have struck a good balance between passing and running on offense.

Mike Waufle’s work as defensive line coach was a high point for the Raiders in 2010.

The Chargers’ decision about keeping OL Jeromey Clary will have a ripple effect on the entire offensive line.

Cowboys coach Jason Garrett thinks RB Felix Jones proved he is a complete back during the 2010 season.

The Giants have decisions to make on RB Ahmad Bradshaw, DT Barry Cofield and other free agents.

Don’t look for the Eagles to change their offensive philosophy because the Packers are weaker against the run.

Figuring out the quarterback situation isn’t the only job to do with the Redskins offense.

Gale Sayers thinks Bears WR/KR Devin Hester belongs in the Hall of Fame.

QB Drew Stanton might have helped his chances of sticking with the Lions with two wins as a starter this season.

An attempt to figure out what Packers LB Desmond Bishop’s contract extension means for Nick Barnett and A.J. Hawk.

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier isn’t offering any hints about the team’s offensive direction.

The 10 most memorable plays of the Falcons season.

All signs point to the Panthers hiring a NFL assistant as their next head coach.

Saints LB Jonathan Vilma is headed to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement for Patrick Willis.

T Jeremy Trueblood isn’t expected back with the Buccaneers in 2011.

The Cardinals signed RB Alfonso Smith, WR Isaiah Williams, OT Cliff Louis, G Tom Pestock, DL Jeremy Navarre and linebackers Pago Togafau and Brandon Sharp, all members of their practice squad, to future contracts.

Evaluating assistant coaches is as important to the Rams offseason as evaluating their players.

A look back at the Alex Smith years with the 49ers.

As expected, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst split reps at quarterback at Seahawks practice.

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4 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. scoops1 says: Jan 5, 2011 10:42 AM

    Gale Sayers is a smart man

  2. bmeierho says: Jan 5, 2011 11:17 AM

    that’s the first positive comment gale sayers has said about the bears in years.

  3. favreflavoredwaffles says: Jan 5, 2011 11:59 AM

    “Vikings coach Leslie Frazier isn’t offering any hints about the team’s offensive direction.”

    Let me offer one then. It’s going to be going backwards even further.

    AP will soon be disgruntled (much like Barry Sanders was) and will want the hell out of the Twink Cities….like most players do.

  4. zimmyman says: Jan 5, 2011 12:26 PM

    Maybe Del Rio controls himself a little better than the old days when he beat up Otis Taylor in the Arrowhead parking lot without being provoked.

    He sucked as a player and sucks as a coach.

    I hope that filthy animal loses every game he ever coaches

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