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Friday morning one-liners

Mike Williams

Several Bills players provide their preview of Super Bowl XLV.

Former Dolphins QB Bob Griese has retired as a college football broadcaster.

Did the Patriots make a mistake by letting G Ted Larsen go on waivers?

FB Tony Richardson said he is going to play for the Jets in 2011 or he’s going to play for no one.

Ravens G.M. Ozzie Newsome’s meeting with agent Drew Rosenhaus covered T Jared Gaither, WR Donte’ Stallworth and RB Willis McGahee.

Jon Gruden is happy about his brother Jay getting hired as Bengals offensive coordinator.

Browns CB Joe Haden hasn’t had a chance to speak to new coach Pat Shurmur yet.

The Steelers see ball control as a key to their success.

Texans QB Matt Schaub has been working with Washington QB Jake Locker as he prepares for the draft.

NFL Players think that the Colts’ Lucas Oil Stadium has the best field in the league.

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew is now apologizing to Florida Gators fans for referring to Urban Meyer in his infamous tweet about Bears QB Jay Cutler.

If Mike Munchak gets the Titans head coaching job, it would represent a change from the usual NFL path to the job.

It doesn’t look like CB Champ Bailey will be back with the Broncos.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star thinks the decision to promote Bill Muir to offensive coordinator is a show of weakness by Chiefs coach Todd Haley.

An argument against Tim Brown making the Hall of Fame because fellow former Raiders WR Cliff Branch hasn’t gotten his ticket.

Former Chargers LB Matt Wilhelm suffered a knee injury against his old team in preseason, took an injury settlement from the 49ers and wound up in the Super Bowl with the Packers.

Said Bill Romanowski of Cowboys QB Tony Romo, “I see a guy that is special. I see a guy that loves the game. I see a guy that competes. But I see a guy that needs to study more, and in the big game, play big.”

Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw played the final six weeks of the season with a broken wrist.

Are the Eagles making a mistake by sticking with the 4-3 defense?

Rick Maese of the Washington Post profiles former Redskins LB Chris Hanburger on the eve of the announcement of whether or not he’ll make the Hall of Fame.

A look at the Bears linebacking corps as they enter the offseason.

Said Lions DT Ndamukong Suh of the team’s veteran defensive linemen, “They took me under their wing. Especially Kyle Vanden Bosch — and showed me how to be a pro. Vanden Bosch took me in and taught me by watching films.”

Packers CB Sam Shields is seen as having an extremely high ceiling for an undrafted player.

Vikings V.P. of player personnel Rick Spielman suggested that QB Joe Webb could compete for the starting job.

Falcons FB Ovie Mughelli is filling some of his offseason by singing gospel music with the NFL Players Choir.

New Panthers coach Ron Rivera has an attractive fan in Brooklyn Decker.

QB Drew Brees offers his thoughts about which team will follow the Saints as Super Bowl champions.

Buccaneers WR Mike Williams is promising a trip to the playoffs next season.

WR Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals have had dialogue on a new contract.

Former Rams WR Torry Holt is weighing whether or not to come back for another year.

The 49ers are reluctant to use the franchise tag on DT Aubrayo Franklin for a second season.

The Hall of Fame case of former Seahawks DT Cortez Kennedy isn’t tainted by the fact that he rarely played for winning teams.

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4 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. mdpickles says: Feb 4, 2011 9:24 AM

    So where is mention of DeSean Jackson, Jamaal Jackson, and Todd Herremans visiting that bullying victim yesterday on TV? Oh, right, its not scandalous. PFT doesn’t cover good guy stuff.

  2. mobuccsfan says: Feb 4, 2011 10:27 AM

    Mike Williams should probably just focus on continuing the great success he had this year. The entire team should, as long as their is a season next year. I have a feeling the rest will work itself out. Sweeping the Falcons and Saints whenever the next season happens is a must. They take care of their division, then the path to the playoffs becomes easier, as it is for most teams in the league. Except the poor Raiders. How could they go 6-0 in the division and miss out on the playoffs. Really, only a few teams could pull that off.

    In the end, I think the playoffs are in the future/cards for the Buccs….Superbowl…maybe, maybe not, but I do think they can make some noise for a few years to come in the post-season. Got to get a great pass rush, a shut down corner to go with Talib and shore up that offensive line, and let Blount run more, and lastly, Keep T-Jack, Talib, Williams and Blount all out of trouble. Hopefully, they are young, they will mature and grow up and become not only great football players but great leaders and men too, kind of like some other TB greats. (Brooks, Dunn, Alstott, Lynch and Barber all come to mind)

  3. purpleisreallypinkyouknow says: Feb 4, 2011 11:45 AM

    First smart thing to come out of Romanowski’s mouth in 25 years….and I thought he’d spit in his face.

  4. youboettcha says: Feb 4, 2011 1:40 PM

    The Bucs snatched lots of leftovers during roster cuts and had them contribute. The leftovers they signed (there are a lot): LaGarrette Blount, Kregg Lumpkin, Chris Bryan, Larry Asante, Dez Briscoe, and now Ted Larson. I’m sure I’m forgetting others.

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