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Sunday night one-liners

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Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com doesn’t believe the team would use the No. 3 overall pick on a wide receiver, calling it “arguably one of the deepest positions on the roster.”

The Dolphins need a new quarterback.

The Boston Herald has video of Patriots coach Bill Belichick playing golf.

Former Jets QB Ray Lucas has checked into rehab.

The Ravens have re-signed S Marcus Paschal.

The Bengals need a new receivers coach after losing Mike Sheppard to the Jaguars.

Browns G.M. Tom Heckert says CB Eric Wright “didn’t play very well” last season.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette suggests that Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger’s 2010 season was “the best of his career,” all things considered.

Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara, who may be on the Texans’ draft radar, is surprised observers are questioning his speed.

Colts.com reviews the first quarter of the 2010 season.

The Jaguars are weak at safety, so here’s a look at safeties invited to the 2011 Scouting Combine.

Titans coach Mike Munchak hopes to have his staff in place by the start of the Combine.

Possible Broncos draft pick Nick Fairley’s interviews at the Combine will be among the most heavily scrutinized.

Peter Schrager of FOXSports.com predicts that the Chiefs will take a step back in 2011.

Raiders RB Michael Bush’s DUI arrest could be “an expensive mistake.”

The Chargers have re-signed WR Richard Goodman.

The Cowboys could end up with Wisconsin DE J.J. Watt in the draft.

Former Giants WR Plaxico Burress is in “terrific shape,” according to his agent.

The Eagles may have a Kevin Kolb trade partner in the Vikings.

A true Redskins fan proves it.

Bears OL coach Mike Tice wouldn’t be easy to replace if he left for the Titans’ offensive coordinator vacancy.

Lions DT Ndamukong Suh believes that “the sky’s the limit” for his team.

Packers running backs had only three rushing attempts exceed 20 yards in 2010, the second fewest in the NFL.

Former Vikings DE Chris Doleman is proud of his career, whether or not he makes the Hall of Fame.

New Falcons QBs coach Bob Bratkowski has been around awhile.

The Panthers probably won’t hand QB Jimmy Clausen a starting job entering 2011 camp.

Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune argues that Saints fans have every right to be displeased with coach Sean Payton’s move to Dallas.

Bucs coach Raheem Morris likes the idea of co-defensive line coaches.

NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Adam Archuleta discuss the falling draft stock of Washington QB Jake Locker.

The 49ers have three major needs: Quarterback, outside linebacker, and cornerback.

Here’s a look back at the Seahawks’ 2010 season.

Rams WR Mark Clayton is participating in a poker tournament to raise money for Africa.

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5 Responses to “Sunday night one-liners”
  1. 3octaveFart says: Feb 13, 2011 8:30 PM

    “Former Giants WR Plaxico Burress is in “terrific shape,” according to his agent.”

    Round is a shape.

    I still laugh at Drew Rosenhaus’ claim that they were fielding offers from “many” teams for T.O., right before he landed in Buffalo with a crappy 1-year deal.

    Makes you wonder what all of the less desirable offers were that they passed on.

  2. jc1958cool says: Feb 13, 2011 9:07 PM

    how can they say this was rothlisbergers best year ever, he came up one win short!

  3. joecoz17 says: Feb 13, 2011 9:19 PM

    I could see the bills taking AJ Green and then trying to bundle Lee evans and one of their picks in a trade to try to get back into the 1st to get a qb or DE.

  4. jc1958cool says: Feb 13, 2011 9:27 PM

    i wonder if that tape of belichick, has him doing a walk threw on the green! glad to see he hasn’t done much since spygate! give back the rings

  5. scampbell1975 says: Feb 13, 2011 9:36 PM

    The only thing you could come up with for the Redskins was some guys license plate?

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