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Saturday morning one-liners

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Bills RB C.J. Spiller had just two plays of 20 or more yards on his 98 offensive touches as a rookie.

University of Miami WR Leonard Hankerson wants to prove he has the speed teams like the Dolphins are looking for on draft day.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick made a surprise appearance at the Touchdown Club of Annapolis benefit this week.

The Jets coaching staff has high hopes for Ropati Pitoitua in his return from an Achilles injury.

Ravens KR David Reed resolved his marijuana possession case.

Bengals OL Andrew Whitworth believes QB Carson Palmer’s trade request is sincere.

An argument that ownership is to blame for the state of affairs for the Browns.

The Steelers might need a cornerback, but Champ Bailey might not be the right one.

Should the Texans try to keep S Bob Sanders in the AFC South?

The Colts are worried a new law will stand in the way of their ability to ban guns from Lucas Oil Stadium.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union doesn’t want the Jaguars to pursue S Bob Sanders.

Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer knows he needs a quarterback but is just starting to scout the collegiate prospects.

Justin Bannan will move from defensive end to defensive tackle in the new Broncos 4-3 alignment.

The Chiefs will have to wait until 2012 to get a seventh-round pick from the Patriots in exchange for S Jarrad Page.

Will DL Richard Seymour prove to be worth what the Raiders are paying him?

Dog attack charges were dropped against former Chargers LB Steve Foley.

Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is predicting big things for LB Anthony Spencer.

The late Dave Duerson was best known as a member of the Bears, but he also won a Super Bowl ring with the Giants in 1990.

Ian Kinsler of the Texas Rangers is the latest baseball player to slam Eagles QB Michael Vick and he throws a jab at WR DeSean Jackson for good measure.

George Mason University won’t be hosting Redskins training camp this year.

The Bears signed P Richmond McGee to a two-year deal.

It looks like Lions S John Wendling will hit the open market whenever there is an open market.

The Packers are raising ticket prices for the 2011 season.

Said Vikings T Phil Loadholt, “I felt like my season kind of started slow, and as the season progressed, I felt I got better. I definitely want to work on my leverage. I feel I can bend a little better, work on my hand placement.”

February 22nd will be a big day in the Falcons’ quest for a new stadium.

How much of a role will QB Cam Newton’s character play in the Panthers’ evaluation of him?

Saints G.M. Mickey Loomis said he had a good meeting with DT Shaun Rogers.

A look at six Buccaneers career highs and the chances that they’ll be topped in 2011.

QB Blaine Gabbert and LB Von Miller are both in consideration for the Cardinals with the fifth overall pick.

There will be a price increase of $4-7 a seat for PSL owners at Rams games next game.

Said 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh while doing a Rex Ryan impression, “We won’t kiss the ring of anybody about anything.”

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll defended the progress of LB Aaron Curry.

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11 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. FoozieGrooler says: Feb 19, 2011 9:04 AM

    “The Steelers might need a cornerback, but Champ Bailey might not be the right one.”

    “Mr. Asomugha? Mike Tomlin on line 2.”

  2. FoozieGrooler says: Feb 19, 2011 9:26 AM

    “The Colts are worried a new law will stand in the way of their ability to ban guns from Lucas Oil Stadium.”

    Hey Polian, you better not pull a “Jerry” and sell fake tickets to next year’s Super Bowl.

    Somebody might bust a cap in yo ass.

  3. j0esixpack says: Feb 19, 2011 9:34 AM

    “An argument that ownership is to blame for the state of affairs for the Browns.”

    Holmgren’s not perfect but he’s bound to make better decisions than Lerner.

    Look at Lerner’s last move as defacto GM to hire Mangini…

    “Hmmmm – let’s see, I need a really good coach to turn my team around. Let’s see who’s out there. Hey look! A guy who was just fired by his team, who’s bound to embarrass me later by revealing organizational secrets to his next employer, who no other team even wants to interview.

    Better lock this guy up with a multi-year multi-million dollar deal QUICK!

  4. gonzoloungelizard says: Feb 19, 2011 10:13 AM

    Ian Kinsler, you’re an average ballplayer at best

  5. gooboy6 says: Feb 19, 2011 11:16 AM

    Nothing like good old buddy-buddy trades between Chiefs-Patriots, Seventh round pick for Page 2 years later!!! Page was a starter ! As a Chiefs fan I’m appalled until you realize we STOLE Cassell and Vrabel for 2nd round pick. Pioli was paying Belicheck back for that one with Page deal

  6. ilpackerbacker says: Feb 19, 2011 11:31 AM

    Loadholt needs to work on his footwork and pad level. Then, he needs to call Favre to come back, so the Vikings can be assured of an 0-16 season, LOL.

  7. shoekid1113 says: Feb 19, 2011 1:31 PM

    “There will be a price increase of $4-7 a seat for PSL owners at Rams games next game”

    Nice grammer buddy!

  8. j0esixpack says: Feb 19, 2011 2:56 PM

    gooboy6 says: Nothing like good old buddy-buddy trades between Chiefs-Patriots, Seventh round pick for Page 2 years later!!! Page was a starter ! As a Chiefs fan I’m appalled until you realize we STOLE Cassell and Vrabel for 2nd round pick. Pioli was paying Belicheck back for that one with Page deal

    You may be right – of course at the time of the Cassel/Vrabel trade Cassel was still a bit of a question mark. Although some thought a 1st round pick was in order we’ve seen trades before and subsequently that suggest that the 2nd round pick was fair.

    As far as including Vrabel, the Pats weren’t going to pay him $4.5 million – he wasn’t worth it and they needed the cap space. Cut him and he goes to the Jets. Trade him, he gets his full $4.5 million and is out of the AFC East – and Cassel has a friend in the locker room as well.

    Although the Pats could have kept Cassel, Belichick helps himself when players see he won’t hold them hostage and pay them peanuts. Letting it be known that playing for the Pats is a good way to jump start your career will bring the Pats more good players at cheaper “show me” contract prices.

    Overall all the trades can be considered a “win/win” for both organizations. That’s the hallmark of a good trade.

  9. wirelessjesus says: Feb 19, 2011 3:14 PM

    Ian Kinsler, you are a retard.

  10. mayfieldroadboy says: Feb 19, 2011 3:37 PM

    in re: the Browns.
    This fish rots from the head. From Randy Lerner who likes to rub elbows with English aristocracy while bally-hooing his Aston Villa soccer team we learn that absentee ownership doesn’t work; he can hire any coach or president or GM he wants, but his empty throne in Cleveland leaves the Browns, well…empty. And then to bring in BigMike who is fattening his retirement on the blue collar fans is criminal. Through his own megalomania, he allowed Mangini to screw up one whole year instead of making the decisions he was hired and paid handsomely to do. He has invested heavily in cronyism in order to have a scapegoat when the time of his failure comes.

    I have no love for this new regime. Fishes rot from the head; but this fat man who crawled up on the throne of Lerner and proclaimed himself emperor
    really has no clothes.

  11. touchdownroddywhite says: Feb 19, 2011 3:51 PM

    shoekid1113 says: Feb 19, 2011 1:31 PM

    “There will be a price increase of $4-7 a seat for PSL owners at Rams games next game”

    Nice grammer buddy!

    Great spelling. It’s grammar, Oppenheimer.

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