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Sunday morning one-liners

Bob Sanders

The Bills are going to have a different playing surface next season.

Dolphins LB Cameron Wake thinks Phillip Hunt, a fellow CFL refugee, will do well as a pass-rusher for the Eagles.

S Bob Sanders could generate some interest from the Patriots.

The Jets got a lot of production from their wideouts in 2010.

Said Ravens RB Le’Ron McClain, “I gave it my all. With all my heart and might and will, I blocked for Ray Rice. My frustration comes from wanting to do more. When we lost that game against Pittsburgh in the playoffs to not even get one attempt, it was pretty frustrating.”

Bengals T Andrew Whitworth, a player rep, likes the idea of using a mediator to help sort out the labor impasse.

The Browns have needs well beyond defensive end and wide receiver.

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com thinks the Steelers will go from AFC Champions to out of the playoffs.

New Texans defensive backs coach Vance Joseph is preaching a more aggressive style.

Bob Sanders is gone from the Colts, but he’s still on the side of Lucas Oil Stadium.

The lack of depth at receiver makes re-signing WR Mike Sims-Walker a priority for the Jaguars.

Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer stresses the importance and occasional difficulty of bonding with the team’s quarterback.

Broncos coach John Fox moves into his new Denver house on March 1st.

Mark Davidson reflected on 22 years as the equipment manager of the Chiefs.

Albert Breer of NFL.com thinks the Raiders made a savvy move with the DL Richard Seymour signing.

California Governor Jerry Brown’s plan to eliminate redevelopment agencies would severely hamper the Chargers’ chances of getting a new stadium in San Diego.

The Cowboys should have an interest in S O.J. Atogwe.

A vote for the Giants as a team returning to the playoffs next season.

John Gonzalez of the Philadelphia Inquirer believes that Eagles president Joe Banner has finally stopped searching for excuses.

Former Redskins QB Doug Williams was inducted into the Black College Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

Do the Bears need a wide receiver or is it simply something they might want?

Is QB Matthew Stafford an essential piece of a successful Lions team?

Former Packers WR Derrick Mayes now speaks to high schoolers and works with Lou Holtz’s foundation.

Whoever the Vikings have at quarterback, the running game needs to be the focus of the offense next season.

The Falcons might actually feel better about a long lockout than some other teams.

As the Panthers kick the tires on DE Da’Quan Bowers, they’ll find plenty of people who think he’s got the right kind of work ethic.

A fairly in-depth look at Saints coach Sean Payton’s new house and neighborhood in Dallas.

Buccaneers C Jeff Faine is plotting a comeback from a season ruined by injuries.

The change in coordinators will mean more for the Cardinals defense than the offense.

Alabama WR Julio Jones is a popular choice for the Rams in mock drafts.

It’s probably the end of the road for the relationship between the 49ers and LB Takeo Spikes.

Warren Moon, now a radio broadcaster for the Seahawks, is tutoring Cam Newton as he prepares for the draft.

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8 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. 3octaveFart says: Feb 20, 2011 9:39 AM

    “Clark Judge of CBSSports.com thinks the Steelers will go from AFC Champions to out of the playoffs.”

    He also mentioned the Seahawks, Bears, Jets and Chiefs would miss the payoffs too, yet you focused on the Steelers.

    Obsess much?

  2. jc1958cool says: Feb 20, 2011 9:53 AM

    da bearssss are more likely to miss the playoffs, than the steelers! the steelers have more depth, da bearsssss were so lucky with injuries!

  3. coreydavidschmitz says: Feb 20, 2011 10:53 AM

    Hunt signed with the Eagles, not Vikings.

  4. freshnesssss says: Feb 20, 2011 12:57 PM

    wow Josh, that’s nice. change Vikings to Eagles in the Hunt post like it never happened, then erase my response.

    Stay classy!!!!!!!

    just surprised you left up the coreydavidschmitz post

  5. madesian says: Feb 20, 2011 1:14 PM

    “Dolphins LB Cameron Wake thinks Phillip Hunt, a fellow CFL refugee, will do well as a pass-rusher for the EAGLES.”

    who said he signed with the vikings?

  6. jfluke65 says: Feb 20, 2011 6:12 PM

    “Former Redskins QB Doug Williams was inducted into the Black College Hall of Fame on Saturday night.”

    Black College HOF? Really? Is there a White College HOF?

  7. popolover says: Feb 20, 2011 9:58 PM

    Polian’s list of things to do tomorrow: #1 take down Sanders off staduim. #2 Write a TY to PFT for letting me know!

  8. MichaelEdits says: Feb 20, 2011 11:04 PM

    Congratulations Doug Williams. Seriously. I was in Tampa during worst-to-first.

    (I’ll return to my usual smarm next post.)

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