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Wednesday morning one-liners

Joe Flacco, Charles Johnson

A look at some possible offensive line targets for the Dolphins.

Who has been better in the draft lately:  The Patriots or the Packers?  (Okay, this one is not that close.)

Former Jets QB Ray Lucas continues to document his rehabilitation from an addiction to painkillers in fascinating Facebook entries.

The Ravens only have a “moderate” need for a defensive lineman early in the draft.

Cincinnati is not expected to use the franchise tag for a second straight season.

The Browns have struggled when drafting receivers high in the last five years.

Pittsburgh’s mayor finally had to pay up with his Super Bowl bet.

Despite needing new front seven pieces for Wade Phillips’ 3-4 defense, Houston’s secondary remains the team’s biggest area of need.

A look back at the Colts’ pass defense, which wasn’t as good as usual in 2010.

Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew believes he should have been given a gig at Jaguars.com.

New Titans receivers coach Dave Ragone will bring a quarterback’s perspective to his new gig.

John Elway says we shouldn’t go overboard with praise after he brought in Champ Bailey to a reasonable deal.  “It’s still about whether you win on the field,” Elway said. “No one knows that better than I do.”

The Chiefs need to improve their effectiveness on third downs, especially third and short situations.

It’s possible that Raiders DE/LB Kamerion Wimbley’s “buyback” option could violate the NFL’s “30% rule.”

The Cowboys have done a poor job evaluating their own safeties, which means it’s still a major position of need.

Giants receiver Steve Smith is the new spokesman for a brand of tofu.  Yep, that’s the best Giants link we could find.

Eagles G.M. Howie Roseman took a look back at last year’s rookie class.

Free agent safety O.J. Atogwe left Washington on Tuesday without signing a contract.

Former teammates of Bears safety Dave Duerson like Doug Plank have been rattled by Duerson’s death.

Tom Kowalski of MLive.com sees the Lions’ two biggest draft needs as cornerback and tackle.

The Packers added a member to their strength and conditioning staff.

Vikings vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman wants to trade back into the third round of the draft after giving away their original pick for Randy Moss.

The latest stadium development in Atlanta could have the Falcons outdoors by 2017.

While he didn’t get the franchise tag, Panthers DE Charles Johnson insists his hope is to re-sign with Carolina.

Bucs coach Raheem Morris sat down with the other head coaches in Tampa and found a lot of common ground.

Jeremy Shockey is out in New Orleans.   Could Reggie Bush be next?

The Cardinals’ website previewed the team’s upcoming week at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Scouts Inc. listed their three biggest concerns about the 49ers.

The Seahawks re-signed defensive back Roy Lewis and receiver Isaiah Stanback.

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4 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. touchdownroddywhite says: Feb 23, 2011 9:52 AM

    Never been a big Reggie Bush fan, but I hope like hell he makes his way out of the NFC South.

  2. JackLeone says: Feb 23, 2011 10:33 AM

    Reggie Bust is more of a model for magazines than he is a running back. Yeah he had a couple of returns on special teams but a blind squirrel can find a nut every now and then…

  3. tomforprez says: Feb 23, 2011 10:45 AM

    No Bills? I got this…

    Buffalo continues to give its fans heart trouble as Ralph and crew contemplate how they will, again, crush all the hopes and dreams of a new year with one draft pick.

  4. nooittall says: Feb 23, 2011 12:00 PM

    Really, Howie Roseman evaluating draft picks! Are you kidding me? He doesn’t know if a football is blown up or stuffed. He’s nothing but a typical nerdy little lawyer, who got promoted by another nerdy little lawyer, who got his job by kissing the butt of another little nerd who’s parents gave him money to move to the other side of the country and was told to “go play with your football team and let mommy and daddy do the grown up work.”

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