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Saturday afternoon one-liners

New York Giants wide receiver Burress talks to defensive end Strahan on field for practice for their upcoming NFL Super Bowl game against the New England Patriots in Tempe

SI.com’s Don Banks has the latest on labor negotiations.

The Palm Beach Post analyzes the Dolphins’ offensive line.

The Boston Herald updates the Patriots’ free agent list.

Possible Jets draft target Jerrel Jernigan ran sub-4.4 forty times at his Pro Day.

Ravens C Matt Birk has outed himself as a republican.

Is Bengals QB Carson Palmer hurting his trade value?

Steelers fans are concerned about the labor negotiations.

The Houston Chronicle‘s John McClain will be releasing his mock draft on Monday.

Was S Bob Sanders’ departure to San Diego a slap in the Colts’ face?

The Jaguars focus on the draft and avoid free agency.

Titans OG Jake Scott is staying on top of the latest CBA developments.

The Broncos’ best bet might be to trade down in the draft.

The Chiefs have re-signed LB Cory Greenwood.

Raiders OL Bruce Campbell is going to be a starter in 2011.

The Chargers need another pass rusher.

The Cowboys may release CB Terence Newman.

Giants RB Brandon Jacobs wants Plaxico Burress back with the G-Men.

The Redskins didn’t severely overpay for a free agent, for once.

The Bears have lost defensive assistant Eric Washington to the Panthers’ staff.

Here’s a look at the Lions’ defensive line situation.

Packers.com recalls ten plays that saved Green Bay’s Super Bowl season.

Vikings LBs coach Mike Singletary will ignore players’ phone calls if there’s a lockout.

The Falcons have assigned CB Brent Grimes a first-round restricted free agent tender.

Possible No. 1 pick Da’Quan Bowers will reportedly be “fully healthy” for his April 1 Pro Day.

Tulane held its Pro Day on Friday.

The attorney for ex-Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens is painting his client as a victim regarding Stevens’ latest arrest.

The Cardinals did not tender DT Gabe Watson, making him an unrestricted free agent.

The 49ers’ free agents are in limbo.

Would a lockout hurt the Seahawks’ development?

The Rams’ wide receivers are injury prone.

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8 Responses to “Saturday afternoon one-liners”
  1. jc1958cool says: Mar 5, 2011 12:28 PM

    james jones to the rams, there will be some bidding!

  2. backindasaddle says: Mar 5, 2011 1:21 PM

    “Ravens C Matt Birk has outed himself as a Republican”.

    There was no mention whatsoever of his political leanings. I think his comment simply illustrate disrespect of Obama. I know that’s not just a Republican phenomenon.

  3. bunjy96 says: Mar 5, 2011 1:45 PM

    Without the Bucs having a TD stolen from K2 by the refs in the Lions game, all the rest of Packers plays would have been meaningless. The Bucs would have been in the playoffs, no matter what else the Packers did.

  4. xtb3 says: Mar 5, 2011 1:48 PM

    Re: “The Broncos’ best bet might be to trade down in the draft.”

    —————-

    The story says it is NOT to trade down.

  5. FoozieGrooler says: Mar 5, 2011 3:19 PM

    “Steelers fans are concerned about the labor negotiations.”

    And here I thought all fans were concerned about the labor negotiations.

  6. johntonioholmes says: Mar 5, 2011 4:56 PM

    “Ravens C Matt Birk has outed himself as a republican.”

    No he just outed himself as a giant douche. He says disagrees with Obama, and when asked to elaborate he acknowledges that everything Obama said was correct.

    That doesn’t make him a republican; it makes him a clueless douche.

  7. voxveritass says: Mar 5, 2011 7:21 PM

    Birk’s complaint was the inability to balance the budget. Based on the fact the last 3 republican administrations at least doubled the deficit and Reagan actually tripled it he might actually be a Democrat.

  8. Ty @ The Lions in Winter says: Mar 5, 2011 8:49 PM

    Hey, thanks for the linkage on the DT breakdown!

    Peace
    Ty

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