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Saturday morning one-liners

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Bills defensive backs coach George Catavolos led secondary workouts at the University of Buffalo’s Pro Day.

Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall was tied for the league lead in drops during the 2010 season.

Whether or not he was involved in a shooting, Patriots S Brandon Meriweather doesn’t seem to have a real long future with the Patriots.

If the Jets are looking to replace Kris Jenkins, they might want to check out Oregon State DT Stephen Paea’s workouts later this month.

Boxing promoter Bob Arum is a believer in the boxing ability of Ravens S Tom Zbikowski.

The Bengals seem to be showing some interest in Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara.

The Browns have a private workout scheduled with TCU QB Andy Dalton.

Because they don’t spend much in free agency and have a veteran team and coaching staff, the lockout probably doesn’t hurt the Steelers that much.

Texans players aren’t surprised to find themselves locked out.

Injuries hurt the Colts receiving corps last season, but also gave Blair White a chance to show he can contribute.

Jaguars DT D’Anthony Smith’s Achilles injury has healed enough for him to start working in a sand pit.

Titans TE Jared Cook expects to lose the backup label next season.

Broncos LB Elvis Dumervil is one of the NFL players dealing with the death of agent Gary Wichard.

With a new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, Chiefs QB Matt Cassel stands to suffer if there’s an extended lockout.

Walter McFadden and Jeremy Ware need as much offseason work as possible to help the Raiders deal with the expected departure of CB Nnamdi Asomugha.

Chargers CB Quentin Jammer doesn’t plan on spending all his time following developments in the labor war.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is still vowing to get a deal done with the players.

Giants C Shaun O’Hara accused ownership of not wanting to make a fair deal at the negotiating table.

Eagles president Joe Banner hopes the players will understand the terms of the offer that was rejected on Friday.

S LaRon Landry will continue to play close to the line of scrimmage for the Redskins next season.

The Bears are throwing their support behind a proposed Illinois law about concussions in youth sports.

Lions DE Kyle Vanden Bosch conceded that the future is a “little bit scary” right now.

The Packers have been checking out outside linebackers preparing for the draft.

Questions abound on the Vikings defensive line after Kevin Williams’s decision to accept his suspension.

A discussion of draft possibilities for the Falcons features Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan.

Teams like the Panthers that need a quarterback will be interested to hear that Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert scored a 42 on the Wonderlic during training.

Saints players promise that they are in for the long haul in the fight against ownership.

The lockout threatens the momentum that the Buccaneers created with their strong 2010 campaign.

Cardinals K Jay Feely’s attempt to be the voice of reason in the labor talks was not a successful one.

Rams employees cleared out of team headquarters well ahead of the final breakdown of labor talks on Friday.

TCU QB Andy Dalton looks like he’d be a good fit with the 49ers.

Mike Mayock of the NFL Network is high on Christian Ponder, which could put him on the Seahawks’ radar screen.

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2 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dukeofthedawgpound says: Mar 12, 2011 10:31 AM

    Ideally, Andy Dalton fits the west coast offense in Cleveland. He may slide to the fifth round or later. If the Browns do draft a QB , it will be on day three. I could see them going after Dalton, McElroy or Pat Devlin. I am not a big fan of Seneca Wallace and think they need to have a plan just in case McCoy washes out this year.

  2. jc1958cool says: Mar 12, 2011 11:32 AM

    is steelers lineman keisel digging ditches now?

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