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Sunday morning one-liners

Jesse Callier, Ricky Elmore AP

Locked out Bills players have started organizing their own workouts.

The Dolphins and the University of Miami can help each other with a close working relationship.

Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan’s Pro Day workout did nothing to make you think he won’t be in play for the Patriots or other teams near the end of the first round.

Gary Myers of the Daily News throws a “Peyton Manning to the Jets” headline on a piece about what life could look like post-lockout.

The Ravens could be looking for an offensive tackle in the second round.

Former Bengals T Anthony Munoz is visiting troops in Afghanistan.

If either of the top quarterbacks falls to them with the sixth pick, the Browns would be in good position to trade down.

A look back at the Steelers during the 1987 strike.

Said Texans T Eric Winston, who was the team’s union rep, “We were willing to split the pie 50-50 with them.”

The Colts appear to be in good position to weather the lockout storm.

Arizona DE Ricky Elmore had lunch with Jaguars defensive line coach Joe Cullen after his Pro Day workout.

There’s no expectation that WR Randy Moss will be back with the Titans.

The lockout is the latest blow in an unsatisfying Broncos year.

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt isn’t showing much outward concern about the labor fight.

The Raiders removed images of CB Nnamdi Asomugha and RB Darren McFadden from their website.

Chargers C Nick Hardwick has no animosity for ownership.

Texas A&M LB Von Miller’s ability to play the edge reminds Mike Mayock of the NFL Network of Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware.

A remembrance of the late former Giants personnel director Tom Boisture upon his death.

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie sent a letter telling fans that the team remains focused on winning.

Several scouts believe that Wisconsin DE J.J. Watt isn’t worthy of being the first round pick of the Redskins or other teams in the top 10.

The Bears were keeping a close eye on Arizona DE/OLB Brooks Reed at Reed’s Pro Day.

Lions president Tom Lewand doesn’t want to talk about appeals of their tampering case.

Oregon LB Casey Matthews, younger brother of Packers LB Clay Matthews, didn’t blow anyone away at his Pro Day workout.

For young players like Vikings QB Rhett Bomar, the lockout is the worst case scenario.

Injured Falcons DT Peria Jerry and WR Harry Douglas will really miss working with the team during the lockout.

Panthers QB Matt Moore could benefit from the lockout.

Saints FB Heath Evans was one of several players active on Twitter as the lockout came into effect.

The Buccaneers will be looking for more than just pass rushers in the draft.

QB Marc Bulger reportedly wants to remain close to St. Louis, which could eliminate the Cardinals as a landing spot.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch normally covers the Rams but now he’s bemoaning the lack of any good guys in the labor fight.

There’s a good chance the 49ers will lose G/C David Baas as a free agent.

Here’s why Florida State QB Christian Ponder might be a good fit for the Seahawks.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. flyerscup2010 says: Mar 13, 2011 10:40 AM

    “Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie sent a letter telling fans that the team remains focused on winning.”

    I’m sure the TEAM is. But that conflicts with the owner, who is only focused on money.

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