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Saturday morning one-liners

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How much will the Bills and other teams at the top of the draft be affected by the Wonderlic scores of top prospects?

Was QB Pat White or WR Ted Ginn the worst recent draft pick by the Dolphins?

Patriots LB Jarod Mayo’s younger brother is trying to earn notice leading up to the draft.

The Jets have a private workout set up with Stanford DL Sione Fua.

Ravens CB Domonique Foxworth is trying to rally public support for an injunction against the lockout.

Said Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden of Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert, “You knew he could run, but sometimes that doesn’t really translate to the position. But his athleticism really showed today. And he spun the ball pretty good. It was impressive.”

The Browns might want to have a look at the history of sixth overall picks.

Members of the Steelers played in a charity basketball game while fans wondered about when the lockout might end.

The Texans are lacking a wide receiver with great potential.

Colts TE Dallas Clark is branching out with a role on the television show “Criminal Minds.”

Said Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio of new language in rules about hitting defenseless players, “I don’t believe at this point that additional language – when we already have rules that are not understood – is the way to go. I think we ought to clarify what we have first and give those guys a chance to work within the rules.”

There’s no place where presumed to be former Titans QB Vince Young would be an obvious upgrade.

Oklahoma State RB Kendall Hunter has set up private workouts with several schools, including the Broncos.

The Chiefs have shown some interest in Central Michigan C Colin Miller.

Scouts from the Raiders were in New Mexico to watch the Pro Day workout of DB Davon House and others.

DL Antonio Garay gave the Chargers a strong pass rushing option in 2010.

The Cowboys are using the lockout as a time to launch a new clothing line.

Former Giants LB Lawrence Taylor is a supporter of Tiki Barber’s attempted comeback.

Eagles coach Andy Reid made the short trip across town to check out Temple’s Pro Day.

The Redskins have to decide on the future of DT Ma’ake Kemoeatu before he is due a $100,000 roster bonus.

Will the Bears really take a defensive player in the first round?

The Lions sent three representatives to Michigan State’s Pro Day this week.

The Top 10 unforgettable moments of the Packers season.

USC T Tyron Smith has reportedly caught the eye of the Vikings.

The Falcons were well represented at the Troy WR Jerrel Jernigan’s Pro Day.

Albert Breer of NFL.com looks at the difficulty the Panthers could have with selecting a cornerback first overall.

Portland State TE Julius Thomas’s basketball background is drawing comparisons to Saints TE Jimmy Graham.

Buccaneers FB Erik Lorig is using the lockout as a chance to finish his masters degree at Stanford.

A look at how the Cardinals staff uses video to prepare.

Rams CB Ronald Bartell ranked fifth in the NFL in the Football Outsiders Success Rate metric for cornerbacks.

The 49ers had a private workout with Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick on Friday.

Seahawks defensive line coach Todd Wash was in attendance for Temple’s Pro Day to see DE Muhammed Wilkerson.

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6 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. prmpft says: Mar 19, 2011 9:33 AM

    “There’s no place where presumed to be former Titans QB Vince Young would be an obvious upgrade.”…
    ____________________________________

    ..how long did it take to reach THAT epiphany??

  2. FoozieGrooler says: Mar 19, 2011 9:57 AM

    “The Cowboys are using the lockout as a time to launch a new clothing line.”

    Might want to be careful here.
    Make sure when you order that the pants actually have seats.

  3. stealthscorpio says: Mar 19, 2011 10:34 AM

    Is one of the “schools” Kendall Hunter lined up an interview with Ohio State…I hear they pay well…or are you saying the Broncos would be bettter of playing D1 ball?

  4. MichaelEdits says: Mar 19, 2011 11:04 AM

    Vince Young would be an upgrade in Arizona. But then again, so would I.

  5. touchdownroddywhite says: Mar 19, 2011 11:46 AM

    “There’s no place where presumed to be former Titans QB Vince Young would be an obvious upgrade.”

    I’m going to disagree and state San Francisco as a place where he’s an obvious upgrade. Say what you want about Youngs character, he’s a better QB and more of a winner than Alex Smith. Maybe Harbaugh could get through to him…

  6. Canyonero says: Mar 19, 2011 2:11 PM

    “A look at how the Cardinals staff uses video to prepare.”

    Oops, VCR was off.

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