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Sunday morning one-liners

Mike Wright, Stephen Neal AP

North Carolina CB Kendric Burney could be a late-round option for the Bills.

The Dolphins’ schedule is starting to fill up with quarterback workouts.

Patriots DL Mike Wright talked about the symptoms of the concussion that ended his 2010 season.

DE Mike DeVito took issue with Trent Dilfer’s negative comments about the Jets defense.

There’s no private workout scheduled for the Ravens and Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com thinks Bengals QB Carson Palmer could put up big numbers if he’s dealt to the NFC West.

Former Browns CB Frank Minniefield said that the 1987 work stoppage tore the team’s players apart.

Steelers QB Charlie Batch was one of the signatories of the players’ letter to Roger Goodell.

Texans CB Kareem Jackson did not have a very good 2010 season.

Said Colts president Bill Polian of DE Jerry Hughes, “He’s growing and getting better every day. That’s what he needs to do.”

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio talked about the difficulties of this offseason, thanks to the lockout.

The Titans are expected to hold a private workout with Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick on March 29.

A head coach with diminished authority is a major change for the Broncos.

Iowa QB Ricky Stanzi could be a backup option for the Chiefs.

GQ Magazine doesn’t think much of Raiders fans.

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune thinks Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan has a good chance of ending up with the Chargers.

Former Cowboys S Darren Woodson isn’t a supporter of the draft boycott idea.

Giants QB Eli Manning stands to lose $500,000 if the lockout eliminates his workout bonus.

The eventual destination of Eagles QB Kevin Kolb remains a hotly-discussed topic.

A downcast look at the Redskins’ Washington Football Club’s quarterback situation.

Bears LB Lance Briggs used to be okay with the idea of an 18-game season, but he’s now against it.

Maryland WR Torrey Smith took his first official visit, to the Lions.

The Packers like the historical heft of the statues outside Lambeau Field.

Former Vikings assistant coach Murray Warmuth died this week at the age of 98.

Virginia Tech RB Ryan Williams’s Pro Day workout was watched by the Falcons.

The Panthers would surely be interested to hear Rob Rang of CBSSports.com call Alabama DL Marcell Dareus the surest thing in the draft.

Saints owner Tom Benson plans to put on a good set of owners meetings despite the backdrop of the lockout.

Buccaneers RB Earnest Graham has one of the bigger pending roster bonuses in the NFC South.

Cardinals DT Dan Williams had a better season than you probably realized.

The Rams will have a pre-draft visit with Lehigh G Will Rackley.

The 49ers are expected to attend an April workout by Eastern Washington RB Taiwan Jones.

The Seahawks reportedly tried to trade for QB Trent Edwards before acquiring Charlie Whitehurst.

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2 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. bwisnasky says: Mar 20, 2011 9:47 AM

    Funny how PFT mentions GQ slamming Raider fans, but Eagles and Phillies fans top the list… pretty lame for a one-liner….

  2. palinforpresidentofnorthkorea says: Mar 20, 2011 11:07 AM

    Are you allowed to use the word “Redskins”?

    Lil’ Dan will be sending you a letter!

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