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Saturday morning one-liners

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The Bills and others at the top of the draft need to figure out which top prospects were just one-year wonders.

Here are five outside linebackers who might fit the Patriots’ draft needs.

Tom Kelleher, referee of the Dolphins’ win in Super Bowl VII, died this week.

Former Jets RB Freeman McNeil thinks history is repeating itself in the lockout.

History doesn’t help S Dawan Landry’s chances of returning to the Ravens.

A look back at the history of first-round trades for the Bengals.

The Browns will get a visit from Alabama DT Marcell Dareus.

Three offensive tackles — Jarriel King of South Carolina, James Carpenter of Alabama and Marcus Gilbert of Florida — visited with the Steelers.

A mock draft runs through all eight picks for the Texans.

DE Da’Quan Bowers will visit with the Colts next week.

The Jaguars had the fewest three-and-outs of any team last season.

Rusty Smith wants a shot to compete for the Titans quarterbacking job.

The Broncos could be in the market for a running back in the draft.

Chiefs players are going to gather for an informational meeting about the lockout.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson has high hopes for WR Jacoby Ford.

Chargers coach Norv Turner gave the team’s website an overview of the ofseason.

The lockout is stopping the Cowboys from offering any help to WR Dez Bryant.

C Shaun O’Hara’s injury makes it obvious why the Giants are interested in Florida OL Mike Pouncey.

The Eagles will have RB Taiwan Jones of Eastern Washington in for a workout.

Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. doesn’t think much of Redskins RB Ryan Torain.

The Bears remain committed to using Devin Hester as a wide receiver.

There’s no more secrecy about the prospects visiting the Lions.

A look at the Packers’ running back situation.

The Falcons have a good battle brewing for the starting nose tackle job.

When Panthers G.M. Marty Hurney wasn’t defending QB Cam Newton, he was defending himself for picking WR Armanti Edwards.

Two LSU players will have a workout with the Saints on April 14th.

Buccaneers T Donald Penn is an example of a player that teams should be digging for in the draft.

The Cardinals will have to decide whether or not QB Blaine Gabbert is special enough to be their first pick.

Southern Illinois University is a potential training camp site for the Rams.

The 49ers staff might have an edge on evaluating college players.

The offensive and defensive lines are the top draft priorities for the Seahawks.

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4 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. agelardi says: Apr 2, 2011 8:59 AM

    You know your team is in bad shape when the top news of the day is a referee from one of your games dying. RIP none the less.

  2. tncm333 says: Apr 2, 2011 9:36 AM

    Check your links dinks. Clicking on the Vikes stadium story takes you to the Packers RB story.

    I’m sure this is the first time that has ever happened…

  3. purpleman527 says: Apr 2, 2011 9:43 AM

    “The early news on the Vikings stadium bill isn’t good.”

    You are right. Considering your link for the story goes to the Packer’s website.

    DOH !!

  4. bartpkelly says: Apr 2, 2011 2:39 PM

    I hopr the Broncos draft a QB! Then…he tells them that he won’t play for them and demands a trade!
    Remember that Elway!

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