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Tuesday morning one-liners


Bills G.M. Buddy Nix shared his thoughts about trading down in the draft.

Washington LB Mason Foster and WR Denarius Moore are visiting with the Dolphins.

Said Patriots CB Leigh Bodden of CB Devin McCourty, “He’s a smart player, and that’s the thing that some rookies don’t have, is the knowledge of the game. That’s the majority of football, especially as you get older, not going off your athletic ability anymore. It’s knowing the game. And he knew that coming in.”

The 2011 season could be the last one for Jets QB Mark Brunell.

Vic Carucci of looks at the decision the Ravens have to make about paying QB Joe Flacco.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer doesn’t see the Bengals pulling off a trade for QB Kevin Kolb.

Chad Reuter of’s latest mock draft has the Browns grabbing North Carolina DE Robert Quinn.

Reliant Stadium, home of the Texans, was in the spotlight on Monday night.

Rob Rang of has the Jaguars taking Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan in his latest mock draft.

RB Chris Johnson offers the Titans some certainty during a time that’s short on it.

The future isn’t all that bright for Broncos RB Laurence Maroney.

Penn State OL Stefan Wisniewski could be a good fit for the Chiefs.

The Raiders recovered 22 of their own fumbles in 2010, best in the league.

Troy WR Jerrel Jernigan is expected to visit the Chargers.

Peter King of cites Cowboys WR Dez Bryant as a reason why the media makes a big deal about the character of draftees.

Alabama RB Mark Ingram could fit with the Giants, his father’s old team.

The top 10 plays of Eagles WR DeSean Jackson’s career.

Redskins QB Donovan McNabb is just one of many quarterbacks who could be moving when the league gets back to business.

The Bears had Pitt OL Jason Pinkston in for a private workout.

The Lions are checking out running backs, but not because they want to dump Jahvid Best.

Packers scout Alonzo Highsmith checked out SMU WR Aldrick Robinson at his Pro Day.

Trade possibilities for the Vikings on draft day.

Sorry, ladies (and Carson Daly): Falcons QB Matt Ryan is off the market.

Saints T Jon Stinchcomb seemed to lose his power last season.

There’s a good chance C Lyle Sendlein will be back with the Cardinals.

Rams RB Steven Jackson sneaks onto a list of football’s best Jacksons.

Eric Davis will replace Gary Plummer as the color analyst on 49ers radio broadcasts.

A profile of the impact DE Jacob Green had during his Seahawks career.

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5 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. nesuperfan says: Apr 5, 2011 9:23 AM

    They need a new daily post: Tuesday morning arrest log.

  2. rukiddnme29 says: Apr 5, 2011 11:26 AM

    This lockout is actually starting to make me feel bad for the media! There really isn’t much interesting to report on! Thanks for attempting to keep up informed and entertained during this mess!

  3. radrntn says: Apr 5, 2011 11:38 AM

    I do not know if you want to be 1st place in recovering your own fumbles, I would rather lead in having the least amount of fumbles

  4. canadianvikingfaniii says: Apr 5, 2011 12:25 PM

    Please don’t provide links to articles that belong to Mike Wobschall, the guy is a tool.

  5. dansnyder says: Apr 5, 2011 12:31 PM

    But what if you lose every fumble, a fumble doesnt mean anything unless its recovered by the opposite team. a team could fumble 100 times and recover 90 of them and a team could fumble 12 times and lose all 12 and guess who has the worse turnover ratio?

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