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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills coach Chan Gailey had plenty of nice things to say about Texas A&M LB Von Miller.

Peter King of SI.com doesn’t believe Patriots QB Tom Brady owes insurance salesmen an apology for crying about the thought of becoming one.

Ravens RB Ray Rice said he isn’t a guy coaches have to worry about when it comes to staying in shape.

There’s a pretty good chance of the Bengals and Cam Newton playing in the same preseason game.

Georgia WR A.J. Green will visit with the Browns on Wednesday.

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette believes Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders is on the cusp of a breakout season.

If the Texans were given the chance to do the 2006 draft all over again, they probably would pass.

The birth of Colts QB Peyton Manning’s twins has been confirmed.

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew said again on Tuesday that he’s ahead of schedule in rehab from knee surgery.

KR Marc Mariani is one of many good finds by the Titans late in the draft.

Darcel McBath should get a shot at a starting safety spot with the Broncos.

Virginia Union T David Mims had a workout with the Chiefs.

The Raiders haven’t drafted a long-term starting quarterback since Ken Stabler.

Will Chargers QB Billy Volek follow Ron Rivera to the Panthers once the league year begins?

Cowboys QB Tony Romo’s team won the Adams Golf Pro-Scratch Championship for the second time in three years.

Offensive linemen Brandon Fusco and Will Rackley both had workouts with the Giants.

The Eagles need a cornerback capable of playing press coverage.

There’s a good chance that the Bears will look to upgrade at guard during the draft.

A preseason game with the Patriots, should it go off as planned, will be the first primetime television appearance by the Lions in many years.

Former Vikings DE Carl Eller was among the retired players who met with Judge Arthur Boylan on Tuesday.

Falcons DE Kroy Biermann was almost as productive as John Abraham last season.

ESPN.com believes Panthers LB Jon Beason is the best linebacker in the NFC South.

The draft could do a lot to determine LB Scott Shanle’s future with the Saints.

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy called his visit to Rwanda and Uganda a “life-changing” experience.

WR Larry Fitzgerald and other Cardinals are working out at Arizona State.

Washington LB Mason Foster was one of several defensive players to visit the Rams on Tuesday.

Do the Seahawks believe DT Brandon Mebane is a player they can build around?

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6 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. 1pjw says: Apr 13, 2011 10:48 AM

    Former Vikings DE Carl Eller was among the retired players who met with Judge Arthur Boylan on Tuesday.

    DUI is a federal offense now?

  2. kleppnasty says: Apr 13, 2011 12:04 PM

    Why is there a picture of the 9ers, but they’re the only team not included in today’s morning one-liners?

  3. ndgarretjax says: Apr 13, 2011 12:50 PM

    The birth of Colts QB Peyton Manning’s twins has been confirmed.

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    are their heads as big as Peyton’s?

  4. texasphinsfan says: Apr 13, 2011 2:25 PM

    “Why is there a picture of the 9ers, but they’re the only team not included in today’s morning one-liners?”

    There were only 27 blurbs listed. Several teams didn’t get a mention. It happens

  5. texasphinsfan says: Apr 13, 2011 2:29 PM

    Oh shut up, Peter King.

    I’m an insurance salesman and I’m not offended by Tom Heart’s comments… and I’m a Dolphins fan to boot. Kids don’t dream of being insurance salesmen; they dream of being rock stars and athletes. The truth is many failed professional athletes become insurance salesmen. It is what it is.

    Stereotypes aren’t offensive. If you’re offended by stereotypes, the problem is you.

    Ugh, when does Peter King retire?

  6. rskills says: Apr 13, 2011 4:09 PM

    texasphinsfan,

    The article says Peter King doesn’t believe Tom owes insurance salesmen an apology!

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