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Saturday morning one-liners

Elvis Dumervil, Le Kevin Smith, Jaron Baston AP

There will be a camera in the Bills draft room.

Pat Kirwan of NFL.com agrees with Bill Parcells: The Dolphins should have drafted Matt Ryan over Jake Long.

Drew Bledsoe reminisces about his days with the Patriots as he waits to hear if he’ll enter the team’s Hall of Fame.

Jets CB Kyle Wilson talked about his up-and-down rookie season.

Would Missouri DE/OLB Aldon Smith fit as a member of the Ravens defense?

Can the Bengals wait and get a quarterback with the 35th pick?

The hardest part of listing the Browns’ draft needs might be putting them in the correct order of importance.

Abilene Christian WR Edmond Gates will kick off next week with a visit with the Steelers.

The Texans have plenty of possibilities with their first round pick.

A look back at notable linebackers drafted by the Colts.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union thinks there’s a chance the Jaguars bring back LB Kirk Morrison.

The Titans might have a tough time trading down in the first round.

DE Elvis Dumervil’s return could impact the Broncos’ decision making at the top of the draft.

Offensive line is at the top of the list of Chiefs draft needs.

After going to his workout, the Raiders set up a private workout with Eastern Washington RB Taiwan Jones.

LB Shaun Phillips is one of the best Chargers fourth-round picks ever.

Cal DE Cameron Jordan could be a perfect fit for the Cowboys defense.

Temple DL Muhammad Wilkerson grew up as a big Giants fan.

Are the Eagles’ offensive line needs being overstated?

The Redskins appear to have the ammunition to move up in the first round.

Explaining why it would be hard for the Lions to pass on Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara if he’s available in the first round.

Packers WR Jordy Nelson should be on the field on both passing and running downs next season.

Although G.M. Rick Spielman said otherwise on PFT Live, Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune thinks DE Ray Edwards is a long shot to return to the Vikings.

Hawaii RB Alex Green will have a visit with the Falcons on Tuesday.

Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com finds it hard to explain why the Panthers are considering QB Cam Newton with the first overall pick.

Said Saints QB Drew Brees when asked why he was taking a prominent role in the labor fight, “If not me, then who?”

The Buccaneers aren’t counting on a return from RB Kareem Huggins.

The safe approach to the draft might not be the right approach for the Cardinals.

Rams LB James Laurinaitis is starting to organize workouts for the Rams defense.

The 49ers’ current quarterback predicament highlights the danger of missing with the first overall pick.

Seahawks FB Michael Robinson is going to be a television commentator for Penn State’s spring game on Saturday.

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7 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dempsey63 says: Apr 16, 2011 10:18 AM

    “Said Saints QB Drew Brees when asked why he was taking a prominent role in the labor fight, ‘If not me, then who?’”
    ____________________________________

    Any parent who has ever been forced to watch “Barney” for hours on end will recognize a specific moral here:

    Barney took the cookies from the cookie jar.

    Who me?

    Yes you.

    Couldn’t be.

    Then who?

    Drew Brees took the cookies from the cookie jar.

    Who me?

    Yes you.

    Couldn’t be.

    Then who?

    (Get your hand out of the cookie jar, Drew!)

  2. longislandcowboysfan says: Apr 16, 2011 12:02 PM

    Dempsey… That might be the worst comment anyone has ever left on any website. You should be embarrassed and ashamed of yourself. Go back to commenting Youtube videos.

  3. seattlerogueburner says: Apr 16, 2011 12:35 PM

    @Dempsey

    …What?

  4. narutofan10 says: Apr 16, 2011 1:10 PM

    @Dempsey EPIC FAIL

  5. dempsey63 says: Apr 16, 2011 5:20 PM

    Pleading guilty. But I’m blaming performance-diminishing substances.

  6. thereisalwaysnextyear says: Apr 16, 2011 8:29 PM

    “The 49ers’ current quarterback predicament highlights the danger of missing with the first overall pick.”

    Yeh, and it also stresses the need for a rookie salary cap. So it don’t destroy a franchise if you swing and miss on a guy that’s never taken a NFL snap. It will also alow teams to sit on QB’s they take to develope because they will not have to devote so much to a non-proven QB and will drastically improve QB play in the league over time.

  7. thereisalwaysnextyear says: Apr 17, 2011 1:36 PM

    So it don’t destroy a franchise

    Woops, meant so it doesn’t, not don’t obviously

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