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Sunday morning one-liners

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The Bills did a lot to set themselves up for a defensive improvement over the last three days.

Dolphins QB Chad Henne has more weapons at his disposal.

T Marcus Cannon hopes his cancer treatments allow him to be ready for camp with the Patriots.

The Jets may have been sending messages to veteran players with their selections on the final day.

One new member of the Ravens, WR Torrey Smith, stuck up for new teammate CB Jimmy Smith.

Andy Dalton will be the first Bengals quarterback to wear number 14 since Ken Anderson.

The only disagreement in the Browns draft room had to do with the choice of food.

Chris Carter is the latest undersized defensive end to become a Steelers outside linebacker.

The Texans’ decision to load up on defense met with approval from Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com

A resumption of the lockout means the Colts can’t do their customary work snapping up undrafted rookies.

Todd McShay of ESPN.com is a fan of the Jaguars’ decision to trade up for QB Blaine Gabbert.

The Titans hope RB Jamie Harper can become a useful change of pace for Chris Johnson.

The Broncos draft was about undoing what Josh McDaniels brought to the team.

The Chiefs took more chances than usual in this year’s draft.

Addressing the offensive line was necessary, but the Raiders didn’t do much to help their run defense.

Did the Chargers reach for LB Jonas Mouton in the third round?

The Cowboys added some competition for kick return jobs.

Improved special teams are an intended benefit of the Gaints draft.

Eagles coach Andy Reid said that LB Casey Matthews figures to play in the middle.

It looks like the Redskins picked up several players who fit well in their defensive scheme.

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com believes the selection of DT Nick Fairley started a draft that makes the Lions a serious contender in the NFC North.

The Packers might have gotten better on offense this weekend.

New Vikings DB Mistral Raymond’s exciting draft moment was tempered by a recent family tragedy.

Falcons LB Akeem Dent was thrilled to get drafted by his hometown team.

Said Saints coach Sean Payton, “I think part of our jobs, I guess, is to worry. But I do think that we were able to address some spots (of need), and some players fell to us that we didn’t anticipate.”

Doubling down on tight ends should solidify the position for the Buccaneers going forward.

The Cardinals plan to use Sam Acho as an outside linebacker.

Rams QB Sam Bradford got a lot of help during the draft.

The 49ers will be changing the positions of several draftees.

It surprised a lot of people when the Seahawks selected WR Kris Durham in the fourth round.

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2 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. bucforever says: May 1, 2011 11:35 AM

    Ok, the Bucs got a few real steals in this draft. They oppted not to beef up the offensive line. But the upgrade in the tight end position should allow Freeman to get rid of the ball faster and avoid the sacks. The big back they got in Bradford may replace Cadillac’s position as a back field body guard for the quarterback too. Most of the guys they picked were team leaders and hav played more than one position. That means more options. This looks like another great job by the Bucs staff in filling the needs of the team again. GO BUCS!

  2. cliffknotes says: May 1, 2011 12:01 PM

    Who are the Gaints?

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