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Monday morning one-liners

Aaron Williams should have every chance to compete for a starting cornerback role with the Bills.

Outside of quarterback, the Dolphins filled their needs during the draft.

The addition of two running backs could spell the end of Kevin Faulk’s run with the Patriots.

New Jets QB Greg McElroy knows that he has a bit in common with Joe Namath.

The Ravens have no plans to move Tyrod Taylor from quarterback.

Browns G.M. Tom Heckert said that TE Jordan Cameron was head and shoulders above every other player on their draft board in the fourth round.

Steelers linebackers coach Keith Butler talked about the difficulties rookies will face if the lockout continues for a long time.

The Texans expect “exponential growth” from CB Kareem Jackson in his second season.

RB Donald Brown could be fighting for his future with the Colts this season.

Taking QB Blaine Gabbert doesn’t do much to make Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio’s job easier in the short term.

The Titans figure to be very active in free agency.

Defensive tackle remains a huge need for the Broncos.

The Chiefs got much younger on both the offensive and defensive lines.

The resumption of the lockout makes life difficult for Raiders assistant offensive line coach Steve Wisniewski and his nephew, Raiders draftee Stefen Wisniewski.

A pass rushing outside linebacker remains a need for the Chargers.

The Cowboys’ draft makes it seem like they thought last year’s defensive performance wasn’t caused by bad players.

Adding WR Jerrel Jernigan could mean the Wildcat is coming to the Giants.

Ashley Fox of the Philadelphia Inquirer looks at the Eagles’ decision to move on from K David Akers.

The draft didn’t bring the Bears the big receiver they need for their offense.

The core of the Lions offense will likely be together for a long time.

The Packers are counting on LB Ricky Elmore’s productivity on the field mattering more than his combine performance.

Rebuilding isn’t a popular word around the Vikings.

Opinions are split on whether or not the Falcons paid too much to get WR Julio Jones.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera told CB Brandon Hogan, who had off-field issues at West Virginia, that Rivera has a zero tolerance policy.

The Saints did a good job of covering themselves against the uncertain free-agent future.

After a strong draft, the Buccaneers have to face the reality of being a young team that can’t work together because of the lockout.

After drafting for need in the past, the Cardinals showed a different plan this year.

WR Donnie Avery isn’t guaranteed a spot with the Rams this season.

Any grade of the 49ers’ 2011 draft will hinge on what happens with QB Colin Kaepernick.

The Seahawks didn’t get much love from the draftniks.

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5 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. zeagles4 says: May 2, 2011 10:11 AM

    there was a shooting at a party hosted by nate washington in toledo ohio saturday night, kenny britt and shaun rogers were there too

  2. myeaglescantwin says: May 2, 2011 12:11 PM

    I think the Bucs and the Lions helped themselves the most in this draft.

    I see the bears really goin after Syndey Rice now they didnt draft any weapons for Cutler.

    My eagles had the most dull draft of the NFL.. they picked up a 5’9 ILB.. wtf

  3. littlebrutus says: May 2, 2011 1:14 PM

    With all do respect to zeagles4, neither Nate, Kenny, or shaun was there at this function, I was
    there and they were never present. Wrong info you recieved this is how rumors get started. I know the facts.

  4. stevemo says: May 2, 2011 1:26 PM

    McElroy grew up watching a guy who retired more than 10 years before he was born?

  5. buchicorp says: May 2, 2011 2:28 PM

    Please do not link to any more Ashley Fox articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer. She hates the current regime/Reid and constantly mis-reports or ignores facts that undermine her agenda.

    She brings up Dawkins, SBrown and Akers as mistakes of letting guys go before they are done….anyone who saw Dawkins play last year knows he is done, great player for our Eagles, but got burned badly in coverage here and now in Denver. Same with Brown, injured alot and got scorched in coverage here his last year and in Cleveland last year.

    I love what Akers has brought to this team and do hope they can work something out, but the Eagles are pretty good at evaluating when its time to move on and Henery looks like a good prospect.

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