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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Former NFL QB Jim Miller, who is now a radio and TV analyst, reports the Bills were going to trade back into the first round if Christian Ponder was still on the board.

Peter King of SI.com thinks the Dolphins regret their trade for WR Brandon Marshall.

The college position coach of Patriots T Nate Solder has no doubts about his pupil’s ability to star in the NFL.

Ravens CB Jimmy Smith would like to swap numbers with CB Lardarius Webb.

The Bengals think they got players who will help on special teams.

Bold draft day trades are nothing new for the Browns, but they haven’t borne much fruit.

Steelers RB Baron Batch detailed his draft day reunion with his father.

LB Brooks Reed could have an immediate impact on the Texans defense.

The Colts made a concerted effort to better protect their biggest asset during the draft.

LB Kirk Morrison remains open to the idea of returning to the Jaguars.

Titans QB Jake Locker has a big fan in Warren Moon.

A car accident gave Broncos LB Nate Irving a new outlook on life.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley has a lot of experience with high-maintenance wide receivers.

Raiders free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha highlights a low-wattage group of free agents.

The Chargers would like to keep LB Kevin Burnett.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo is going to try to qualify for the U.S. Open again this year.

Giants TE Kevin Boss said his rehab from hip surgery is coming along well.

Eagles DE Victor Abiamiri is working hard to change his label as an injury-prone player.

An assessment of Redskins QB John Beck’s fitness for a starting role.

DT Stephen Paea wants to make the Bears look good for trading up to get him.

The Lions wanted to trade up for CB Patrick Peterson last Thursday.

An in-depth recap of what the Packers did during the draft.

When Vikings DT Christian Ballard failed a drug test is more alarming than the fact that he failed a drug test.

Jay Glazer of FOX reports that the Falcons would have selected T Gabe Carimi if they were unable to make the trade for Julio Jones.

Panthers QB Cam Newton’s brother was drafted by the UFL this week.

Saints QB Drew Brees thinks there’s still a big role for RB Reggie Bush on the team.

Former Buccaneers LB Derrick Brooks was honored by the team at a dinner on Saturday night.

This year’s draft showed how much power WR Larry Fitzgerald enjoys in the Cardinals organization.

Rams WR Mardy Gilyard might need a great camp to make the team.

Trent Dilfer of ESPN believes 49ers RB Kendall Hunter could be the steal of the draft.

Andy Benoit of the New York Times applauds Seahawks WR Mike Williams‘ comeback, but says he’s still just a possession receiver.

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5 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. zoxitic says: May 4, 2011 8:52 AM

    Trent Dilfer of ESPN believes 49ers RB Kendall Hunter could be the steal of the draft.

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    Is this the same Trent Dilfer who though Bradford would be a disaster?

  2. La Milicia Negra says: May 4, 2011 10:36 AM

    —”When Vikings DT Christian Ballard failed a drug test is more alarming than the fact that he failed a drug test”—

    what does that mean?

  3. purpledrank26 says: May 4, 2011 11:02 AM

    When Vikings DT Christian Ballard failed a drug test is more alarming than the fact that he failed a drug test.
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    i am glad that anyone with a GED can get a job writing on this site. try taking a course in English.

  4. zoxitic says: May 4, 2011 11:46 AM

    He failed it at the combine knowing that a test will be taken. Therefore, WHEN he failed it is more alarming. Did you need clarification on any other sentences?

  5. touchdownroddywhite says: May 4, 2011 11:54 AM

    “This year’s draft showed how much power WR Larry Fitzgerald enjoys in the Cardinals organization.” –

    I’m not surprised. The guy has a higher football AND financial IQ than half the folks associated with the team.

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