Friday morning one-liners


Would QB Tyler Thigpen be a good fit for the Bills?

Rookie WR Edmond Gates should get a shot returning kicks for the Dolphins.

What does the addition of two running backs mean for RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis’s Patriots future?

Jets TE Dustin Keller has bulked up since the end of the season.

The Ravens expect to play rookie wide receivers Tandon Doss and Torrey Smith at the same time.

The Bengals have announced a new radio team for the upcoming season.

Owen Marecic played both ways at Stanford, but the Browns want him to be a fullback and special teamer.

Ron Cook of the Pittsbugh Post-Gazette defends Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall’s right to free speech.

A lockout would benefit one of the government bodies that oversees the Texans stadium.

Roger Goodell’s conference call with Colts fans didn’t generate a positive response.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union wants people to give the Jaguars draftees some time before laying on criticism.

Titans DL Jovan Haye lost weight last season but he’s now putting some of it back on.

Chiefs DB Javier Arenas was in the thick of the devastating tornado in Tuscaloosa.

A look at the financial benefits of the naming rights deal at the Raiders stadium.

Are the Chargers a potential landing spot for WR Steve Smith?

There are differing opinions about whether Cowboys WR Dez Bryant would be cleared for workouts in a lockout-free world.

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks isn’t being bothered at all by the toe injury that slowed him last season.

S Jaiquawn Jarrett had a lot of admirers before the Eagles grabbed him with the 54th pick.

Doing the point-counterpoint thing with the Redskins draft.

The addition of QB Nathan Enderle puts Caleb Hanie on the hot seat with the Bears.

The Lions plan to keep DeAndre Levy at middle linebacker.

RB Alex Green is the first player the Packers have ever drafted from Hawaii.

The Vikings rookies have their uniform numbers.

Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff feels WR Julio Jones has no bust potential.

LB Thomas Davis thinks the Panthers will allow him to explore free agency.

A discussion of what the Saints players are up to in their self-organized workouts.

The pros and cons of a Buccaneers season of Hard Knocks.

The Cardinals still don’t know G Alan Faneca’s plans for the upcoming season.

There’s a lot of balls in the air for the Rams at wide receiver.

How did the Seahawks do during the draft?

7 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. SS doesn’t want to be on a rebuilding team but he wants to go to Oak?
    Don’t get me wrong, I think Oak is doing a lot of good things and may contend this season but I think they are still in the rebuilding phase. Kind of like SF isl…why not them if he wants to stay in Cali? If you’re a vet and want to go to a good team, not one that may take a few years (which is his situation- at best- in Carolina), does it make much sense to trade a young 2-14 team with a new HC to go to a team like Oak or SF that’s probably just 2-3 steps ahead of that in the rebuilding phase and also both have new HCs?
    SD makes sense, they are usually in the thick of the race and of those three CA teams, actually have made the playoffs multiple times within the last 5-6 years. They also have a good offensive mind @ HC (which SS has never had @HC) and a
    very good QB.

  2. Rookie WR Edmond Gates should get a shot returning kicks for the Dolphins.

    If by “returning kicks” you mean “catching kickoffs in the endzone and taking a knee.”

  3. “Roger Goodell’s conference call with Colts fans didn’t generate a positive response”

    Of course it didn’t. Millions of our tax dollars have gone to a new stadium, new hotels downtown, and road construction for the SB to come to town. We’ve had to endure a few years of altered traffic patters, ridiculous construction delays, and general annoyance to make the city more suitable for hosting a Super Bowl that we’re being told might not even come.

    Of course we’re not happy, and probably more unhappy than a lot of cities right now.

  4. Good news: There is perhaps only one person on earth that thinks Caleb Hanie is a worse QB than Todd Collins, Dan LeFevour and Nathan Enderle.

    Bad news (for Bears fans): It’s Mike Martz.

  5. I’m with you, “comeonnowguys” I don’t get what Martz has against Hainie. He was the best QB that played in that last Bears game. He may not be “Martz’s guy,” but he’s a serviceable back-up to Jay. Damn sight better than Todd Collins.

    No idea about Nathan Enderle… hopefully Martz is right and he will be better than Caleb, but I scratch my head over Martz & Hainie…

  6. “RB Alex Green is the first player the Packers have ever drafted from Hawaii.”

    And the fans anticipate seeing the Haka performed at Lambeau Field.

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