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Sunday morning one-liners

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Would the Dolphins make a good choice for the next season of Hard Knocks?

The Patriots are more concerned with forging bonds than Xs and Os in their workouts.

Ravens K Billy Cundiff took part in the festivities at the Preakness.

S Chinedum Ndukwe hopes to return to the Bengals despite not being tendered a contract before the lockout.

Could DE Vernon Gholston get a shot with the Browns?

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette thinks it is sad that RB Willie Parker wants to return to the Steelers.

A look at the changing of the Polians in the Colts front office.

Jaguars TE Marcedes Lews doesn’t think QB David Garrard will be negatively impacted by QB Blaine Gabbert’s arrival.

Will the Titans have a better interior offensive line this year?

Broncos QB Kyle Orton might come cheaper than Kevin Kolb because he’s played more in his career.

The Chiefs have done well by signing castoffs from other teams.

Offensive line coach Bob Wylie might have been the most significant addition to the Raiders staff.

A profile of the work done by the Chargers’ strength and conditioning staff.

The lockout might have put the kibosh on Stephen McGee’s chances of becoming the Cowboys’ backup quarterback this year.

Giants T David Diehl thinks RB Tiki Barber will prove his detractors wrong in his comeback.

A look at how Kurt Coleman fits into the Eagles’ plans at safety.

You can now stop wondering what Mark Rypien thinks of the Redskins quarterback situation.

J’Marcus Webb has more of the left tackle traits the Bears are looking for than Gabe Carimi.

Veteran Lions players liked what the team did during the draft.

The Packers have a tight end for every flavor.

Pondering Matt Hasselbeck as the next Vikings quarterback.

Falcons QB John Parker Wilson is helping WR Julio Jones, a fellow Alabama product, acclimate to the NFL.

Does the lockout preclude the chances of an impressive rookie year for Panthers QB Cam Newton?

Buccaneers DT Brian Price has started running as part of his recovery from a pelvic fracture.

A look back at the Cardinals’ path to a new stadium.

John Clayton of ESPN.com thinks the Rams should sign WR Randy Moss and RB Darren Sproles when the lockout ends.

QB Colin Kaepernick isn’t cowed by the thought of learning the 49ers playbook.

The pros and cons of trying Charlie Whitehurst as the Seahawks quarterback.

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7 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. stubbyjones says: May 22, 2011 9:16 AM

    No, Cam Newton precludes the chances of an impressive rookie year for Cam Newton.

  2. FinFan68 says: May 22, 2011 10:40 AM

    Please don’t have the Dolphins on Hard Knocks. Although, Ross seems all about “celebrity” so it is likely inevitable. Ugh

  3. kw867233 says: May 22, 2011 12:00 PM

    Vernon Gholston doesn’t deserve a shot on anyones bench no less a field. He’s taking up space on a bench that the Browns could put a spare water jug on

  4. schmitty2 says: May 22, 2011 12:06 PM

    Of course Clayton thinks Moss should sign in St Louis..he knows that would NOT help Bradford. He’s based out of Seattle and probably a diehard Hawk’s fan

  5. spfripp says: May 22, 2011 2:32 PM

    I think Dolphins would be great for Hard Knocks. I mean you have a QB that everyone hates, a diva WR, a LB that can’t stop flapping his gums and a owner who says boneheaded things such as Miami will win the SB this year or Henne will be a better QB then Marino. Has all the makings for good TV.

  6. joeyballgame4 says: May 22, 2011 6:52 PM

    if there are replacement players, owners will second guess turning down hard knocks

  7. liltifer says: May 22, 2011 9:05 PM

    As secretive as the Dolphins are, they’d never allow it.

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