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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Is Matt Moore a possibility at quarterback for the Dolphins?

QB Ryan Fitzpatrick feels he is growing into the role as leader of the Bills.

The Patriots are expected to keep QB Brian Hoyer as the primary backup.

Phil Simms believes Ravens QB Joe Flacco can lead his team to a Super Bowl.

Ten things you might not have known about Bengals WR A.J. Green.

Johnny Brewer, a tight end on the 1964 champion Browns, died at the age of 74.

What is WR Limas Sweed’s future with the Steelers?

Because the Colts’ stadium is hosting the Super Bowl, Indianapolis is caught in the middle of the lockout.

Glover Quin said he has no idea what position the Texans want him to play next season.

The Jaguars need a healthy TE Zach Miller to fill a slot receiver spot for them.

Titans RB Chris Johnson tied for the top spot in ESPN.com’s ranking of the best offensive players in football.

Broncos coach John Fox has agreed to appear at a football camp that’s having a hard time because of the lockout.

The Chiefs should have a more balanced red zone attack next season.

Coach Hue Jackson is bringing back some of the old Raiders themes.

S Eric Weddle’s future doesn’t appear to be with the Chargers.

A look at what Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray is up to while waiting to start his rookie year.

Said Giants WR Steve Smith, “I love New York and I love the fans and we have had so much success there, I just hope that we can get a deal done and I will be back.”

Eagles offensive line coach Howard Mudd has a habit of surviving motorcycle crashes.

Adidas announced that they have signed deals with Dolphins WR Edmond Gates and Redskins WR Leonard Hankerson.

Long-term contracts for RB Matt Forte and TE Greg Olsen are on the agenda for the Bears.

Packers P Tim Masthay had to buy some footballs so he could get work done during the lockout.

Ross Tucker of ESPN.com writes about the importance of the rookie symposium for Vikings QB Christian Ponder and other new NFLers.

Falcons DE Kroy Biermann became a father on Tuesday.

Said Panthers T Jordan Gross as the team started workouts, “I think there’s great things to come, and this just makes me excited — days like today.”

Peter King of SI.com doesn’t think Saints QB Drew Brees will get any blowback from owners for his role in the labor dispute.

RB Cadillac Williams hopes to find a place in the Buccaneers’ garage next season.

Bad fit or not, it still looks like the Cardinals will pursue a trade for Kevin Kolb.

Hall of Famer Andy Robustelli, who died on Tuesday, is a Giants legend, but he could have been a Rams icon instead.

The 49ers envision a big role for DL Ricky Jean Francois.

Is Charlie Whitehurst blowing his chance to be starting quarterback for the Seahawks?

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1 Response to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. citizenstrange says: Jun 1, 2011 10:16 AM

    WOW! What an insightful and well thought out article about Limas Sweed’s future with the Steelers.

    Lots to digest there. Thanks for bringing that wellspring of information to our attention.

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