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Saturday morning one-liners

Nate Burleson, Shaun Hill AP

The Bills expect LB Kelvin Sheppard to challenge for playing time immediately.

LB Channing Crowder said he is fine with unstructured workouts, but that some Dolphins will suffer because of the lockout.

WR Taylor Price is trying to build on his “redshirt” year with the Patriots.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez wants to get at least 50 teammates together for the next round of workouts.

Matt Vensel of the Baltimore Sun writes that T Jared Gaither is unlikely to remain with the Ravens.

DT Domata Peko has stepped into a leadership role with the Bengals.

Former members of the Steelers look back at the 1987 strike.

Texans linebackers coach Reggie Herring thinks people are making too big a deal of Mario Williams switching positions.

The Colts rank sixth on FOXSports.com’s ranking of the NFL’s 32 organizations.

Said Jaguars G.M. Gene Smith of DE Aaron Kampman, “He’s passionate about the profession. He’s very serious in his approach and he’s very sincere in his message. He’s a guy on the practice field – you don’t just see him. You feel him. He makes people around him better.”

Titans S Myron Rolle, a former Rhodes scholar, has kept busy with more than football this offseason.

Woody Paige of the Denver Post believes the Broncos have already decided RB Knowshon Moreno can’t be their feature back.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley hopes C Casey Wiegmann will play one more season.

The Raiders don’t appear to be a realistic landing spot for WR Plaxico Burress.

Chargers DT Antonio Garay led the league in pressure per snap in 2010.

The Cowboys need a lot more from CB Mike Jenkins.

Giants rookie WR Jernel Jernigan has to start making up for lost time.

There’s an effort afoot to erect a statue in honor of former Eagles LB Chuck Bednarik.

Veteran Redskins said that rookie DL Chris Neild picked things up quickly during workouts.

Former Bears RB Gale Sayers wants the current players to do more for the ones of his generation.

Lions QB Shaun Hill received an award from the Gridiron Greats group of retired players.

Vic Carucci of NFL.com thinks the Packers are making a mistake with a private ring ceremony.

The Vikings have talked about adding a veteran quarterback.

Falcons owner Arthur Blank said that the team would consider being on Hard Knocks in the future.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera is happy to hear about the workouts his players have been having recently.

Former Saints QB Bobby Hebert is talking up his “We Want Football” effort.

TE Kellen Winslow wants the Buccaneers to keep CB Aqib Talib on the roster.

A look at how the Cardinals design a play.

In Kurt Warner, NFL.com believes the Rams turned up the number one undrafted player of all time.

RB Frank Gore could be joining the 49ers workouts soon.

WR Deon Butler couldn’t take part in drills during the Seahawks workouts as he recovers from a broken leg.

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3 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. ampats says: Jun 4, 2011 9:07 AM

    The reason that Mark Sanchez can’t get most of his team 50+ players unlike another AFC East MVP QB that plays about 200 miles North of the Meadowlands is that his team realizes that he is the reason that they can’t win a NFL Championship with him under center.

    Let the Greg McElroy era begin !

  2. aaronrodgersbelt says: Jun 4, 2011 10:15 AM

    Vic Carruci has no idea what he’s talking about. Uproar? Blech.

  3. axespray says: Jun 4, 2011 2:07 PM

    “Vic Carucci of NFL.com thinks the Packers are making a mistake with a private ring ceremony.”

    Funny, I seem to recall mr carucci saying (on NFL’s Top 10 Revenge Games) that, “Favre ultimately got the last laugh.(LOL).”

    This guy is a JOKE!

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