Sunday morning one-liners

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An outline of what Dolphins coach Tony Sparano wants from QB Chad Henne.

Will the Patriots get into a bidding war to retain T Matt Light?

Jets S Emmanuel Cook is hosting a charity weekend to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Terrell Suggs lined up with his hand on the ground more often than not for the Ravens last season.

Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com uses the 1995 Bengals to illustrate the growth of the league and how it led to the lockout.

TE Jordan Cameron has been getting pointers from Browns teammates Evan Moore and Ben Watson.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin’s football camp is free to all of the young players who attend.

The Texans could target CB Jonathan Joseph once the free-agency season gets underway.

Colts P Pat McAfee has really taken to Twitter.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union calls on the NFL to do away with the blackout rule for the Jaguars and everyone else in 2011.

Titans RB Chris Johnson says he’s concentrated on returning to the playoffs, not on his contract.

How would you rank the greatest Broncos players of all time?

Chiefs players had a busy week as TE Leonard Pope’s heroism was balanced by S Eric Berry and CB Brandon Flowers’s involvement with the now-infamous porn party.

Can the Raiders afford to sacrifice another 2012 draft pick for QB Terrelle Pryor?

Boxing is a big part of Chargers RB Mike Tolbert’s training regimen this offseason.

Bucky Brooks of NFL.com thinks the Cowboys have the NFC East’s best passing attack.

Albany businesses are fearful of life without Giants training camp.

Eagles DL Trevor Laws says that he feels stronger than he ever has in the past.

Redskins quarterbacks John Beck and Rex Grossman have different styles.

Bears rookie Gabe Carimi is happy playing either left or right tackle.

KR Stefan Logan is happy to play any offensive role the Lions have in mind for him.

A vote in favor of the Packers being the best sports franchise in the country.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan has been working closely with rookie WR Julio Jones.

If he stays with the Panthers, WR Steve Smith could do a lot to help QB Cam Newton transition to the NFL.

Former Saints FB Buford Jordan will be inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

Former Buccaneers LB Ryan Nece fell short of the standard set by his father Ronnie Lott.

Dan Bickley of the Arizona Republic thinks Cardinals fans are going to love LB Sam Acho.

Defensive tackle remains a spot the Rams need to address before next season starts.

Said 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh of WR Michael Crabtree, “He’s got the license and he’s got the ability and from my experience being around him, I think he’s a guy that’s about us and about the team being successful.”

A look inside Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s Win Forever seminar from this week.

7 responses to “Sunday morning one-liners

  1. “I think he’s a guy that’s about us and about the team being successful.” Mr Harbaugh, nobody believes that, and wishing that was the case won’t make it so.

  2. Bucky Brooks of NFL.com thinks the Cowboys have the NFC East’s best passing attack.

    Just another example of the media paying too much attention and giving too much praise to what is a mediocre at best Cowboys team. I think the Packers just might have a better passing attack…

  3. Haha, oh dixon29… That’s fine if you think the Packers have a better passing game (they do), but they aren’t in the NFC East.

    The passing games for the NFC East are:

    Cowboys (Tony Romo throwing to Miles Austin, Dez Bryant, and Roy Williams)

    Eagles (Michael Vick throwing to DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, and Jason Avant)

    Giants (Eli Manning throwing to Steve Smith, Hakeem Nicks, and Mario Manningham)

    Redskins (????? throwing to Santana Moss… Anthony Armstrong… and… ?)

    Overall, they each have a nice weapon (except the Redskins) in Bryant, Jackson, and Hicks respectively, but with a strong backfield for the Eagles and Giants, I think they take the cake on this one.

  4. The passing games for the NFC East are:

    Cowboys (Tony Romo throwing to Miles Austin, Dez Bryant, and Roy Williams)

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    And Witten, who was third in the NFL in pass receptions (including WRs).

  5. As far as the Packers/Cowboys are concerned, they were pretty close, statistically. GB had 2 more passing TDs and 82 more passing yards and that was with Kitna getting the majority of the snaps because of Romo’s injury.

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