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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Number 86 is the most worn jersey number in Bills history.

Could the Dolphins be a bidder for RB Cedric Benson’s services?

Patriots S Patrick Chung said he hasn’t changed anything about his offseason workouts because of the lockouts.

Former Jets RB Emerson Boozer remembers his college teammate Clarence Clemons.

Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo was there to support former NFL players looking for more benefits at Monday’s press conference.

Bengals strength coach Kim Wood wants to see big hits in the NFL so long as players are prepared to receive them.

Browns players are planning a full-squad minicamp if the lockout keeps going.

A vote against RB Tiki Barber signing up with the Steelers.

Former Texans RB Tony Hollings is a notable recent supplemental draft bust.

Colts WR Austin Collie was on the receiving end of two of FoxSports.com’s most vicious hits of 2010.

LB Kirk Morrison only missed one tackle for the Jaguars last season.

Jason Jones thinks he might spend some time at defensive end for the Titans this season.

The Broncos will need to be active in free agency to fill the remaining holes on defense.

Raiders owner Al Davis gets a “who knows” on Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com’s prediction of how owners would vote on the NFL labor deal currently being discussed.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers ranked 26th on the NFL Network’s top 100 list voted on by other players.

RB DeMarco Murray wants to return kicks for the Cowboys.

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com thinks Roger Goodell needs to sell owners on making individual sacrifices for the greater good the way late Giants owner Wellington Mara did years ago.

Unless the Eagles start playing a different tune, it doesn’t look like WR Plaxico Burress will be back in the NFC East.

How will the Redskins fill out the running back depth chart?

A look at the role played by the Lions offensive line in QB Matthew Stafford’s injuries.

G Josh Sitton is showing off the Super Bowl ring he got with his Packers teammates last week.

Vikings G Steve Hutchinson says he feels as good as he ever has in his career.

Falcons LB Coy Wire has engaged in mind-coaching during his increased time off this offseason.

Don Banks of SI.com expects Panthers owner Jerry Richardson to play a big role during the ownership meeting.

T Jermon Bushrod wants to remain with the Saints.

Will Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman go down as the best quarterback in the 2009 draft class?

A detailed look at the Cardinals receiving corps.

Said Rams LB David Vobora after Monday’s judgment in his favor in a suit against a supplement company, “Today is a celebration.  Today, I’ve been proven innocent.”

It’s hard to project what the 49ers defensive line will look like until we know DT Aubrayo Franklin’s future.

Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, “It’s been normal for us with the exception of being on the field with the players. Of course it’s not normal that we don’t get to see them working out and all that, but we’ve done all of our work, we’re ready for the season.”

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5 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. phinfan says: Jun 21, 2011 11:48 AM

    Palmer now Benson? What are we becoming the Miami Bengals??? I kinda believe we narrowly missed playoffs last year and the Bengals missed them in the beginning of the year. Why do we want them?

  2. dexterismyhero says: Jun 21, 2011 12:09 PM

    Why the heck are we still talking about the top 100 players of 2010?

    Geez, just talk about a soap opera or something….

  3. dexterismyhero says: Jun 21, 2011 12:10 PM

    Great story on Boozer & Clemons though.

  4. jutts says: Jun 21, 2011 12:17 PM

    You can have Benson. Pay him, watch him stroke the Miami Fans like he did to Bear Fans.

  5. jefftberg says: Jun 21, 2011 12:51 PM

    86 is the most worn Bills number, eh? Nice to see that we only get the truly IMPORTANT news here. What’s next, a report on what the 49ers had for breakfast?

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