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Thursday morning one-liners

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A vote for the Bills to recognize the late RB Cookie Gilchrist on their Wall of Fame.

Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel thinks there’s a seven-percent chance that RB Ronnie Brown returns to the Dolphins.

The Patriots will match donations up to $100,000 to aid victims of tornadoes in Massachusetts.

Roddy White thinks Jets CB Darrelle Revis is the best corner in the game.

Is the Ravens’ decision to skip going away for training camp a bad omen for the resolution of the lockout?

Bengals T Andrew Whitworth is deserving of more praise than he’s gotten thus far in his career.

Browns defensive assistant Chuck Bullough taught some young players how to long snap at the team’s football camp.

Said Steelers DE Brett Keisel, “We’re used to, at this point, working a little bit so it will be nice when they get this thing done, hopefully sooner rather than later and we can get back to doing what we do. It’s getting to the point now where we’re ready to get back to work.”

Texans TE Owen Daniels is staying busy with his foundation during the lockout.

DE Dwight Freeney said inconsistency was the biggest problem for the Colts last season.

Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter would make a good head coach, according to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com.  [Editor’s note:  Because that Jacksonville offense has been unstoppable.]

Steve Wyche of NFL.com thinks workhorse backs like Titans RB Chris Johnson still have plenty in the tank.

Broncos QB Tim Tebow visited Jimmy Kimmel’s couch on Wednesday.

Is Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe heading for a downturn in 2011?

If Samson Satele doesn’t re-sign, the Raiders may have to look for another veteran center.

The Chargers strength coaches are filling time during the lockout by sharing workout tips with the public.

Cowboys S Gerald Sensabaugh is looking forward to cashing in as a free agent.

The continuing lockout enabled Giants CB Terrell Thomas to host a football camp in Fontana, California.

It looks like Eagles QB Kevin Kolb is the likeliest quarterback to get traded when the league resumes business.

The Redskins might need a running back, but DeAngelo Williams probably isn’t the right fit.

LB Nick Roach, a potential free agent, is a good bet to remain with the Bears.

Lions S Louis Delmas has made a quick ascent into the upper echelon of NFL safeties.

Packers LB A.J. Hawk is still a supporter of college coach Jim Tressel.

Vikings DE Jared Allen has a different take on the charity golf tournament.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan has noticed some early differences between wide receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White.

Re-signing DE Charles Johnson figures to be a priority for the Panthers once free agency opens.

K Morten Andersen’s coach with the Saints, Jim Mora, believes he is a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame.

Former Buccaneers Derrick Brooks and Warren Sapp are the likeliest Hall of Famers among Tampa athletes.

Jeffri Chadiha of ESPN.com likes the way Cardinals WR Steve Breaston has shared his thoughts about the lockout.

A look at how Rams QB Sam Bradford and other recent rookie quarterbacks measured up to their veteran counterparts.

49ers RB Frank Gore took part in a workout with QB Terrelle Pryor.

Under the proposed agreement, the addition of players like Seahawks DT Brandon Mebane would make for a much more appealing free-agent class.

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5 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. burntorangehorn says: Jun 23, 2011 11:17 AM

    Dirk Koetter already has been a head coach, first for Boise State, then for Arizona State. He was okay there, and it’s not necessarily true that a guy who hasn’t been an exceptional college HC can’t be a good NFL HC. NFL coaching requires a lot of things college coaching does, and college coaching requires recruiting, compliance, relating with a much younger set of players, etc.

    All that said, I’m unconvinced.

  2. awhite46 says: Jun 23, 2011 11:34 AM

    Wow, what a cheap shot at Dirk Koetter. Sometimes it’s not about offensive ranking but what you do with the players you got. The Jags drafting was so bad for so long I think it’s impressive they’ve even stayed in contention.

  3. hobartbaker says: Jun 23, 2011 12:17 PM

    Wow, look at Tebow’s numbers on that chart compared to the other rookies. No “dinking and dunking” for Tim. If he was as conservative with his passes as Bradford he probably would have had an 80% completion rate.

  4. cshearing says: Jun 23, 2011 1:03 PM

    JAX was ranked 15th in Yards/Game last season, and 18th in points/game. Hardly potent, but hardly abysmal either. Plus, is it not usually given that head coaches mange the team, while the coordinators run the offense and defense?

  5. silkyjohnson937 says: Jun 23, 2011 3:13 PM

    Why would Warren Sapp have a better chance of getting into the hall of fame than Ronde Barber? Seriously? I understand that Brooks would get in before Barber but Sapp being more deserving of a hall of fame bid than Barber sounds crazy to me. Lets run down the list Barber is the ONLY player to have 40 ints and 25 sacks, Barber has started 183 consecutive games, 2nd most among active players(London Fletcher) not to mention Barber is a tackling machine making more plays at or behind the line of scrimmage than any other corner i see playing football. Sapp is known for two things: 1. the legal but still cheap shot on the packers lineman and 2. running his mouth. I just think that Barber is FAR more deserving of a hall of fame bid than sapp

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