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Saturday morning one-liners

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Could the Bills provide a new home to QB Vince Young?

An argument that Dolphins QB Chad Henne needs someone to force him to win the starting job.

Getting to know a little bit about Patriots football operations manager Kevin Anderson.

Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post gets some local reaction to the Jets’ decision to hold training camp at their own facility.

S Ed Reed said many Ravens were sad to see Rex Ryan leave to become coach of the Jets.

Vic Carucci of NFL.com thinks the Browns are poised to take a positive step in 2011.

Steelers rookie RB Baron Batch skipped a charity mission to Haiti to stay ready in case the lockout ends.

The Texans could look to trade RB Steve Slaton.

Colts LB Pat Angerer has a bright future.

Said Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, “It’s no secret that offensively, with the exception of the wide receiver position, we pretty much know what we have.”

DE Jason Babin says the biggest difference for him with the Titans was the opportunity he got to play.

A review of the new book from Broncos QB Tim Tebow.

Chiefs rookies have found the start to their NFL careers to be difficult.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson thinks S Tyvon Branch can be a top 100 player in the future.

CB Paul Oliver could be left without a spot in the Chargers secondary.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’s lawyer killed an 880-pound alligator on a hunting trip.

The Giants are still planning on holding training camp in Albany.

Eagles S Nate Allen said his knee is about 85 percent after surgery to repair a ruptured patella tendon.

Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall is nominated for an ESPY Award.

A vote for a second straight strong season for the Bears.

Lions CB Nathan Vasher is happy that he doesn’t have to deal with free agency when football returns.

A look at how the Packers offense changes when TE Jermichael Finley is unavailable.

The expected addition of players like Vikings WR Sidney Rice makes the free-agent receiving options more appealing.

Falcons WR Harry Douglas ran well at Falcons workouts.

The father of Panthers WR Armanti Edwards was convicted of murder in South Carolina.

Matt Tennant gives the Saints a backup plan if C Jonathan Goodwin leaves as a free agent.

Predicting the free-agent future of Buccaneers G Davin Joseph.

Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic adds his voice to those doubting the Cardinals would trade CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

Assessing the Hall of Fame chances of Rams RB Steven Jackson.

49ers T Joe Staley has nothing bad to say about WR Michael Crabtree.

A video look at Seahawks rookie T James Carpenter.

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5 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dempsey63 says: Jun 25, 2011 8:59 AM

    “Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’s lawyer killed an 880-pound alligator on a hunting trip.”

    But that 800-pound gorilla (Super Bowl seating snafu) still looms over him.

  2. keepitsimplestoopid says: Jun 25, 2011 9:53 AM

    There’s nothing Vince Young can do that Ryan Fitzpatrick can’t do just as well and for less money and less drama.

  3. jacksaysfu says: Jun 25, 2011 12:49 PM

    To all the cards fans who would never trade DRC for KOLB , you can relax cause Philly wont make ever make that trade . We got over 13 mill in cap room and will sign Asomugha . So you keep DRC and that 5-11 record , we’ll survive .

  4. pacificnw7722 says: Jun 25, 2011 2:22 PM

    Last year it was Russell Okung and now stud T James Carpenter!!

    It’s nice to see the Seahawks building the “trenches” to set the foundation.

  5. MichaelEdits says: Jun 25, 2011 10:39 PM

    Jerry Jones’s lawyer should not have killed the alligator. Ochocinco wanted to wrestle it.

    The Bears will have a strong season because a vote says so? Hey, let’s lock out the players, have no games, and just vote on how it would’ve gone down. Who needs games? We don’t.

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