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Monday morning one-liners

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Assuming he’s an unrestricted free agent, keeping LB Paul Posluszny will be a priority for the Bills.

Former Dolphins QB Bob Griese retired from broadcasting, but he still has plenty going on.

A return to old free agency rules wouldn’t impact the Patriots all that much.

It’s no surprise to see Jets CB Darelle Revis on top of a list of the best cornerbacks in football.

Ravens LB Jameel McClain has lost weight and gained speed this offseason.

An argument that the Bengals are better off with WR Chad Ochocinco.

Former 49ers assistant coach Bill McPherson thinks the Browns will continue to develop under Mike Holmgren.

OL Doug Legursky’s versatility has helped him carve out a niche with the Steelers.

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com thinks the Texans will bid for CB Nnamdi Asomugha before he signs elsewhere.

Colts QB Peyton Manning grades out higher than anyone else at his position over the last three years, according to Pro Football Focus.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio said QB Blaine Gabbert wouldn’t play this season, in a perfect world.

Titans QB Kerry Collins is realistic about his place in the game.

Another big crowd at a book signing by Broncos QB Tim Tebow.

Chiefs TE Leonard Pope was reunited with the boy he saved from drowning over the weekend.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson expects RB Darren McFadden to use his 2010 season as a stepping stone to better things.

Is Chargers QB Philip Rivers the best active quarterback without a Super Bowl ring?

Would you rather have Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin or Giants WR Hakeem Nicks as they enter their third seasons?

Former Redskins DB Pat Fischer said that owner Daniel Snyder “has always been good to me and the former senior players.”

The Bears face no deadline for deciding about off-site training camp.

How will the Lions’ new running back duo measure up to competition in the division?

Bucky Brooks of NFL.com thinks it is too soon to call Packers QB Aaron Rodgers the best quarterback in football.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson is looking forward to seeing QB Christian Ponder in action.

Ravens CB Domonique Foxworth thinks the Falcons are going to be very good this season.

Dealing with the WR Steve Smith situation is one of the first things the Panthers need to do when football gets going again.

The lack of OTAs means the Buccaneers are in the dark about the progress players have made recovering from injury.

Todd Haley doesn’t work for the Cardinals anymore, but he’s still got plenty of praise for WR Larry Fitzgerald.

Rams QB A.J. Feeley is in Germany to watch his wife play for the U.S. in the Women’s World Cup.

Getting the most out of WR Michael Crabtree is a big part of 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh’s job.

Will Seahawks LB Aaron Curry live up to his draft position this season?

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. viperfb14 says: Jun 27, 2011 1:35 PM

    Just so you guys can have a happy story to report the Dolphins owners finally came through. They are giving away to Club Level Seat tickets to all of the fans who renewed their season tickets this year in spite of the lockout. Post that one as football news instead of constantly slamming Ross.

  2. Soulman45 says: Jun 27, 2011 5:13 PM

    “THE DETROIT LIONS”
    Could use a good LB, but he have to be good.

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