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Tuesday morning one-liners

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A look at why a move for the Bills to Los Angeles could make sense.

Dolphins WR Davone Bess could be a contender for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

A rundown on how the Patriots have stayed busy during the lockout.

Looking at WR Terrell Owens, late of the Bengals, and his chances of getting to Canton.

The Detroit News pegs Browns T Joe Thomas as the NFL’s second-best offensive tackle.

There are no plans to change the Steelers’ training camp schedule.

Texans TE James Casey has added 10 pounds of muscle in case the team needs him to move to fullback.

Getting to know Colts defensive backs coach Alan Williams’s career as a player.

Things didn’t work out for Chad Kackert with the Jaguars, but he’s doing just fine for the Toronto Argonauts.

Will Titans WR Kenny Britt be punished by the NFL once the lockout is over?

Would the Broncos fit as a landing spot for RB Tiki Barber?

The Chiefs exploited one advantage of the Wildcat when they devised a play for QB Matt Cassel to throw a deep pass.

Former Raiders WR Cliff Branch is a nominee for induction as part of the 2011 class of the Hall of Very Good.

The Chargers will have stability on the offensive line going for them when football resumes.

Cowboys WR Miles Austin thinks rookies missing the symposium are missing invaluable lessons.

A look at how the Eagles receiving corps has evolved since the T.O. era.

Some snapshots of the ongoing renovation at the Redskins’ FedEx Field.

Doug Plank doesn’t think the Bears will ever be interested in having him return to the organization as a coach.

Former Lions DL Luther Ellis will speak to rookies about not burning through their money.

Michael Lombardi of NFL.com uses Packers WR Greg Jennings’s ranking as a way to mock the NFL Network’s Top 100 list.

Vikings QB Christian Ponder wants to start, but is okay with learning from a veteran as well.

How much Hall of Fame support will Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez get?

The Panthers are trying to teach mothers about football.

TE David Thomas is going to be a big part of the Saints plans in 2011.

Said Buccaneers LB Tyrone McKenzie of the start of the team’s minicamp, “Everybody has been accountable to each other this offseason, so it’s been great and Tuesday should be an awesome day.”

Examining how Cardinals QB John Skelton fared depending on down and personnel group last season.

If the Rams stay put, their stadium could have a new name in 2015.

Wide receivers Kevin Jurovich and Kyle Williams are friends, but they may be fighting for one 49ers roster spot.

The lime green Seahawks jerseys earn a spot on a list of the worst uniforms in NFL history.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. MichaelEdits says: Jun 28, 2011 10:11 AM

    This one is just too obvious, but I simply can’t help myself. “Who’s going to teach the Panthers about football?”

  2. swervinmervin says: Jun 28, 2011 10:17 AM

    What an insult for Cliff Branch not to be in the HOF. His numbers destroy those of Lynn Swann. Branch’s numbers are right on par with John Stallworth’s. And he has three rings, so they cant use that excuse to keep him out either. And he actually played well in the post season so they cant hide behind that reason either. There is no good reason to keep him out other than the committee not wanting to put another Raider in.

  3. rushbacker says: Jun 28, 2011 11:25 AM

    What? Hell NO the Broncos would not be a good spot for Tiki decrepit Barber!

  4. keepyerstickontheice says: Jun 28, 2011 8:46 PM

    Really? Another “Bills to LA” story? Based on what new development?

    Ralph dead? Nope.

    Team sold to someone not named Golisano or Pegula? Nope.

    Either stadium built yet? Nope.

    What’s the point of this article then?

    Must be a reeeeaaaallly sssslllowww newsssdaaaay.

    Also, when was the last time anything happened in the NFL that made sense?

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