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Thursday morning one-liners

Bills RB Fred Jackson has been a top-ten running back over the past three seasons.

Dolphins DE Kendall Langford is arguably the team’s most underrated player.

The Patriots emptied their backfield more than any team in the league last season.

Jets S Eric Smith is taking a safety-first approach to the offseason as an impending free agent.

A picture of Ravens QB Joe Flacco with a Jersey Shore haircut.

The Bengals weren’t well represented in the NFL Network’s Top 100.

The Browns have hired NFL.com’s Vic Carucci as their new senior editor.

According to one fan, S Troy Polamalu is the Steelers’ most indispensable player.

Could Colts fourth-round pick Delone Carter be the 2011 Offensive Rookie of the Year?

The Jaguars may target free agent Stephen Cooper to bolster their thin linebacker position.

Despite a pricey salary, Chris Hope is expected to remain the Titans’ starting strong safety this year.

NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan believes that QB Tim Tebow should be the Broncos’ starter.

Chiefs players, such as S Eric Berry, are active on Twitter.

The Raiders can’t afford to re-sign free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha.

Chargers LB Shaun Phillips is ninth in the NFL in sacks dating back to 2005.

ESPNDallas.com breaks down the current state of the Cowboys’ roster.

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy appears poised to “break out on a national scene.”

Free agent LB Stephen Tulloch could be on the Redskins’ radar if Rocky McIntosh leaves.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes that WR Chad Ochocinco could end up with the Bears.

Lions DE Lawrence Jackson updates his recovery from offseason ankle surgery.

Six-time Pro Bowl DE Willie Davis is the best No. 87 in Packers history.

Vikings WR Jaymar Johnson is training with Larry Fitzgerald this offseason.

FOX Sports’ Adam Caplan considers free agent RB DeAngelo Williamsrather likely” to leave the Panthers.

Saints QB Drew Brees is the premier leader in the NFC South.

PewterReport.com provides a thorough rundown of the Bucs’ players-only minicamp.

Statistics say the Cardinals should have blitzed more last season.

At 49ers practices, veterans have told rookie QB Colin Kaepernick that he’s “throwing it pretty good.”

The Seahawks are trying to develop second-year WR Golden Tate into a playmaker.

Rams fans shouldn’t get too excited about their team’s promising finish in 2010.

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4 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. bostontim says: Jun 30, 2011 10:59 AM

    “The Patriots emptied their backfield more than any team in the league last season.”

    Then how come the linked article says the Bills emptied their backfield more than any team in the league last season??? Or do you just guess what’s in the articles that you link too???

    Cheers, BostonTim

  2. tformation says: Jun 30, 2011 12:43 PM

    “ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes that WR Chad Ochocinco could end up with the Bears.”

    Not buying this one at all. Lovie is not fond of mouthy guys in the press who put themselves above the team. I’d like to see it on the football field, honestly, but I can’t see Lovie or the McCaskeys putting up with the Ochocinco circus.

  3. backindasaddle says: Jun 30, 2011 10:05 PM

    “The Patriots emptied their backfield more than any team in the league last season.”

    No they didn’t…but they were the most successful at it.

  4. kingtrukr says: Jul 1, 2011 1:47 AM

    Wow, now we are going with some random fan’s blog about the Steelers as being newsworthy here? I ramble on with some insane opinionated crap about the Browns almost every day on one website or another. Where’s my featured link? If you chose my mindless babblings over that of a Steeler fan you’d get the added bonuses of reading the toughts of someone who still has all of his own teeth, someone who is not married to his own sister and someone who does not invent his own words such as the term “yinz” whatever the hell that means. Maybe a better option would be to keep fans where they belong. Off the field of play and in the comments section.

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