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Saturday morning one-liners

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Bills WR Stevie Johnson pulls the reins on the WR Marcus Easley hype.

The Patriots like the edge rushers they currently have on the roster.

Is QB Joe Namath the greatest Jets player of all time?

WR Donte’ Stallworth knows he is likely moving on from the Ravens.

Some harsh words about Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco.

Former Browns TE Robert Royal wouldn’t mind playing for the Saints.

Steelers WR Hines Ward gave the crowd what it wanted at a rally in honor of his dancing skills.

Texans defenders are recovering well from injuries.

Colts LS Justin Snow has opened a family fun center as a business sideline.

Jason La Canfora of NFL.com believes Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter is close to becoming a head coach.  [Editor’s note:  Jack Del Rio already would have a coaching tree, but punter Chris Hanson chopped it down with an axe.]

Former Titans RB Eddie George is getting into the marriage advice business.

The Broncos have lost their home-field advantage in recent years.

Chiefs LB Tamba Hali has moved into the upper echelon of outside linebackers.

Will Raiders RB Michael Bush be a restricted free agent?

Prospective NFL long snapper Christian Yount has been at the same workout facility as Chargers S Bob Sanders.

Six of the worst moments in Cowboys history.

How close is Giants CB Terrell Thomas to an elite level?

Ryan O’Halloran of CSNWashington.com thinks the Redskins would get an old kicking tee in exchange for QB Donovan McNabb.

The Bears offensive line is looking strong, according to the trainer they’ve been working with this offseason.

TE Tony Scheffler’s arrival with the Lions impacted Brandon Pettigrew a great deal.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers showed off his Super Bowl ring on Jimmy Kimmel’s show this week.

Larry Fitzgerald wants to see Vikings WR Sidney Rice happy.

The Falcons like using a six-man offensive line.

Former Panthers WR Keary Colbert is trying to make a comeback.

S Roman Harper would like to return to the Saints.

Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com thinks Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber hasn’t done enough to make the Hall of Fame.

A look back at the days of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Predicting a big season for Rams QB Sam Bradford.

Former Seahawks T Walter Jones is helping out with Seattle’s MLS team.

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4 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dempsey63 says: Jul 2, 2011 9:39 AM

    Yes, Joe Namath *is* the greatest Jet of all time.

    Not only did he legitimize the AFL, but he did it in the most brutal media environment imaginable yet handled the spotlight with breezy quips and disarming honesty.

    His quick release neutralized the likes of Ben Davidson and Bubba Smith, and his deft touch on the deep ball kept the term “shutdown corner” on the back burner for years.

    Whether you’re talking tangible or intangible qualities, this guy truly captured the essence of his “Broadway Joe” moniker.

  2. themitchdraft says: Jul 2, 2011 11:27 AM

    Suzy Kolber may disagree with the above comment

  3. brasho says: Jul 2, 2011 11:51 AM

    Jason La Canfora of NFL.com believes Jaguars offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter is close to becoming a head coach. [Editor’s note: Jack Del Rio already would have a coaching tree, but punter Chris Hanson chopped it down with an axe.]

    +++++++++++++++++++++

    I believe Koetter is close to becoming a head coach as well, somebody has to take over on an interim basis when/if Del Rio is fired at midseason… and considering Koetter was a mediocre coach in college, who better to replace Del Rio than a guy that likely won’t be any better but won’t be Del Rio? Then when the season ends they can hire a Gruden/Cowher/Surprise-candidate.

  4. MVQB7 says: Jul 2, 2011 11:56 AM

    Sam Bradford will take a step forward while Pat Shurmur steps into it in Cleveland.

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