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Friday morning one-liners

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The Bills are offering the old turf from Ralph Wilson Stadium to schools and nonprofit agencies.

Jim “Crash” Jensen looks back at his five most memorable games with the Dolphins.

Should the Patriots put themselves into the mix for CB Nnamdi Asomugha?

The Jets offensive line has turned in two straight years of strong work.

FB Le’Ron McClain’s chances of returning to the Ravens are lessened by his desire to run the ball more often.

Former Browns executive Bill Hampton Jr. died at the age of 51.

The Gotham Rogues will take the place of the Steelers when the next Batman film uses Heinz Field as a location.

Texans RB Arian Foster shared his thoughts on James Harrison in an interview with ESPN.

The fate of Colts QB Peyton Manning and other rehabbing players will tell us the ultimate price of the lockout.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio thinks QB Blaine Gabbert has been negatively impacted by the lockout.

Titans coach Mike Munchak thinks people undervalued QB Kerry Collins.

Said John Elway of Broncos QB Tim Tebow, “If anybody is going to give himself a chance, Tim Tebow is going to give himself a chance to be a great quarterback in the NFL.”

The Chiefs could be a better team in 2011 while winding up with a worse record.

Another vote for the Raiders considering QB Terrelle Pryor.

How will the Chargers act when the lockout is lifted?

QB Tony Romo isn’t worried about the Cowboys being ready to go.

Giants rookie RB Da’Rel Scott spent the lockout working out with LaDainian Tomlinson.

Opinions on the future of Eagles QB Kevin Kolb vary quite a bit.

Jason Campbell is glad that his Redskins tenure didn’t play out like Donovan McNabb’s.

Is Bears DE Julius Peppers the best defensive end in football?

DE Cliff Avril thinks the arrival of Kyle Vanden Bosch was a big moment for the Lions.

The Packers could be in position to dominate for the next decade.

Brian Billick thinks the Falcons will be in the hunt for DE Ray Edwards.

Elusiveness hasn’t been a problem for Panthers running backs in the last three years.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez doesn’t think Saints RB Reggie Bush should have to return his Heisman Trophy.

Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com wants the NFL to punish players like Buccaneers CB Aqib Talib for their behavior during the lockout.

The Cardinals could be in the mix for the first overall pick in next year’s draft.

The Rams could use some help at linebacker.

Former 49ers QB Joe Montana got the go-ahead to build a hotel near the team’s proposed stadium in Santa Clara.

The Seahawks sound confident about Max Unger’s ability to handle the center position.

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4 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. rockinron2 says: Jul 15, 2011 10:09 AM

    Love the picture of Peppers putting Rodgers in a “Bear” hug!

  2. flapjackdaddy says: Jul 15, 2011 10:32 AM

    “Is Bears DE Julius Peppers the best defensive end in football?”

    Funny, he had to go to Chicago before people wanted to notice.

    Does USA Today take eight years to break all their stories?

  3. frankdatank23 says: Jul 15, 2011 12:14 PM

    Peppers was never the best DE, strahan and jason taylor were always better then him, now you’ve got Freeney, jarred allen. etc. If you want to include 3-4 ends and compare pass rushing than hes even farther down the list.

  4. asublimeday says: Jul 15, 2011 12:36 PM

    Freeney and Allen have had a ton of help on their lines and peppers has always been a lone wolf. Hes the best, bar none.

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