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Tuesday morning one-liners

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A study claims the Bills are the 10th hardest team to support in sports.

RB Ahmad Bradshaw wants to stay with the Giants, but will listen to the Dolphins if they’re interested.

If Matt Light leaves as a free agent, there will be a lot up in the air on the Patriots offensive line.

Former Jets QB Erik Ainge reached one year sober over the weekend.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be profiled along with his brother on HBO’s Real Sports episode Tuesday night.

RB Cedric Benson’s arrest won’t help him get big money from the Bengals or anyone else.

The Browns may not have a cornerback worthy of playing opposite Joe Haden.

Dan Rooney doesn’t see much similarity between running the Steelers and being an ambassador.

Texans RB Arian Foster was the only player to top 1,600 rushing yards last year, the second straight year only one man crossed that plateau.

The Indianapolis Star is looking back at past Colts players to have run-ins with the law.

Safety and wide receiver are two areas of need for the Jaguars.

One last look at the Titans’ decision to cut RB LeGarrette Blount.

Broncos QB Tim Tebow’s commercial appearances catch some criticism.

Unless someone better falls into their lap, the Chiefs will likely stick with Branden Albert at left tackle.

The Raiders are the only AFC West team currently over the estimated salary cap.

Assessing the chances that WR Vincent Jackson remains with the Chargers.

The Cowboys rank high on the list of valuable sports franchises, but their record doesn’t reflect it.

Former Giants executive George Young’s words about nothing happening until Bastille Day proved prophetic about the end of the lockout.

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer doesn’t think the Eagles should trade QB Kevin Kolb.

Brian Billick thinks RB Joseph Addai would be a good fit with the Redskins.

Is WR Steve Smith on the radar screen for the Bears?

Keeping pressure off QB Matthew Stafford will be essential to the Lions’ hopes of success.

Vikings QB Christian Ponder joined Larry Fitzgerald’s workout in Minnesota on Monday.

The potential impact of two years of heavy use on RB Michael Turner is a concern for the Falcons.

Madden programmers don’t think much of Panthers QB Cam Newton.

Saints CB Randall Gay has a clean bill of health after a concussion in 2010.

The additions of Adrian Clayborn and Da’Quan Bowers could turn a Buccaneers weakness into a strength.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell thinks the swim move is his best pass rushing tool.

RB Steven Jackson doesn’t think missing player-organized workouts means he’s a bad teammate to the rest of the Rams.

Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com writes that DeMaurice Smith kept his promise to retired players like former 49ers DT George Visger.

The pros and cons of a QB Matt Hasselbeck return to the Seahawks.

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8 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. rabidbillsfan says: Jul 19, 2011 8:57 AM

    As to the Bills Comment, they should clarify that it is hard for “out-of-network” fans to support those teams. We here in the B-lo back our team 150%, same with the Sabres. Yankees, and Lakers fans are “Bandwagon” fans. I don’t mind that we are “hard to support” I still love my team, and Bill-ieve we’re headed in the right direction. Where as in the last 10 seasons, I had no idea the direction at all.

  2. MichaelEdits says: Jul 19, 2011 9:22 AM

    “A study claims the Bills are the 10th hardest team to support in sports.” It also puts the Browns 5th and the Lions 2nd. I happen to like the Lions and the Bills. Hmm.

  3. MichaelEdits says: Jul 19, 2011 9:24 AM

    Oh, and Bengals 6th. I like them too.

  4. melonnhead says: Jul 19, 2011 9:31 AM

    “The Cowboys rank high on the list of valuable sports franchises, but their record doesn’t reflect it.”

    Flawed reasoning. The Cowboys have the second highest winning percentage of active teams at .576, 0.003 behind the Bears and no team has won more postseason games (33). Only the Steelers can claim as many, but they’ve been around decades longer than the Cowboys. The Cowboys (1 championship/10.1 years) are behind only the Packers (1 championship/~7 years) in terms of average years between championships. The writer apparently seeks to punish the Cowboys for not winning the Super Bowl every year.

  5. lucky5934 says: Jul 19, 2011 9:35 AM

    A few comments on the Tuesday One Liners:

    - At least the Bills are a top 10 team in a category other than oldest owners.

    - I find it ironic that Cambell’s best pashing rushing move is the “Swim” move, considering many African Americans are never given the opportunity to learn how to swim.

    - Man is Christian Ponder going to be in for a rude awakening when he begins camp with the Vikings and quickly realizes no wide out there is even remotely close in talent to Fitzgerald.

    - Duh Moment # 1: “Unless someone better falls into their lap, the Chiefs will likely stick with Branden Albert at left tackle.” (Isn’t that true for almost all of the starters in the NFL?)

    - Duh Moment # 2: “Keeping pressure off QB Matthew Stafford will be essential to the Lions’ hopes of success.” (Someone just received his rocket science degree. And to think education is overvalued)

    - Cam Newton may not have a good overall rating, but I bet his “Icon” rating is off the charts!

    - Raiders are already over the cap and they haven’t even begun the free-agency period yet. Sounds like a yard sale at Al Davis’s house. Just don’t ask him to point to an item… he could send you in three different locations of the yard.

    - Finally, it should be called the pro (no S) and cons of Matt Hasslebeck returning to Seattle. And that ONE pro is he knows the offense. As for the cons, I am running out of space to write.

  6. dcowboyfan says: Jul 19, 2011 9:39 AM

    Just a question here ………Why was there no mention of another ex ” Philadelphia Eagles ” player getting arrested over the weekend ????

    Are we losing count here or what ??? I count at least 5 as of this morning…..So much for the ” Gold Standard ” of football huh ???

    Btw, it was Reno Mahe that was arrested for stealing over $ 15,000.00 worth of gas in Utah.
    He claims he didnt know it was illegal to use a stolen pin code to fill up from a company gas pump. Just another example of what upstanding members of society we have !!! So much for being a devout Mormon, i guess he learned his craft from Andy Reid !!!!!!

  7. frostbelt says: Jul 19, 2011 11:21 AM

    Buffalo fans have supported their team for decades… and THE TEAM HASN’T BEEN TO THE PLAYOFFS IN WHO IN THE HECK KNOWS!

    Buffalo fans are die hard… they live for football and hockey.

    Picture if they started winning again.

  8. pocketpairaa says: Jul 19, 2011 12:17 PM

    “Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be profiled along with his brother on HBO’s Real Sports episode Tuesday night.”

    I think what you meant was:

    49ERS coach JIM Harbaugh will be profiled along with his brother on HBO’s Real Sports episode Tuesday night.

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