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Sunday morning one-liners

Jets wide receiver Holmes scores a touchdown in front of Patriots cornerback Arrington during their AFC Divisional NFL playoff football game in Foxborough Reuters

Said Bills LB Shawne Merriman, “I’m in surroundings where I feel a lot of people have a lot to prove. I fit right in.”

CB Jimmy Wilson is grateful for a chance with the Dolphins after spending 25 months in jail before being acquitted of murder charges.

Kyle Arrington and Darius Butler are competing for the Patriots’ third cornerback job.

The Jets need more pass rush from LB Calvin Pace.

Damon Hack of SI.com marvels at LB Ray Lewis’s energetic performance at Ravens camp.

Rookie WR A.J. Green has been a hit in his first week of practice with the Bengals.

Team speed could be an issue hampering the Browns all season.

Steelers DE Brett Keisel’s restructured contract created $1.35 million in cap space by converting $2.025 million in base salary into a signing bonus, a league source tells PFT.

Rookie DE J.J. Watt is earning praise from his Texans teammates.

There’s no clear frontrunner to replace Kelvin Hayden at cornerback for the Colts.

Jaguars DT Terrence Knighton is close to being in good enough condition to start practicing.

Broncos T Ryan Clady says he’s 100 percent recovered from the knee injury that hampered his play last season.

The Chiefs signed free agent DL Amon Gordon.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson is raising the level of expectations for his team.

Vice president of football operations Ed McGuire worked the cap to help the Chargers navigate free agency.

Jason Pociask is shifting to fullback for the Cowboys.

The Giants brought DE Dave Tollefson back to the team.

There was a lot of hitting at Eagles camp on Saturday.

The change at cornerback from Carlos Rogers to Josh Wilson should work out well for the Redskins.

Stephen Tulloch felt good about spending a day at middle linebacker for the Lions.

Packers fans got to see QB Aaron Rodgers throw a touchdown and an interception before the weather forced an early end to Family Night practice.

The Vikings quarterbacks didn’t have a great day on Saturday.

RB Jason Snelling has an offer on the table from the Falcons.

Panthers QB Cam Newton made some big throws in front of 15,000 fans at Saturday’s practice.

The Saints re-signed DE Jeff Charleston and dropped DE Curtis Johnson to make room on the roster.

Buccaneers defensive linemen have been working on new stances.

S Donte Whitner is taking a leadership role for the 49ers.

OL Adam Goldberg re-signed with the Rams Friday night.

Seahawks CB Brandon Browner is trying to make the most of his second NFL shot.

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6 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. kegpack says: Aug 7, 2011 10:03 AM

    There should be a clause in Donte Whitner’s contract that states that if he tries to take any leadership role whatsoever – the contract is voided… 49ers are so screwed with this guy in the lockerroom – just watch.

  2. bobnelsonjr says: Aug 7, 2011 10:29 AM

    There were more people in Green Bay for an NFL event than were in Canton OH yesterday and PFT does all it can to downplay it by hiding it in the one liner jumble.

    No wonder people dislike the biased approach of PFT.

  3. simplesimon1 says: Aug 7, 2011 10:47 AM

    “The Vikings quarterbacks didn’t have a great day on Saturday.”

    What an absolute shock!!! Can’t wait until week 3 after all the comments from fans to my Lions over the last 2 years. Even now, most Viking fans can’t admit they are in trouble and believe McNabb is going to be a difference maker for them. Can’t wait.

  4. melonnhead says: Aug 7, 2011 10:57 AM

    There were more people in Green Bay for an NFL event than were in Canton OH yesterday and PFT does all it can to downplay it by hiding it in the one liner jumble.

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    Want some cheese with that whine? At least it got mentioned.

  5. pacash80 says: Aug 7, 2011 12:58 PM

    One bad day in practice and everyone is already jumping on McNabb’s ass. It’s a brand new year, give the dude a break already.

  6. kingtrukr says: Aug 8, 2011 1:23 AM

    In regards to the Browns – It amazes me how two reporters observing the same training camp and practice sessions can see and report two totally different things. Yesterday, NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan almost gushed over the things he saw at Browns camp. Colt McCoy catching on quickly to the new system and Jabaal Sheard’s good quick inside rush moves were focal points of his report. Today, ESPN’s James Walker reports the exact opposite. It’s hard to believe they were watching the same team. Actually, it does make some sense. Whenever ESPN leaves the east coast they seem to get lost. Maybe James Walker was watching another team?

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