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Monday morning one-liners

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Bills CB Drayton Florence sprained an ankle and will miss the preseason opener.

Said Dolphins QB Chad Henne of connecting with WR Brandon Marshall during Sunday’s scrimmage, “I think in the previous practices we just weren’t on the same page and we talked before practice, we communicated and we got it done today.”

LB Rob Ninkovich is enjoying his first training camp as an established member of the Patriots.

The Jets signed TE Keith Zinger and LS Wilson Raynor while cutting ties with LB Cody Brown and TE Collin Franklin.

Rookie Torrey Smith projects as a starting wide receiver for the Ravens.

T Andrew Whitworth has become a leader for the Bengals.

Tight ends could be a big part of the Browns offense this year.

WR Jerricho Cotchery met with the Steelers on Sunday.

Changing the kickoff rules should help the Colts.

The Jaguars appear to have downgraded at linebacker with the change from Justin Durant to Clint Session.

Michael Lombardi of NFL.com likes what the Titans did in free agency.

Don Banks of SI.com praises the Chiefs for bargain shopping on free agents.

The Raiders are excited about having a healthy WR Chaz Schilens in camp.

Chargers CB Antoine Cason returned to practice less than a week after surgery on a broken finger.

The Cowboys signed QB Tom Brandstater and WR Dominique Edison over the weekend.

Daniel Coats joined the depleted Giants tight end corps.

Rookie C Jason Kelce is challenging for a starting job at Eagles camp.

The Redskins signed DT Doug Worthington, a 2010 seventh-round pick of the Steelers.

Rookie Gabe Carimi is set as the Bears’ starting right tackle.

WR Derrick Williams has been making people think twice about predicting the end of his Lions career.

The battle for the starting right outside linebacker job at Packers camp isn’t close to a conclusion.

Said Vikings G Steve Hutchinson, “The good thing about our new deal is that most of the big spending has been on proven players, the veterans. The big change is no one is talking about what outrageous deal some first-rounder got.”

Looking at the impact WR Julio Jones could have on the Falcons.

Panthers DT Ron Edwards tore his triceps in his first practice with the team.

Saints WR Marques Colston missed a third straight practice because of his surgically-repaired knee.

Assessing the potential impact of new Buccaneers P Michael Koenen.

The Cardinals want RB Beanie Wells to do a better job of dealing with adversity.

The Rams and their fans battled high temperatures during Sunday’s scrimmage.

LB Aldon Smith has flashed pass rushing talent in 49ers practices.

Seahawks DL Red Bryant wants to get back to the level he was at before a knee injury last year.

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5 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. boover3 says: Aug 8, 2011 9:00 AM

    I’m sorry. I know Atlanta had to sign a DE opposite Abraham, but local radio makes Edwards to be Jared Allen. Being a Packers fan, no one was worried about Edwards, even with Allen being double-teamed half the time.

  2. lakedog19352 says: Aug 8, 2011 9:57 AM

    The Cowboys signed Brandstater and Edison!?!? Look out Philly, we got our own Dream Team forming!

  3. nygrecojet says: Aug 8, 2011 10:13 AM

    Henne and marshall are not going to do anything this year just like last year. Marshall is overrated and henne just sucks. J-E-T-S baby woooooooo!!!!!!!

  4. Awol.West says: Aug 8, 2011 10:28 AM

    PFT – would be awesome if you can give us an inside scoop on the teams that scrimmaged over the weekend. And then discuss the position battles…

    We all want more info. and it also helps with fantasy football.
    Plus, you can’t get that info. anywhere else (all on one site/page).
    You would be the first!

  5. batterychucker says: Aug 8, 2011 2:29 PM

    Wow, again not a single Texans link or story. Guess they must have cancelled camp and folded. No, that can’t be right, because someone would have to report that, right?

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