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Sunday morning one-liners


The Bills racked up nine sacks on Saturday night.

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano thinks the mistakes from the preseason opener are “fixable.”

RB Danny Woodhead missed Saturday’s Patriots practice because his wife was giving birth to their daughter.

Coach Rex Ryan isn’t happy with how the Jets offense has looked in recent practices.

The Ravens moved Oniel Cousins to right guard.

DT Domata Peko called the Bengals defense “embarrassing” in the preseason opener.

Browns WR Carlton Mitchell is out indefinitely after finger surgery.

Isaac Redman looks ready to fill the role of Steelers backup tailback.

RB Chris Ogbonnaya will get a lot of work for the Texans on Monday.

Colts QB Curtis Painter didn’t distinguish himself on Saturday night.

Jaguars DE Aaron Kampman is okay with the idea of playing fewer snaps.

The Titans gave head coach Mike Munchak the game ball after their win over the Vikings.

Broncos coach John Fox admitted to short-term concerns about the wide receivers.

How will the Chiefs divide the running back workload this season?

Chargers LB Larry English has been activated from the PUP list.

Phil Costa has inserted himself into the discussion about who should start at guard for the Cowboys.

Giants K Lawrence Tynes is unhappy that he took an unpenalized hit against the Panthers.

T Ryan Harris sat out Saturday’s Eagles practice because of back spasms.

Redskins RB Ryan Torain isn’t sure when he’ll be healthy enough to return to practice.

Said Bears WR Roy Williams of the Soldier Field turf, “Field wasn’t bad. It wasn’t bad at all. I’m looking forward to November, December to see how it really is. But, today it wasn’t bad.”

Lions WR Derrick Williams didn’t help his chances of making the team with two straight drops on Saturday.

Said Packers QB Aaron Rodgers of going no-huddle, “It was a good change-up for us if we’re having a low in the tempo and we’re struggling offensively. It kind of changed things up, you speed the tempo up.”

The Vikings defense had problems tackling on Saturday.

The Falcons special teams had a rough first outing.

Five starting defenders were out with injuries, but the Panthers first unit held strong Saturday.

A punt return touchdown made for quite a Saints debut for WR Joseph Morgan.

Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris loved what he saw from rookie DE Adrian Clayborn in the first preseason game.

Paola Boivin of the Arizona Republic writes that it is time for Cardinals RB Beanie Wells to step up.

Rams K Josh Brown hit a 60-yard field goal to end the first half on Saturday night.

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6 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. MichaelEdits says: Aug 14, 2011 9:42 AM

    We want Sorgi, we want Sorgi, we want Sorgi, we want Sorgi.

  2. frostbelt says: Aug 14, 2011 9:43 AM

    Impressed by the Buffalo Bills defense…

    Chicago had NO TIME to do anything on offense and this was the starting units

  3. ampats says: Aug 14, 2011 9:50 AM

    If Rex Ryan is concerned about his offense, wait till the season starts.

    By mid season the name Andrew Luck will have great interest to all in Florham Park and their 28-21 followers.

  4. blackandpurple52 says: Aug 14, 2011 9:55 AM

    anoyone know how long Marshall Yanda will be out for Ravens? If they lose him that wil be a HUGE loss.

  5. brawltimore says: Aug 14, 2011 11:20 AM

    Yanda had minor back spasms, he’ll be back soon.

  6. kingbuccaneer says: Aug 14, 2011 5:45 PM

    Adrian “The Predator” Clayborn is going to light lineman up for years to come. Just wait until Bowers is ready for a game, he’s going to shock people.

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