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Tuesday morning one-liners

Clint Session, Paul Posluszny AP

The Bills are looking at OL Andy Levitre at different spots during the preseason.

The right side of the Dolphins offensive line could be problematic.

Will Patriots CB Devin McCourty take a step forward after a strong rookie season?

Jets WR Plaxico Burress downplayed this weekend’s game against the Giants.

It looks like Jah Reid’s bid to be the Ravens’ starting right tackle has come to an end.

Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden isn’t placing the blame for the team’s struggles solely on QB Andy Dalton.

Said Browns LB Scott Fujita of how LB D’Qwell Jackson fits the team’s new scheme, “Seeing see all the plays that he can make, shooting gaps, using his athleticism, and making plays on the ball.  It is definitely tailor-made for a guy like him.”

The Steelers filed a lawsuit against a T-shirt company they feel is violating their trademark on the Terrible Towel.

Texans CB Jonathan Joseph expects to play against the 49ers.

Colts DE Robert Mathis said he won’t “stir the pot” when it comes to getting a new contract.

LB Paul Posluszny wants to show the Jaguars they made a wise investment when they signed him.

The Titans wrapped up training camp a day earlier than expected.

RB Willis McGahee looks like the Broncos’ guy when the ball is close to the end zone.

The Chiefs are taking things slowly with WR Steve Breaston.

WR Jacoby Ford and RB Darren McFadden returned to practice for the Raiders on Monday.

Chargers WR Patrick Crayton will miss 10-14 days after arthroscopic surgery on his ankle.

Running backs Tashard Choice and DeMarco Murray will make their practice debuts for the Cowboys on Tuesday.

The Giants had a rough night on the injury front, but X-rays of T Will Beatty’s foot showed no serious injury.

Several Eagles players might be on the verge of learning that you can’t make the club from the tub.

Redskins TE Chris Cooley insists he’ll be ready for the season opener, but admits he’ll be playing with knee pain all year.

The Bears offensive line showed progress in the team’s loss to the Giants.

Lions WR Nate Hughes is also a registered nurse.

Packers DE Mike Neal is growing frustrated with being off the field because of injury.

The offensive line leads the list of Vikings concerns.

Members of the Falcons who went to the University of Miami aren’t talking about the scandal surrounding the school.

LB Dan Connor is ready to start for the Panthers if Jon Beason’s injury lingers into the regular season.

Saints WR Joe Morgan met the baseball Hall of Famer who shares his name on Monday.

Buccaneers TE Luke Stocker has finally made it to the practice field.

Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb was happy to see WR Larry Fitzgerald get a new deal.  [Editor's note:  Especially since it means Kolb won't have to force-feed Fitz quite as much.]

The Rams released LS Chris Massey, who had been the longest-tenured member of the team.

The 49ers signed P Sam Paulescu to fill in for injured P Andy Lee and released K Fabrizio Scaccio and QB Jeremiah Masoli.

The Seahawks released RB Vai Taua to make room for LB David Vorbora.

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. brettfavrecellphone says: Aug 23, 2011 8:25 AM

    Lions WR Nate Hughes is also a registered nurse.

    Jack Byrnes: Greg’s in medicine too.
    Bob Banks: What field?
    Greg Focker: Nursing.
    Bob Banks: Ha ha ha ha. No, really, what field are you in?
    Greg Focker: Nursing.

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