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Thursday morning one-liners

Cowboys' Romo hangs his head in front of head coach Garrett during their NFL football game against the Patriots in Foxborough Reuters

Bills DT Kyle Williams (foot) will miss one to two more games.

The Dolphins are banged up coming out of their Week Six loss.

Here’s a scouting report on the Jets from the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The Patriots have re-signed S Ross Ventrone.

Ravens TE Dennis Pitta’s playing time is on the rise.

Bengals.com recaps the team’s trade of QB Carson Palmer.

Browns QB Colt McCoy discusses Cleveland’s tendency to start slow.

Steelers WR Mike Wallace missed Wednesday’s practice with a hamstring injury.

Texans RB Arian Foster ran tentatively in last week’s loss to Baltimore.

Colts C Jeff Saturday has been a battler throughout his NFL career.

Jaguars DE John Chick came up with an impact play in Week Six.

Titans TE Craig Stevens is making strides in his recovery from a rib injury.

The Broncos aren’t changing their offense to suit QB Tim Tebow.

The Chiefs are preparing to face Carson Palmer in Sunday’s game.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson believes his team is a Super Bowl contender.

The Week Six bye came at a good time for a previously banged-up Chargers team.

The Cowboys have mastered the art of squandering opportunities.

The Giants are letting CB Corey Webster shadow the opponent’s top receiver.

Philly.com’s Jonathan Tamari discusses the state of the Eagles.

Redskins QB John Beck is “definitely excited” about getting the start in Week Seven.

Bears RB Matt Forte leads Chicago in pass targets this season.

Lions RBs Keiland Williams and Maurice Morris shared first-team practice reps Wednesday.

The NFL Network Playbook crew is picking the Packers in Week Seven.

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier discusses his team’s quarterback change.

Falcons WR Julio Jones (hamstring) still isn’t practicing.

Rookie Byron Bell will be the Panthers’ starting right tackle for the rest of the season.

The New Orleans Times-Picayune dissects the Saints’ Week Six loss.

Bucs QB Josh Freeman has come a long way since his rookie year.

Cardinals TE Todd Heap missed practice Wednesday with a hamstring injury.

The Seahawks’ secondary needs to be on its toes against the Browns.

The 49ers may get back WR Braylon Edwards (knee) following their Week Seven bye.

Rams rookie WR Austin Pettis appears to have been demoted.

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5 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. mempusa says: Oct 20, 2011 9:05 AM

    The Broncos aren’t changing their offense to suit Tebow? Attaboy Foxy! Keep being that stubborn mule you always were in Carolina! You could never bring the best out of your players or coaches and that’s why you’ll get blown out of Denver too!

  2. castleofcheese says: Oct 20, 2011 10:18 AM

    The NFL Network Playbook crew is picking the Packers in Week Seven.

    Are you that hard up for one-liners? The Packers are undefeated and 9 point favorites. They aren’t exactly going out on a limb with that pick…

    *knock on wood*

  3. dredddog says: Oct 20, 2011 10:24 AM

    Browns QB Colt McCoy discusses Cleveland’s tendency to start slow

    West coast offense needs a quick thinking QB along with a quick release..not seeing that much from you Colt..maybe that could be another problem!

  4. olskool711 says: Oct 20, 2011 10:33 AM

    Rams

    Please release Pettis.

    Watch what happens if the Patriots, Saints, Colts (with Peyton), or Packers pick him up.

    Release him.

  5. PFTiswhatitis says: Oct 20, 2011 12:05 PM

    Whats with the thumbs up/down rejections?

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