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Saturday morning one-liners

Robert Ayers AP

Bills C Eric Wood hopes his knee recovers in time for training camp.

Mike Bearadino of the Sun-Sentinel writes that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is down to his last strike after Jeff Fisher went to the Rams.

The Patriots defense hopes to start faster against the Broncos this time around.

Jets coach Rex Ryan said that he and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano are “like-minded people.”

Rookie WR Torrey Smith has established himself as a deep threat for the Ravens.

RB Cedric Benson might be on shaky ground with the Bengals.

The Browns need an offensive playmaker with the fourth pick of the draft, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.

Was the Steelers’ early exit a sign that defense no longer wins games in the playoffs?

Texans defenders are happy that defensive coordinator Wade Phillips passed on a chance to interview for a head coaching job.

WTHR-TV caught up with former Colts executive Chris Polian for an interview.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union thinks too much is being made of a joke made by Jaguars owner Shahid Khan.

Titans coach Mike Munchak doesn’t think the truncated offseason schedule will stop the team from getting a lot of work done.

Over the last two games, DE Robert Ayers has given the Broncos the pass rushing ability they sought when they made him a first round pick.

Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel’s loyalty as an assistant coach helped him move up to the top job.

Interviewing Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers for their head coaching job makes sense for the Raiders.

A look at some of the personnel decisions looming for the Chargers.

Deion Sanders thinks the Cowboys players are more to blame for the defense’s play than defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

G Chris Snee didn’t have much to say in response to Packers DT B.J. Raji’s assertion that the Giants offensive line was soft.

Which free agent linebackers would be a good fit for the Eagles?

Redskins rookie linebackers Ryan Kerrigan and Markus White had to buy the rest of the linebackers dinner before the season finale.

The Bears are still looking for their first 1,000-yard receiver since Marty Booker in 2002.

Running back is the only spot on the Lions offense that holds much offseason intrigue.

The return of WR Randall Cobb could spark the Packers on kick and punt returns.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson is off crutches as he rehabs from knee surgery.

The Falcons are going to be busy as they search for new coordinators on both sides of the ball.

Trent Dilfer thinks that Panthers QB Cam Newton is destined for great success in the future.

How much of a conclusion can you draw from four Saints road playoff games over many years?

The Buccaneers got uneven performances from their wide receivers in 2011.

Said Rams RB Steven Jackson of coach Jeff Fisher, “The coaches that I had after Mike Martz were coordinators that were very successful at the time, but Jeff brings stability. He brings credibility. He’s played in the league, and he was one yard away from winning the Super Bowl.”

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh isn’t much for long pregame speeches.

An argument against the Seahawks re-signing RB Marshawn Lynch.

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5 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. knucklehead93 says: Jan 14, 2012 10:53 AM

    Good to hear about AP!

  2. FinFan68 says: Jan 14, 2012 10:53 AM

    Mike Bearadino of the Sun-Sentinel writes that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is down to his last strike after Jeff Fisher went to the Rams.
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    I didn’t even bother to read the linked article. Ross owns the team, thus giving him an unlimited number of “strikes, and there is nothing fans can do to change that fact. Ask Redskins/Cowboys/Raiders/Bengals etc. fans how many strikes their owners have had.

  3. FinFan68 says: Jan 14, 2012 10:56 AM

    The Bears are still looking for their first 1,000-yard receiver since Marty Booker in 2002.
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    Stop throwing away high draft choices and get one. The Dolphins need to try that same philosophy when it comes to quarterbacks

  4. dolphins4 says: Jan 14, 2012 2:56 PM

    I sure wish the Eagles would hire Spagnuolo as defensive coordinator as early as monday so someone else like the Giants don’t hire him.Otherwise they won’t win squat.

  5. askbri says: Jan 14, 2012 4:01 PM

    Said Rams RB Steven Jackson of coach Jeff Fisher: “…He brings credibility. He’s played in the league, and he was one yard away from winning the Super Bowl.”

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    One yard away from scoring the tying touchdown in the Super Bowl.

    And if my aunt had b*lls, she’d be my uncle.

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