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Monday morning one-liners

New York Giants wide receiver Manningham catches a touchdown pass in the end zone as San Francisco 49ers defensive back Brock defends during fourth quarter of the NFL's NFC Championship game in San Francisco Reuters

The Buffalo News focused its post-AFC Championship Game coverage on former Bills WR Lee Evans.

Dolphins G.M. Jeff Ireland will handle Senior Bowl duties while new coach Joe Philbin builds his staff.

The strong first half of RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis helped push the Patriots to the Super Bowl.

DE Shaun Ellis never got to the Super Bowl with the Jets, but he’s heading there this season.

Sunday was the most heartbreaking loss in Ravens history.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton, TE Jermaine Gresham and DT Geno Atkins are going to the Pro Bowl.

Will the Browns trade up in the draft?

A look at some potential cap cuts for the Steelers.

The Texans are well stocked at tight end moving forward.

Checking in on the current slate of candidates for the Colts’ head coaching job.

DE Cliff Avril could be a free agent target of the Jaguars.

Titans coach Mike Munchak, a Penn State product, shared his thoughts on the death of Joe Paterno.

The Broncos can’t be more aggressive on offense without better accuracy from QB Tim Tebow.

Filling out depth is the biggest priority at safety for the Chiefs.

Vittorio Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that there’s a feeling around the Raiders that Marty Mornhinweg is the favorite for the head coaching job.

Steve Fairchild might be just the thing Norv Turner needs on his Chargers coaching staff.

Cowboys defensive backs coach Jerome Henderson is excited to be working with Rob Ryan again.

Giants WR Mario Manningham held onto the ball in the end zone in the fourth quarter at San Francisco this time.

Could the Eagles target a quarterback in the middle rounds of the draft?

Free agent possibilities at center for the Redskins include Chris Myers of the Texans.

Bears QB Jay Cutler’s first child is on the way.

Lions K Jason Hanson is ready to take on another challenge for his job.

Joe Paterno was a candidate for the Packers head coaching job in 1971, but they wound up hiring Dan Devine.

The Vikings hope that coaching the Senior Bowl gives them a leg up in the draft.

Said Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter of the Senior Bowl, “It’s always just one more evaluation tool that you can use. Videotape is great, but anytime you get a chance to [see players] work live, it’s always a plus.”

Panthers QB Cam Newton is heading to the Pro Bowl to replace Eli Manning.

Mark Lorando of the New Orleans Times-Picayune points out some Saints history to help fans move past the playoff defeat.

The Buccaneers are back to the hunt for a coach with Oregon coach Chip Kelly electing to stay in the college game.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell thinks he would have blocked the kick that sent the Giants to the Super Bowl.

Lions defensive backs coach Tim Walton is in the mix for a job with the Rams.

Some social media users wished death upon PR Kyle Williams and his family after Sunday’s loss.

Russ Lande of the Sporting News has the Seahawks taking Alabama CB Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round of his current mock draft.

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3 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. salmen76 says: Jan 23, 2012 9:32 AM

    Untill the Saints upgrade from their “High school Level” defense they will never win a post season game on the road. The Saints barely beat the Vikings in the 09 Championship game against the Vikings. If that game woulda been in Minnesota the Saints would have lost it too. Coach Sean Payton has a “God Complex” that clouds his judjement when it comes to defense. He thinks Drew can outscore anybody and he he is WRONG. To win on the road in the play offs in the NFL you must have an above “high school level” defense to win. So, Spaggs, please bring in some defensive talent and build the Saints a real “Pro Level Defense”. Please put Harper on the road! Geaux Saints!

  2. eastcoastv says: Jan 23, 2012 11:17 AM

    wow! Death threats against Kyle Williams is a little extreme isn’t it? We should all remember that it is just a game and one must win and one must lose. Jeez!

  3. monstoro15 says: Jan 23, 2012 12:35 PM

    you should never wish death on anybody let alone their family. :/

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