Friday morning one-liners


Said former Bills WR Andre Reed on whether it was hard to come close to making the Hall of Fame, “It is. It is. And really, I’m at a loss for words because I’ve said as much as I could say, politically, the way I want to say it. I’m not going to go out and bash anybody. That’s not how I work. I don’t work like that.”

Chad Pennington, who might make his retirement official soon, thinks he’d be less of a physical risk for the Dolphins than Peyton Manning.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick is at Pebble Beach for a pro-am golf tournament.

Jets vice president of stadium development and finance Thad Sheely is leaving the team to start his own business.

Being under pressure was not a good look for Ravens QB Joe Flacco.

Expect the Bengals to be active suitors of running backs in free agency.

Former members of the Browns are giving lectures to Cleveland high school students about building better race relations in the future.

Said Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley, “We’re going to start with a clean slate and what gives us the best possible chance to succeed and score a lot of points.”

Texans WR Andre Johnson and DE J.J. Watt will be grand marshals for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Parade.

One of the Colts season ticket holders given tickets to the Super Bowl shares his story.

Jaguars G Uche Nwaneri triggered serious incentives in his contract this season.

OL Mike Otto’s signing guarantees the Titans depth heading into next season.

The Broncos are looking at a tough schedule in the 2012 season.

Chiefs CB Brandon Carr ranks second on Pete Prisco of’s list of the top 50 free agents.

Paul Gutierrez of praises Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie for cutting loose CB Stanford Routt.

A deep wide receiver market is influencing the Chargers’ stand on re-signing WR Vincent Jackson.

Cowboys P Mat McBriar had a cyst removed from his left knee.

Steve Serby of the New York Post wants the Giants to give WR Victor Cruz the raise he asked for on PFT Live.

Todd Bowles is the latest man to try and solve the riddle of the Eagles secondary.

Making the case for the Redskins signing QB Kyle Orton as a free agent.

Hiring Jeremy Bates as quarterback coach should be a big benefit for Bears QB Jay Cutler.

CB Janoris Jenkins could be a draft fit for the Lions.

Packers T Marshall Newhouse is out to eliminate all doubt about his ability to handle a starting role.

Former Vikings DE Chris Doleman’s life has been a whirl since getting elected to the Hall of Fame.

Falcons T Andrew Jackson is being reunited with his college coach/new Falcons offensive line coach Pat Hill.

The long-awaited details of Panthers LS J.J. Jansen’s contract extension.

Don Banks of thinks Saints WR Marques Colston is the most underrated free agent available this offseason.

Buccaneers G.M. Mark Dominik said that he would like to follow the Giants’ blueprint.

Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton wants to become a head coach, but he loves life in Arizona as well.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch looks at the extended Rams general manager search.

49ers WR Joshua Morgan is eager to get back on the field.

A look at how the Seahawks will manage the new offseason workout schedule.

6 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. “Buccaneers G.M. Mark Dominik said that he would like to follow the Giants’ blueprint.”

    First it was the Steelers, then it was the Packers, now its the Giants. Doesn’t every team try and model themselves after a Super Bowl Championship team? Make up your mind Mark. How about make your own “mark”, pun intended, and design your own blueprint.

  2. “Patriots coach Bill Belichick is at Pebble
    Beach for a pro-am golf tournament.”


    How nice it will be for these amateur golfer who like to
    cheat at their sport to have a pro like Belichick around to
    give them lots of pointers on how to get around the rules…

  3. “Buccaneers G.M. Mark Dominik said that he would like to follow the Giants’ blueprint.”

    Well then good luck signing Peyton, because thats the only Manning you’re getting.

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