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Thursday morning one-liners

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Should the Bills draft Illinois DE Whitney Mercilus at No. 10 overall?

The Palm Beach Post analyzes the Dolphins’ 2012 free agents.

Patriots QB Tom Brady re-injured his left shoulder in the Super Bowl.

Jets coach Rex Ryan had a tough time stomaching Super Bowl XLVI.

The Baltimore Sun is previewing the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock discussed the Bengals’ 2012 draft options.

Should the Browns trade up for Baylor QB Robert Griffin III?

Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette answers Steelers questions.

Texans LB Brian Cushing is a certified beast.

The Jaguars have a favorable 2012 schedule.

The Titans have signed DT Lamar Divens.

Denver could be a sensible landing spot for free agent QB Vince Young.

The Chiefs anticipate offensive changes in 2012.

The Chargers can be aggressive in 2012 free agency.

Giants WR Victor Cruz is attending a fashion camp.

Boston College LB Luke Kuechly could be a draft target for the Eagles.

New Redskins DBs coach Raheem Morris isn’t looking back.

The Bears are tip-toeing around LB Brian Urlacher’s concussion comments.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper believes the Lions will draft North Alabama CB Janoris Jenkins.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel investigates the 2012 receiver class.

NFL.com examines the Vikings’ draft options.

New Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan has an impressive track record.

LSU DT Michael Brockers could make sense for the Panthers in the draft.

New Bucs OC Mike Sullivan is high on QB Josh Freeman.

Assistant head coach Russ Grimm says the Cardinals have “unfinished business.”

The 49ers want to upgrade at wide receiver this offseason.

FieldGulls.com breaks down the Seahawks’ 2012 salary cap.

The Rams hope to re-sign free agent WR Brandon Lloyd.

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5 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. swagjag says: Feb 16, 2012 10:05 AM

    Just because a Texans homer dubs Cushing a “beast” doesn’t make it news. It also does little to alter the perception in the court of public opinion that he is juiced out of his mind.

  2. tinkletinkleonyourstar says: Feb 16, 2012 10:52 AM

    Patriots QB Tom Brady re-injured his left shoulder in the Super Bowl.

    CORRECTION: The beast that is justin tuck re-injured bradys left shoulder!
    credit where credit is due!

  3. abungalfan says: Feb 16, 2012 11:38 AM

    Cushing a beast…….? If you consider someone who has to shoot a needle in to his back side a beast…. And just because he roid rages and headbutted someone doesn’t make him a beast either. It actually does the opposite. It shows how intelligent he really is.

  4. radrntn says: Feb 16, 2012 12:18 PM

    all quiet on the western front

  5. tformation says: Feb 16, 2012 1:41 PM

    The VY to Broncos article had some interesting guesses. I liked the Garrard to Bears as backup QB theory. Certainly would be a better backup than Hanie or Collins. VY to Denver to back up Tebow would be an interesting choice as well. Not that I expect VY to do the Tebow schtick well or anything, but it would be interesting to see.

    Not buying the McNabb back to Philly theory at all though. Can’t see McNabb’s pride and ego allowing him to go back there. If McNabb is playing in 2012, it’s in the CFL.

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