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Sunday morning one-liners

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Steve Wyche of NFL.com thinks re-signing T Demetrius Bell is an offseason priority for the Bills.

What does Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman look for in a quarterback?

Malcolm Williams expects to get a look at safety during his second season with the Patriots.

It doesn’t look like the Jets will be pursuing LB Mario Williams as a free agent.

The Ravens might need safety depth in the draft.

The Bengals have a decision to make at kicker this offseason.

The right side of the offensive line has been a constant problem for the Browns.

Former Steelers C Dermontti Dawson will have Steve Parker, his high school coach, present him at the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies.

Texans owner Bob McNair is reminiscing about the first 10 years of the franchise.

Mark Kriegel of FOXSports.com wants Colts QB Peyton Manning to recognize when it is time to go out on top.

Jaguars GM Gene Smith thinks he can upgrade at wide receiver in free agency and the draft.

No one with the Titans had anything bad to tell Albert Breer of NFL.com about WR Randy Moss’ stint with the team.

Zane Beadles and J.D. Walton don’t have much in common outside of anchoring the Broncos offensive line.

Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com has the Chiefs taking Stanford T Jonathan Martin in his latest mock draft.

Could QB Jason Campbell leave the Raiders and join up with the Chiefs.

At an event for season ticket holders, Chargers QB Philip Rivers reiterated that he wasn’t hurt this season.

CB Terrence Newman tops the list of Cowboys who failed to meet expectations in 2011.

Is now the perfect time for the Giants to trade DE Osi Umenyiora?

A look at linebacker possibilities for the Eagles in the draft.

How much of an impact will Redskins TE Fred Davis‘ suspension have on his marketability as a free agent?

The teams on the Bears’ schedule for 2012 played to a .492 winning percentage in 2011.

The Lions appear to have the least money to work with of any team in the NFC North.

A look at potential issues involved with the Packers franchising TE Jermichael Finley.

Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press profiles Vikings GM Rick Spielman and the job he has in front of him.

Falcons LB Curtis Lofton is one of the top inside linebackers hitting free agency.

Panthers linebackers Jon Beason and Thomas Davis are busy rehabbing so they’re ready for training camp.

G Carl Nicks‘ future with the Saints is one of the big questions as free agency approaches.

The Buccaneers need to get better in the secondary before next season.

Will the Cardinals let WR Early Doucet walk as a free agent this offseason?

The Rams are still making moves in the front office.

Pat Kirwan of CBSSports.com wonders if the 49ers will make a play for restricted free agent WR Mike Wallace.

Seahawks CB Walter Thurmond is trying to come back from his second season-ending injury in 25 months.

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5 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. dolphins4 says: Feb 19, 2012 9:15 AM

    Andy Reid and the Eagles brain trust won’t draft something they really need in the 1st round but instead they’ll out think the rest of the NFL and draft some undersized offensive or defensive lineman .

  2. tdk24 says: Feb 19, 2012 10:30 AM

    As a Raiders fan, i would love to see Campbell go to the Chiefs, or any other AFC West team for that matter. Your RB’s will love him since they are the only ones he can ever get the ball to.

  3. AlohaMrHand says: Feb 19, 2012 10:56 AM

    as a Raider can I’d rather see Campbell under center rather than Palmer.Campbell is by no means an elite QB but he manages games well and can roll out of the pocket when necessary.Palmer is a wooden Indian in the pocket and who knows how much longer his arm will hold up.

  4. Manny Gonzalez says: Feb 19, 2012 11:02 AM

    LOL. Very true Dolphins 4, Very True,

  5. eaglebranded says: Feb 19, 2012 4:19 PM

    U are right dolphins4 but what you forgot is whatever they do it will be better than what the dolphins will do with theirs.

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