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Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills scouting department pays a lot of attention to players from small schools.

Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman coached QB Ryan Tannehill at Texas A&M and thinks Tannehill is a winner.

The Patriots are lobbying New Hampshire for a license plate with the team’s logo.

Jets coach Rex Ryan was inducted into the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Hall of Fame on Saturday.

The Ravens’ pursuit of a new deal with RB Ray Rice is officially underway.

The Bengals signed RB Andre Brown, formerly a member of the Lions.

For the Browns, there’s more to the combine than Baylor QB Robert Griffin III.

Former Steelers DE Jeremy Staat is biking across country to raise awareness of veterans’ issues.

A look back at the Texans’ selections in the 2002 expansion draft.

Breaking down defensive line prospects for the Colts.

Marlon McCree is excited about starting his coaching career with the Jaguars.

Titans K Rob Bironas is hosting his first charity golf tournament.

Previewing the Broncos’ approach to free agency.

A full breakdown of the Chiefs’ cap numbers for the 2012 season.

Peter King of SI.com writes that the Raiders aren’t coming from a position of strength when it comes to getting under the cap.

What are the Chargers’ options at strong safety?

The Cowboys should follow the Giants’ lead and make pass rushing a priority.

The story behind the Giants’ “All In” slogan during their run to the Super Bowl.

Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News wants the Eagles to break ties with WR DeSean Jackson.

There’s no perfect solution to the Redskins’ quarterback need.

The Bears will need to address safety during the offseason.

Lions T Jeff Backus didn’t have a great year, but a shallow free agent pool at the position should get him offers.

A look at the Packers defensive line as the offseason gets underway.

Patrick Reusse of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune thinks a new Vikings stadium would be a boon for downtown Minneapolis.

The Falcons will have to play the waiting game on draft day after trading up for WR Julio Jones last year.

Evaluating the job done by the Panthers coaching staff in 2011.

Saints QB Drew Brees has a third son on the way.

Re-signing K Connor Barth and OL Jeremy Zuttah are expected to be priorities for the Buccaneers.

Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike Miller shares his thoughts on the Cardinals offense.

Harvey Dahl did a good job in pass protection for the Rams.

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee shares his thoughts on the 49ers’ plans at wide receiver.

John Clayton of ESPN thinks Seahawks owner Paul Allen is atypical for the NFL because his chief concern isn’t turning a profit.

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4 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. j0esixpack says: Feb 20, 2012 10:51 AM

    It’s about time Rex Ryan was inducted into the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Hall of Fame

    He’s been guaranteeing his induction each year ever since he graduated.

  2. dolphins4 says: Feb 20, 2012 11:33 AM

    Paul Domowitch is an idiot.It’s not easy replacing what DeSean brings to the Eagles.I still remember the Todd Pinkston years and the Eagles would be smart to sign DeSean to a long term deal.

  3. trollhammer20 says: Feb 20, 2012 12:16 PM

    Of course Paul Allen isn’t concerned with turning a profit. The man is going to fund a private version of the space program. He could buy your team’s owner out, not only of the NFL, but of all of their business ventures.

    When it comes to funding, you can call Paul Allen “money badger”, because he just don’t give a….

  4. klunge says: Feb 20, 2012 1:19 PM

    The RB who played for the Lions and is now on teh Bengals roster was Aaron Brown, not Andre Brown…

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