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Thursday morning one-liners

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Patriots QB Brian Hoyer is happy to be staying in New England.

The Jets can’t place the franchise tag on S LaRon Landry in 2013.

The Ravens had interest in RB Brandon Jacobs before the 49ers signed him.

The Bengals get a guard and cornerback in Todd McShay’s latest mock.

Browns G.M. Tom Heckert explains his team’s free agency approach.

This Colts blog really thinks Andrew Luck is better than RG3.

New Jaguars CB Aaron Ross isn’t guaranteed a starting job in Jacksonville.

The Texans get Baylor WR Kendall Wright in this mock draft.

Former Broncos QB Jake Plummer won’t be making a comeback.

The Chargers value the versatility of new FB/RB Le’Ron McClain.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is high on the Cowboys this season.

The Giants will likely add another running back before camp.

The Eagles probably won’t be drafting Boston College LB Luke Kuechly.

Baylor QB Robert Griffin III is the future for the Redskins.

Could the Bears trade disgruntled RB Matt Forte before the draft?

New Packers C Jeff Saturday’s two-year contract is worth $7.75 million.

The Vikings could have interest in Georgia CB Brandon Boykin.

Running back is a young man’s job.

The Panthers are in pursuit of depth at linebacker.

NFL Network’s Brian Billick questions whether Bill Parcells is ready to coach.

The Buccaneers have re-signed OT Demar Dotson to a two-year deal.

Coach Ken Whisenhunt is excited about the Cardinals’ quarterbacks.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is excited about new QB Matt Flynn.

Will new WR Steve Smith have any impact with the Rams?

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2 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. thedetroitsportsfan says: Mar 29, 2012 10:53 AM

    The Bears would be foolish to trade Forte if they expect to compete with Green Bay and Detroit in the NFC North, he appeared to be their whole offense at times last season.. and to touch on the Pete Carroll, i think the Seahawks becoming a solid playoff team and fast. Ive been impressed by how he has adapted to that team

  2. footballhistorian says: Mar 29, 2012 12:57 PM

    I tried to read the story about Schefter’s take on the Cowboys…man, I HATE when we get re-directed to a sign-up-to-pay-for site.

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