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Sunday morning one-liners

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Fred Jackson gave the Bills a strong pass blocking running back.

The Dolphins have made a ton of moves on the offensive line in the last five years, but it remains a work in progress.

DE Andre Carter is a free agent, but he’s still checking in with the Patriots while rehabbing his quad injury.

A look inside a regional combine for would-be NFLers held at Jets headquarters.

Ravens RB Anthony Allen is hoping to take what he learned from Ricky Williams to become his replacement.

Assessing the draft possibilities for the Bengals.

If the Browns trade down in the first round, Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd could become a possibility for them.

Virginia Tech’s David Wilson and Boise State’s Doug Martin could be second-round running back options for the Steelers.

Wide receiver looks like a spot the Texans will address via the draft.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star isn’t buying any talk that the Colts will bypass Stanford QB Andrew Luck.

The Jaguars checked out Central Florida CB Josh Robinson’s Pro Day workout this week.

The Titans will play their first two preseason games on the road so they can finish improvements to LP Field.

WR Andre Caldwell could have a breakout season with the Broncos.

Chiefs LB Justin Houston is looking to boost his pass rush productivity next season.

The Raiders are still looking to sign S Tyvon Branch to a long-term contract.

With the future of a Los Angeles stadium up in the air, the Chargers may be in San Diego a while longer.

The offensive line should remain a focus for the Cowboys.

A last look at what RB Brandon Jacobs meant to the Giants.

Jonathan Tamari of the Philadelphia Inquirer thinks the Eagles are well positioned to survive Jason Peters‘ injury.

Said Redskins coach Mike Shanahan of T Jamaal Brown, “He broke up a lot of scar tissue this offseason. He said he’s feeling better right now than he has over the past couple years. Hopefully he’ll get more flexibility and be able to play at a higher level.”

A historical look at the 19th overall pick probably won’t excite Bears fans too much.

Lions coach Jim Schwartz says DE Everette Brown reminds him of Cliff Avril.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is looking for a new marketing agent.

Free agent TE Visanthe Shiancoe wouldn’t say if he’s headed for a reunion with former Vikings teammate Tarvaris Jackson.

Falcons coach Mike Smith expects T Sam Baker and DT Peria Jerry to contribute after injuries in 2011.

Panthers T Jordan Gross is one of many highly drafted tackles to wind up on All-Pro teams.

There don’t appear to be any more big Saints acquisitions on the horizon.

What might the Buccaneers do in the draft this year?

Cardinals S Adrian Wilson has devoted part of his offseason to helping raise money for the Phoenix Childrens Hospital.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher joked that he signed WR Steve Smith because they went to the same high school and college.

Utah State RB Robert Turbin is going to visit with the 49ers.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com likes what the Seahawks have done in free agency.

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4 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. TaiwanMike says: Apr 1, 2012 8:33 AM

    Any pass blocking the Bills can get is a positive. Jackson is versatile with a lot of gas left in the tank. Happy to have him back.

  2. mempusa says: Apr 1, 2012 8:50 AM

    Jordan Gross is horribly overrated. I watched him get smoked repeatedly last season. He does NOT deserve the pro bowl

  3. j0esixpack says: Apr 1, 2012 9:20 AM

    The Dolphins are a work in progress?

    LMFAO!

    Good April Fools joke PFT!

  4. bettis3636 says: Apr 1, 2012 10:44 AM

    I think Pittsburgh is happy with their depth at RB.. Dwyer, Clay, Spann, OOOO and some guy named Issac Redman. And Tomlin wants Moore back as well… but the MEDIA is constantly trying to put Pitt in the RB market….

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