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Monday morning one-liners

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The Bills’ draft position might not match up with their needs.

Does Alabama LB Courtney Upshaw fit the Dolphins’ needs on defense?

Patriots LB Brandon Spikes is walking without crutches after his knee surgery.

The Jets have had a good track record with trades.

Cal LB Mychal Kendricks could make sense for the Ravens.

Members of the Bengals coaching staff were pushing to get WR Armon Binns on the field at the end of last season.

A call for the Browns to draft Alabama RB Trent Richardson in the first round.

With WR Mike Wallace’s future in Pittsburgh up in the air, the Steelers may address wide receiver in the draft.

LB Connor Barwin’s play after moving to the weakside was a big part of the Texans’ success last season.

Said Colts S Antoine Bethea, “You just get a lot out of the season, not just football but what type of person you are when things aren’t going your way.  Things like that.  There are things you can get in a football sense and outside of football how to approach things.  I never took winning for granted.  I most definitely won’t do it now.”

Illinois WR A.J. Jenkins, a Jacksonville native, has drawn interest from the Jaguars.

Former Titans S Chris Hope is still looking to land with a team.

Broncos LB Joe Mays had a strong season stopping the run in 2011.

How will the Chiefs use their fullback in 2012?

Houston LB Sammy Brown will visit with the Raiders.

Said WR Eddie Royal of signing with the Chargers, “It wasn’t about being comfortable. It wasn’t about playing at home. It was about the best decision for me as a football player and my career. I think I made that decision.”

LSU CB Ron Brooks is expected to meet with the Cowboys.

Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports thinks the Giants should give DE Osi Umenyiora a new contract.

A look at some offensive tackle options for the Eagles in the draft.

Assuming the Redskins take Baylor QB Robert Griffin III after the Colts take Stanford QB Andrew Luck, their fates will be intertwined like other quarterbacks taken with the top two picks of the draft.

The family of former Bears S Dave Duerson have created a safety program to help Indiana high school and middle school athletes deal with head injuries.

The Lions see FB James Bryant as an offseason project.

A Wisconsin filmmaker has made a documentary covering Brett Favre from his final game with the Packers.

Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500 Radio doesn’t see the Vikings trading out of the top six picks.

Falcons T Will Svitek is blogging about going to the NFL Business Management & Entrepreneurship program at Northwestern.

The Panthers have more cap issues than their divisional rivals.

Looking back at the trade for RB Mark Ingram through the prism of the Saints’ penalties for their bounty program.

Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano knows that he has to hit the ground running.

NFL.com takes a look at the state of the Cardinals.

Could the 49ers add another running back via the draft?

Rams RB Steven Jackson is getting acquainted with the movie business.

The Seahawks are looking for pass rush help and USC DE Nick Perry could provide it.

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3 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. maxpower1912 says: Apr 2, 2012 9:15 AM

    I love how in the Bills’ link they say Reiff won’t be available at 10, but in the Eagles’ link Mayock says that he’s a reach at 15! Just shows that nobody knows anything until draft day!

  2. TaiwanMike says: Apr 2, 2012 9:44 AM

    At least if the Bills draft position doesn’t suit their needs, it’s in the best way possible. I would much rather be drafting too high than too low. Worst case scenario is that they over draft someone in the first round, best case is that they trade down and get more draft picks that do suit their needs.

  3. klunge says: Apr 2, 2012 10:33 AM

    “The Jets have had a good track record with trades.”

    Really? They traded away the entire 2009 draft plus other players for Sanchez and Greene. I guess it’s a matter of opinion whether that supports your statement or not.

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