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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Mary Owen, the Bills’ executive vice president of strategic planning, will now oversee the team’s community relations department as well.

The Dolphins will host three different draft parties for their fans.

Defense looks like the order of the day for the Patriots in the draft.

Jets TE Dustin Keller thinks there will be a friendly competition between Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez.

The Ravens have shifted their focus from free agency to the draft.

Bengals T Andrew Whitworth likes where the team is right now.

It’s going to be a busy week of pre-draft visits for the Browns.

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette thinks the Steelers should draft a running back.

Offseason signings bolstered the Texans secondary last season.

Colts owner Jim Irsay boasted of 100 percent participation on the first day of offseason workouts.

Jaguars DE Aaron Kampman says that his knees feel better than it did this time last year.

The Titans agreed to terms with special-teams ace Tim Shaw on a new contract.

UConn DT Kendall Reyes could fit the Broncos’ needs in the first round.

The Chiefs have plenty of options with the 11th overall pick.

LB Philip Wheeler said the amount of fan response he got on Twitter helped convince him to sign with the Raiders.

Chargers president Dean Spanos sat down for an interview with the team’s website.

Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News doesn’t think Cowboys QB Tony Romo has ever been a good leader.

South Carolina WR Alshon Jeffrey met with the Giants on Monday.

A breakdown of Eagles T King Dunlap’s previous NFL starts.

Redskins WR Leonard Hankerson did not have hip surgery in February because of a setback in his recovery.

The Bears feel better about the league’s kickoff rules a year after fighting against their implementation.

A look at whether or not North Alabama CB Janoris Jenkins is worth the risk for the Lions in the draft.

Packers DL Anthony Hargrove has a big supporter in Saints defensive line coach Bill Johnson.

The Vikings signed WR Bryan Walters, who spent parts of the last two seasons with the Chargers.

Andy Benoit of the New York Times thinks the Falcons should upgrade at safety.

The Panthers have started rolling out their new logo.

An argument against Bill Parcells stepping in to coach the Saints.

Said Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano of the first day of offseason work, “To finally be able to talk to the team as a group and to talk about football, I’d be lying if I told you I didn’t fly out of bed this morning, excited to go.”

Value has been the most important thing for the Cardinals in free agency.

Said Torry Holt, who will retire as a member of the Rams on Wednesday, “The fans and the city of St. Louis have been so good to me. I feel very fortunate that I was able to come to St. Louis and be surrounded by so many outstanding players and coaches. This is where it all started, and it’s fitting that this is also where it ends.”

Northwestern State CB Jeremy Lane will have a pre-draft visit with the 49ers.

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch started filming the movie that marks his debut as an actor.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. midnite2020 says: Apr 3, 2012 9:09 AM

    calvin johnson should also star in this feature film its should be called beastmode vs megatron

  2. deathmonkey41 says: Apr 3, 2012 9:47 AM

    Congrats to Torry Holt!

  3. klunge says: Apr 3, 2012 9:58 AM

    The Dolphins will host three different draft parties for their fans.
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    Well with Jeff Ireland making picks, I hope for the fans sake these parties are prior to the draft, otherwise they’re gonna be real downers.

  4. stew48 says: Apr 3, 2012 1:34 PM

    “Steelers might draft running back…”

    Yea, right, but it sure won’t be in the early rounds. There is a much better chance it will be an offensive tackle or guard. And, you can take that to the bank!

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