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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills DE Mario Williams feels less pressure now than he did when he first entered the league.

Catching up with the changing hairstyles of the Dolphins.

What’s up with the remaining Patriots free agents?

A look at the history of the 202nd pick, which the Jets own this year.

Looking at wide receiver options for the Ravens in the first round.

Bengals S Taylor Mays and defensive backs coach Mark Carrier have formed a close bond.

Gary Danielson thinks Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill is reminiscent of former Browns QB Bernie Kosar.

The Steelers need to address the offensive line in the draft.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle has the Texans taking Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill in his latest mock draft.

The Colts haven’t drafted a wide receiver since 2009.

The Titans are talking to restricted free agent LB Jonathan Casillas.

Wide receiver and safety are both needs for the Jaguars.

Broncos G Chris Kuper could be ready for training camp.

Seventeen prospects will attend the Chiefs’ Local Pro Day.

The Raiders are expected to meet with Morgan State TE Lamont Bryant.

Former Chargers FB Lorenzo Neal received probation after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge.

Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News thinks the Cowboys will bring in “serious” competition for QB Tony Romo if they miss the playoffs this year.

A show of support for Eagles CB Asante Samuel’s belief in himself.

S Tyler Sash would like a bigger role with the Giants next season.

New Redskins T James Lee does a little bit of instructional work in his free time.

RB Kahlil Bell is expected at Bears workouts even though he won’t sign his restricted free agent tender until April 20th.

The Lions will have plenty of options, but they will probably take a cornerback in one of the first two rounds.

The Packers don’t love the new offseason training rules.

What is the best thing for the Vikings to do with the third pick?

Free agent S Madieu Williams is deciding between the Falcons and Redskins.

Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer wonders if Panthers QB Cam Newton could turn down being on the cover of the next Madden game.

Are Saints fans being unfairly punished by the penalties imposed on those involved with the bounty program?

DT Amobi Okoye signed his new deal with the Buccaneers on Monday.

The Cardinals announced dates for various offseason activities, including minicamps.

The Rams started holding pre-draft visits on Monday.

LSU WR Reuben Randle visited the 49ers and Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd will visit with them.

Seahawks CB Walter Thurmond is unlikely to be ready for training camp after breaking his leg last year.

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6 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. stinkfingers says: Apr 10, 2012 10:25 AM

    The “changing hairstyles of the Dolphins”?

    WTF?

  2. brownsdawg1984 says: Apr 10, 2012 10:46 AM

    Oh I know let’s post a story written by Tony Grossi, I’m sure he has an accurate view of the Browns.

  3. whitecastleisafoodgroup says: Apr 10, 2012 11:51 AM

    “RB Kahlil Bell is expected at Bears workouts even though he won’t sign his restricted free agent tender until April 20th.”

    Are you there Matt? Hello?

  4. artisan3m says: Apr 10, 2012 12:45 PM

    Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News thinks the Cowboys will bring in “serious” competition for QB Tony Romo if they miss the playoffs this year

    In some circles, that would be called “kicking the can down the road.” Dallas needs a O-line, a running game, a secondary, a coach, and a general manager. Not many ‘serious’ contenders would want to engage in spirited competition to maintain mediocrity.

  5. kahnsbushymustache says: Apr 10, 2012 1:22 PM

    “Wide receiver and safety are both needs for the Jaguars.”

    Yeah, because when I need to know the needs of the AFC South, the first place I go is the NY Times…

  6. Deb says: Apr 10, 2012 1:39 PM

    “The Steelers need to address the offensive line in the draft.”

    Josh, you win today’s Master of Understatement award.

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