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Sunday morning one-liners

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A Bills reunion with WR Lee Evans isn’t likely to happen.

Les Brown took a circuitous route to trying to make the Dolphins as a tight end.

Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com wonders if Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski should cut back on his off-field activities.

Trading up doesn’t look like the right move for the Jets.

Georgia C Ben Jones visited with the Ravens.

The last time a Bengals draft board was this wide open, things didn’t turn out so well.

Having four compensatory picks could serve the Browns well during the draft.

Steelers RB Jonathan Dwyer will be working out in Orlando before training camp.

It’s about time for a youth infusion in the Texans receiving corps.

Former Colts LB David Thornton is now helping the team’s young players transition to life as professionals.

Jaguars T Eugene Monroe doesn’t think he has an issue with his weight.

Titans WR Nate Washington had minor knee surgery.

The Broncos are looking to increase the speed of their defensive line.

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star thinks the Chiefs will be looking for a safety in the seventh round.

The Raiders have hired former RB Napoleon Kaufman as the team’s chaplain.

The Chargers could add a running back in free agency or they could opt for the draft.

Cowboys COO Stephen Jones said that the team will take a long look at Alabama DE/LB Courtney Upshaw.

Giants OL Mitch Petrus is using the offseason to spend some time on his musical pursuits.

Will the Eagles take another whack at finding the right defensive lineman in the draft?

A reminder that the Redskins can’t sign the number two pick in the draft before the draft even if the Colts sign the first choice.

A look at guards that might interest the Bears in the draft.

Norv Turner thinks the Lions benefit a great deal from playing at Ford Field.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is a slight underdog in his Madden 13 cover contest matchup with Lions WR Calvin Johnson.

Recent sixth-round picks have been a mixed bag for the Vikings.

Roddy White will likely become the Falcons’ career leader in catches this season.

Adding some receiving targets for Cam Newton could be in the cards for the Panthers.

Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune raps the knuckles of both sides in the Saint’s contract negotiations with QB Drew Brees.

The Buccaneers honored their longest-tenured employee with gifts centered on her 35 years of service.

The Cardinals are pleased with the veteran presence they’ve added to their secondary.

Wide receivers are going to be on the Rams’ radar during the draft.

WR Kyle Williams could be in a fight for his 49ers roster spot this summer.

Inspired by his son, Seahawks G.M. John Schneider is starting a charity to help children with autism.

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5 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. TaiwanMike says: Apr 15, 2012 9:42 AM

    Gronkowski’s off-field activities only matter if he starts screwing up on the field. If the Patriots win and he performs, then he’s a free-spirit. If they lose and he screws up, then he’s not committed to his team. Since I’m a Bills fan, I root for the distraction.

  2. tdk24 says: Apr 15, 2012 10:24 AM

    One thing Gronk can’t cut out is his dancing lessons. That video of him dancing right after his great super bowl defeat still gives me nightmares. It was very disturbing.

  3. duanethomas says: Apr 15, 2012 11:11 AM

    I’ve been telling everyone who will listen that Kyle Williams would struggle to make the team this year. Greg Williams wanted what the Giants got out of him, a soft scared side.

  4. jason49er says: Apr 15, 2012 2:23 PM

    Kyle Williams will be on the roster bubble but it would make sense to me for us to keep 6 WRs this year.

    For one thing Moss is a mystery and he and Ginn aren’t likely to return in 2013. Crabtree is finally at the point in his outlandish contract where they can cut him if he doesn’t develop into that #1 WR he was drafted to be and save over $3M on the 2013 cap. They’d also save $3.95M if they didn’t think Manningham was worth it anymore.

    Williams is signed on the cheap and for an offense that’s struggled with continuity for so long, having a guy in your back pocket who is familiar with Alex and the offense would be nice, even if he is a weekly gameday inactive.

  5. terumiarai says: Apr 15, 2012 3:23 PM

    Seems like Norval is already lining up for a new gig after this season. Kissing up to Detroit even before this season starts.

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