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Monday morning one-liners

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LB Tank Carder’s recovery from a serious car accident impressed the Bills.

RB Lamar Miller’s speed has the Dolphins figuring out ways to make the most of it.

Figuring out how the Patriots running backs shake out with Joseph Addai coming aboard.

LB Josue Ortiz-Santana took the weekend off from Harvard and attempted to catch someone’s eye at Jets camp.

Rookie Justin Tucker is looking forward to competing for the Ravens’ kicking job.

Former NFL G.M. and current Alabama broadcaster Phil Savage thinks the Bengals did well by drafting CB Dre Kirkpatrick.

The Browns hope WR Travis Benjamin gives their offense some of the playmaking it has been missing.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said that Mike Adams will be playing left tackle.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips thinks the team’s pass rush will be very strong this season.

Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star thinks that the Colts should have brought RB Joseph Addai back.

The Jaguars signed FB Naufahu Tahi, who did his Mormon mission in Jacksonville while at BYU.

There’s less yelling from coaches now that Mike Munchak is running the Titans.

RB Knowshon Moreno’s future with the Broncos isn’t all that bright.

WR Steve Breaston is preparing for a variety of roles in the Chiefs offense.

The Raiders showed a fondness for Penn State products this offseason.

Chargers coaches will be on the practice field for the first time on Monday.

LB Kyle Wilber has impressed Cowboys coaches with his enthusiasm.

Giants TE Travis Beckum thinks his knee will heal in time for him to make the start of the season.

The Eagles have done a good job of stockpiling defensive ends.

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said that WR Santana Moss has lost 15 pounds.

The Bears will bring DT Trey Lewis in for a workout.

Lions RB Jahvid Best wasn’t impressed by what he saw in the Floyd Mayweather-Miguel Cotto fight.

Packers LB Nick Perry has been impressing people with his maturity for a long time.

The Vikings are one reason why there’s nowhere to go but up for Minnesota sports.

A scouting report on Falcons DE Jonathan Massaquoi.

Taking stock of the optimism around the Panthers.

Pass rushing is a specialty of Saints S Roman Harper.

Buccaneers RB Michael Smith got engaged just before he got drafted.

An attempt to figure out how much respect defenses give to Cardinals RB Beanie Wells.

What impact will Cameron Wake’s new contract have on the Rams’ negotiations with DE Chris Long?

The 49ers are working on maintaining a good relationship with San Francisco even as they plan a move to Santa Clara.

Breaking down some of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s college performances.

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6 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. mpete998 says: May 7, 2012 9:21 AM

    Love the article on Nick Perry! Thanks for tracking that down. Seems like a good kid, ready for work.

  2. bleed4philly says: May 7, 2012 9:54 AM

    “stockpiling” is an understatement

  3. joemammy says: May 7, 2012 10:51 AM

    “Former NFL G.M. and current Alabama broadcaster Phil Savage thinks the Bengals did well by drafting CB Dre Kirkpatrick.”
    ———–

    Speaking from the perspective of a Cleveland Browns fan, that coming from Phil Savage is the kiss of death for that kid.

  4. peytonsneck18 says: May 7, 2012 11:42 AM

    Redskins are frauds!!!

  5. donz0 says: May 7, 2012 12:13 PM

    “RB Lamar Miller’s speed has the Dolphins figuring out ways to make the most of it.”
    ******
    How about just giving him the ball? Don’t over think this one, Miami.

  6. clashpoint says: May 7, 2012 2:12 PM

    “Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said that Mike Adams will be playing left tackle.”

    That’s where he starts out at solely because that’s where he played in college, he has to start out somewhere, and until the vets show up, he’s the best left tackle available. He will have to learn both tackle spots for potential flexibility and injury issues. Right now he is at best the 4th best option at tackle for this season, behind Gilbert, Colon and probably Max Starks, when Max returns from injury. Also, especially when considering his off-field problems, he seems like more of a project than the other linemen drafted recently. He might not start this year unless there are multiple injuries.

    Definately like what he does for the Steelers future o-line.

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