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Sunday morning one-liners

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Bill Polian will become part of the Bills’ Wall of Fame.

Former Dolphins LB Zach Thomas is having a hard time with Junior Seau’s death.

QB Mike Hartline faces some tall odds to make the Patriots.

Jets RB Terrance Ganaway hopes to make his late mother proud by sticking with the team.

Ravens WR Torrey Smith feels fully recovered from his hernia surgery.

Coach Marvin Lewis likes what he’s seen from the veteran Bengals thus far.

The Browns hope FB/TE Brad Smelley can help give their offense multiple looks.

Is the switch to Todd Haley at offensive coordinator a mistake for the Steelers?

Former Texans G Chester Pitts stresses the importance of planning for a life after football.

Cornerback is one of many places the Colts are looking for answers.

Golfer Rickie Fowler and Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon became good friends at Oklahoma State.

Titans TE Taylor Thompson’s decision to switch positions from defensive end was the rare one not born of desperation.

Said Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy of wide receivers DeMaryius Thomas and Eric Decker’s reaction to playing with Peyton Manning, “They’re like two little kids in a candy shop right now. They know an opportunity like this doesn’t come around very often.”

If all goes well for the Chiefs, G Jeff Allen and T Donald Stephenson won’t play much this season.

Raiders rookies likened getting a grasp of all the information from the team to drinking out of a fire hose.

S Brandon Taylor wore the same number at LSU as his new Chargers teammate Jacob Hester.

The Cowboys held a reunion for the 1992 Super Bowl team over the weekend.

Chase Blackburn is the early leader in the fight to be the Giants’ middle linebacker.

QB Nick Foles is getting plenty of work at the Eagles’ rookie minicamp.

Dan Graziano of ESPN.com thinks the Redskins would make Tim Hightower their starting running back if he returns to the team.

Bears LB Lance Briggs thinks DE Shea McClellin will play with a chip on his shoulder.

Lions T Riley Reiff knows the risks involved with playing football, but isn’t deterred by them.

Quarterbacks B.J. Coleman and Nick Hill have shown different strengths and weaknesses at Packers camp.

Vikings LB Solomon Elimimian was voted the hardest hitter in the CFL by other players.

WR Kenny Stafford is Cris Carter’s nephew and he’s trying to impress the Falcons as a tryout player.

CB Josh Norman is getting used to the work day required by the Panthers.

Saints QB Drew Brees had a joking response to rookie CB Corey White’s claim that he’ll intercept Brees often in practice.

CB Leonard Johnson came home for a chance to make the Buccaneers.

RB Javarris James is one of the tryout players trying to impress the Cardinals.

The Rams want to see more “wow” kicks from rookie P Johnny Hekker.

The 49ers hope they landed a steal with seventh-round DE Cam Johnson.

Seahawks RB Robert Turbin is inspired by memories of his late brother.

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5 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. emperor83 says: May 13, 2012 10:03 AM

    Polian should. It was him that got the right people to take the Bills to 4 consecutive Super Bowls. Remember: To LOSE 4 in a row, you have to REACH 4 in a row.

  2. todaysfishandchips says: May 13, 2012 10:37 AM

    Even for the most die hard NFL fans, most of these posts are irrelevant and not worth your time during the off-season. You’d be better off wasting your time on something else.

  3. qmizzle says: May 13, 2012 11:33 AM

    Lol, at Brees’ response: “I’ll throw 10 over your head for every one.” i love this guy.

  4. citizenstrange says: May 13, 2012 11:47 AM

    Is the switch to Todd Haley at offensive coordinator a mistake for the Steelers?
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    It shouldn’t be a problem for the self-described “pretty cerebral guy.”

    Just kidding … it’s going to be a mess.

    Roethlisberger will probably slide down from his lofty 21st in scoring offense.

    GO STEELERS!

  5. icdogg says: May 13, 2012 1:50 PM

    “The Browns hope FB/TE Brad Smelley can help give their offense multiple looks.”

    Or at least multiple smells.

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