Sunday morning one-liners


It looks like better days for the Bills aren’t too far away.

Some potential Dolphins storylines that could wind up on Hard Knocks.

RB Shane Vereen is a Patriots player to watch throughout offseason workouts.

Rich Cimini of profiles a changed Jets coach Rex Ryan.

The Ravens claimed T Paul Madsen off of waivers from the Bills.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton has started to become a leader in the community.

Can the Browns finally break through against the Steelers?

Steelers LB James Harrison is one of many players to deal with serious back injuries.

Rookie DL Jared Crick looks like a perfect fit on the Texans defense.

Sylvia Mackey, widow of late Colts TE John Mackey, is waiting for the NFL and NFLPA to sort out issues over payments to her and other widows of former players.

Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon knows a few things about Jacksonville.

Eugene Amato plans to hold off the challengers for the Titans starting center job.

Former Broncos WR Rod Smith has had an easier time in retirement than many of his peers.

Chiefs TE Kevin Boss spent a week in Haiti this offseason.

Raiders S Tyvon Branch has everything you look for in a Cover-1 strong safety.

The Chargers could keep four tight ends this season.

Daniel Jeremiah of ranks Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware as the best edge rusher in the NFL.

Is Tom Coughlin the best coach in Giants history?

A vote in favor of Eagles DE Jason Babin changing his mind about running with the bulls.

The Redskins claimed CB Morgan Trent off of waivers from the Jaguars.

How big an impact will CB Asante Samuel have on the Falcons?

Panthers DL Greg Hardy could be in position for a breakout season.

Pat Kirwan of writes that existing contracts make it harder for the Saints and QB Drew Brees to agree to a deal.

The Buccaneers used this offseason to create an almost entirely new identity.

Bears players and coaches helped out at a football game between the Chicago police and fire departments.

The size of cornerbacks Chris Greenwood and Jonte Green could make a difference in the Lions secondary.

Packers DT Jerel Worthy went pro this year because he wants to help pay his parents’ medical bills.

Veteran Vikings have been setting a tone for the team with their participation in offseason work.

Do the Cardinals really have a quarterback competition?

CB Trumaine Johnson is working to make the transition from Montana to the Rams.

49ers WR Mario Manningham revisted his big Super Bowl catch recently.

Seahawks S Earl Thomas is quickly climbing the ladder of the league’s best at the position.

7 responses to “Sunday morning one-liners

  1. “Can the Browns finally break through against the Steelers?”………………….

    ………….not with ‘the Walrus’ running the show.

  2. DeMarcus Ware is a good player but, definately not the best edge rusher in the NFL Probably only 3rd best in the NFC. Jared Allen and Clay Mathews are both better at rushing the passer!

  3. Glad to see Earl Thomas getting some props. I can only hope the Seattle pass rush improves this year so that more QBs are hurrying throws into his range.

  4. Jared Allen and Clay Matthews better then D. Ware? Are you crazy? I will say Jared Allen is right up with him, but Clay, not so much. Ware is on a Cowboys team that had a terrible secondary and hardly anyone else that could rush the passer on the line.

    Plus the Cowboys play the Giants, Redskins, and Eagles. I don’t think Eagles and ‘Skins passed as much last year, compared to the Packers and Lions.

  5. Jared Allen and Clay Matthews better then D. Ware?

    No I am not crazy the article was talking about the best ‘edge rusher’. If it said over-all player or end your argument against Clay probably holds up.

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