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Tuesday morning one-liners

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CB Terrence McGee is still working his way up to full practices at Bills camp.

Dolphins LB Jason Trusnik worked on his long snapping during Monday’s practice.

The Patriots waived-injured LB Dane Fletcher and WR Britt Davis on Monday.

Both Jets quarterbacks performed well during 7-on-7 drills.

Ravens S Bernard Pollard has released an app based on the card game Bourre, which is popular among NFL players.

Running backs low on the Bengals depth chart will get a chance for extended playing time with Bernard Scott and BenJarvus Green-Ellis out of the lineup.

The Browns have been without WR Travis Benjamin during the last two practices.

Screen passes are part of Todd Haley’s plan for the Steelers offense.

The Texans are looking for better tackling on their special teams.

LB Gary Brackett won’t be returning to the Colts.

Jaguars RB Richard Murphy is going to need a new car.

Titans RB Darius Reynaud is happy to have a second chance in the NFL.

Rookie DT Derek Wolfe has fit right into the Broncos defense.

Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel expects making cuts will be difficult because the team has upgraded its overall talent.

WR Rod Streater continued making a strong impression in the Raiders’ preseaon opener.

Getting shot hasn’t kept Chargers RB Curtis Brinkley from an NFL career.

Cowboys rookie LB Kyle Wilber broke his left thumb on Monday night.

D.J. Ware is making a push for the third-down back job with the Giants.

A demotion has provided Eagles T Demetress Bell with the motivation to improve.

Neil Rackers had a better day than Graham Gano in the Redskins kicking competition.

The Bears had a physical practice on Monday night.

Lions TE Tony Scheffler has been having a strong camp.

Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette is surprised the Packers signed RB Cedric Benson and not RB Ryan Grant.

It looks like RB Lex Hilliard will win a roster spot with the Vikings.

It’s a big season for the Falcons safeties.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera isn’t a fan of Hard Knocks.

Saints CB Jabari Greer is on the way back from sports hernia surgery.

The Buccaneers didn’t please coach Greg Schiano with their performance in practice on Monday.

Rookie QB Ryan Lindley isn’t considered an option to start early in the season for the Cardinals.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher is keeping things positive when assessing his team.

The 49ers signed tight ends Gijon Robinson and Joe Sawyer.

J.R. Sweezy has made a smooth transition to offensive line for the Seahawks.

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4 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. 1075thefan says: Aug 14, 2012 9:21 AM

    The Jets would be 7 on 7 champions of the world

  2. blitzrules says: Aug 14, 2012 11:12 AM

    Reading the link behind that “Pollard iPhone app” one-liner… former RB Ryan Moats is now an iPhone app developer at EA? That deserves it’s own post I think.

  3. swagjag says: Aug 14, 2012 11:49 AM

    “Unfortunately for Murphy, the 30-inch DUB rims and tires, valued at $15,000, weren’t the only things missing, according to the report. Among other items stolen were his 2008 LSU National Championship ring, 2006 Sugar Bowl ring and 2008 SEC championship ring.”

    And they got his Mickey Mantle rookie card. This reeks of insurance fraud. Who would keep all that in their car?

  4. johnthehillboy says: Aug 14, 2012 4:42 PM

    And another, thanks a lot.

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