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Tuesday morning one-liners

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S Jairus Byrd is in a walking boot, but the Bills feel he’ll be able to play this week.

Dolphins DE Randy Starks has gotten his contract push off to a good start.

The Patriots want to be better in practice this week.

The Jets fear opposing teams will try to bait S LaRon Landry into penalties.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco’s tight ends have his back.

The Bengals defense didn’t earn high marks in Week Two.

Browns LB D’Qwell Jackson is peeved by the inconsistency of the officiating.

WR Mike Wallace’s return to the Steelers has gone smoothly thus far.

The Texans are happy with the way things are working with their right guard rotation.

Young members of the Colts have plenty of veteran role models on the roster.

The Jaguars have given CB Rashean Mathis more playing time.

There aren’t any changes planned at safety for the Titans.

Broncos LB Keith Brooking said he wasn’t surprised to hear boos in his return to Atlanta.

Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star hasn’t observed much patience from Chiefs fans.

The Raiders defense keeps on getting thinner.

A vote in favor of the legitimacy of the Chargers’ 2-0 start.

The Cowboys will look at kick return options other than RB Felix Jones.

A breakdown of Giants WR Victor Cruz’s 80-yard touchdown catch.

Dallas Reynolds feels prepared to take over at center for the Eagles.

Jason Reid of the Washington Post thinks the Redskins will sorely miss LB Brian Orakpo and DL Adam Carriker.

Said Bears coach Lovie Smith, “That’s what I was disappointed in: our play. The way we as coaches prepared our guys and the way we played during that game. But we’ll correct that. We’ve lost games before. We’re not the only team that has lost a big game that we thought we would win. But we’ll bounce back.”

Lions WR Ryan Broylesseating choice on the sideline doesn’t concern coach Jim Schwartz.

It’s been 62 years since the Packers settled on green and gold.

Vikings LB Erin Henderson owned up to his blunder on a touchdown by Colts WR Reggie Wayne.

The Falcons defense is feeling good about itself after Monday night’s victory.

Panthers CB Captain Munnerlyn isn’t thrilled to be rotating at corner.

The Saints defense is short on playmakers.

Big plays have become part of the Buccaneers offense in the first two weeks.

RB Ryan Williams got a lot of support from the Cardinals in the wake of his late fumble against the Patriots.

The Rams overcame many obstacles on their way to a win on Sunday.

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson visited the 49ers on Sunday, but coach Jim Harbaugh would prefer to see Willie Mays and Muhammad Ali drop by.

T Russell Okung is expected back in the Seahawks lineup against the Packers.

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. go9ers says: Sep 18, 2012 11:14 AM

    At least Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson didn’t try to join the 49ers on the field. Last year Paul Rubens showed up at a Cowboys practice. He must have heard how they play Pee Wee football down in Dallas, and was looking to join the team.

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