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Friday morning one-liners

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Martin eludes Minnesota Vikings' Sanford as he runs for a 64-yard touchdown Reuters

QB Tarvaris Jackson talks about the trade that made him a member of the Bills.

P Brandon Fields could give the Dolphins a Pro Bowl representative this year.

Patriots DT Vince Wilfork doesn’t care about style points if his team wins.

Rookie DE Quinton Coples is playing more than the Jets originally planned.

Rookie DT DeAngelo Tyson was grateful for his chance to get into the Ravens lineup.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis taught 450 women about football as part of a fundraiser for his charitable organization.

Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress says his play calling won’t be any different in the event RB Trent Richardson doesn’t play.

With the Steelers and Pitt at home and Bruce Springsteen in town, hotel rooms are tough to come by in Pittsburgh.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips gets some credit for the team’s big sack total.

A look at how some former Colts have fared since leaving the team.

Some numbers that paint the Jaguars as the worst team in the league.

Can Titans RB Chris Johnson seize a chance against another weak run defense?

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post thinks the Broncos linebackers have shown the team doesn’t need D.J. Williams back.

The Chiefs hope RB Peyton Hillis‘ return boosts their run game.

Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski has typically kicked well at Arrowhead Stadium.

Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano was able to visit his brother Chuck during the bye week.

The Cowboys expect TE Jason Witten to be a bigger factor than he was in the first game against the Giants.

Giants OL David Diehl would like to start, but he’ll settle for whatever the team has for him.

The Eagles may have to replace G Danny Watkins in the lineup on Sunday.

No one has ever had LB London Fletcher on their roster and needed to implement a plan to replace him for a game, but the Redskins are still making one.

Bears CB Tim Jennings is looking forward to matching up with Panthers WR Steve Smith.

CB Drayton Florence plans to return to Lions practice next week.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said DT B.J. Raji looked like his old self at Thursday’s practice.

Chip Scoggins of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune thinks fans were justified in booing the Vikings offense Thursday night.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan is working to cut down on interceptions.

Rookie LB Luke Kuechly has been a rare bright spot this Panthers season.

The Saints are heading to Denver on Friday, a day before they normally travel for road trips.

Said Buccaneers TE Dallas Clark of RB Doug Martin, “He’s special. He’s only going to get better, and he is fun to block for, that’s for sure.”

The Cardinals are relishing their renewal of hostilities with the 49ers.

Rams RB Steven Jackson is a seasoned world traveler.

The 49ers could boost their sack totals on Monday night.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson wants to bring his play from home with him when he goes on the road.

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1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. voyager6 says: Oct 26, 2012 6:22 PM

    “Bengals coach Marvin Lewis taught 450 women about football as part of a fundraiser for his charitable organization.”

    Glad to see Marvin found a crowld that knows less about football than him.

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