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Friday morning one-liners

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The Bills may need to turn to T Chris Hairston against Texans DE J.J. Watt.

The Dolphins have developed a knack for making big plays this season.

Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich has no dance moves to show off after a sack.

The Jets didn’t fill either of their two empty roster spots via a pre-deadline trade.

The Ravens are wary of Browns WR Josh Gordon’s ability to get open deep.

Former Bengal Milt Stegall was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

Browns CB Joe Haden thinks his presence in the lineup can make a difference against the Ravens.

Said Steelers G Ramon Foster of the Giants defense, “We’ve got to control those guys the best we can. They are built for the pass rush because of their speed and athleticism, which I don’t think many teams in this league have.”

The Texans expect LB Darryl Sharpton to come off the PUP list next week.

Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson is trying to make sure the team doesn’t get caught up in praise from the press.

The Jaguars are still ailing at cornerback.

Titans S Michael Griffin is not happy with the way he’s played so far this season.

Broncos CB Champ Bailey is looking forward to covering A.J. Green this weekend.

Thursday’s game featured two more turnovers for Chiefs QB Matt Cassel.

The Raiders run defense has been better of late.

Chargers S Darrell Stuckey said his running catch of a punt to pin the Chiefs deep on Thursday night reminded him of his days as a baseball center fielder.

CB Mike Jenkins says he’s happy that he’ll be with the Cowboys for the rest of the season.

David Diehl will return to the starting lineup at right tackle for the Giants this weekend.

Eagles rookie G Dennis Kelly said he was nervous and aggressive in his first NFL start last week.

TE Chris Cooley is looking more comfortable in his second week back with the Redskins.

D.J. Moore could lose his nickel back job with the Bears.

Lions LB Justin Durant looks forward to hitting some of his former Jaguars teammates.

Tight ends have been criticized often with the Packers this year.

Vikings P Chris Kluwe has struggled of late, but he’s not in imminent danger of losing his job.

A statistical look at the Falcons offense.

T Jordan Gross has provided some stability for the Panthers.

RB Chris Ivory said he isn’t surprised that he remained with the Saints through the trade deadline.

Gary Shelton of the Tampa Bay Times applauds the way the Buccaneers handled the CB Aqib Talib trade.

OL Nate Potter could find his way into the lineup for the Cardinals.

The Rams would like to get the ball into RB Isaiah Pead’s hands more often.

Steve Young likes what he’s seen from 49ers QB Alex Smith this season.

Seahawks WR Sidney Rice doesn’t plan to do any jawing with old teammates from the Vikings.

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1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. patriotenvy says: Nov 2, 2012 11:39 AM

    Rob Ninkovich is a unsung hero. He has a way of being at the right place and making things happen when you most need them to happen.

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