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Sunday morning one-liners

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Looking ahead to what the Bills offense might look like next season.

Dan Le Batard of the Miami Herald writes about the toll a long NFL career took on former Dolphins DE Jason Taylor.

Patriots T Sebastian Vollmer’s taken an unusual journey from Germany to Sunday’s playoff date with the Texans.

There have been eight changes to the Jets’ coaching staff since the end of the season.

Said Ravens WR Jacoby Jones of his 70-yard touchdown, “I didn’t even dance. I had to thank God. And you know I’m a dancing fool.”

Handing out some awards for the Bengals season.

Loyalty is important to Browns coach Rob Chudzinski.

Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette gives the Steelers a C- on their 2012 report card.

Texans RB Arian Foster wants to be known as more than just a running back.

Free agency should be a bigger part of the Colts’ strategy this offseason.

Taking a longer look at new Jaguars G.M. David Caldwell.

The Titans are interested in bringing Sherman Smith back as their running backs coach.

Broncos S Rahim Moore didn’t try to avoid blame for his miscue on the game-tying touchdown catch by Ravens WR Jacoby Jones.

Finding a quarterback will be one of the first things Chiefs G.M. John Dorsey has to do in his new job.

If the Raiders don’t have an offensive coordinator in place, senior offensive assistant Al Saunders or quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo will call plays at the Senior Bowl.

Catching up on the Chargers coaching search.

What would a switch to a 4-3 defense mean for some Cowboys defenders?

The Giants’ website offers up a defense of offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride’s play calling.

A preview of what the Eagles will do on the interior of the offensive line this offseason.

K Kai Forbath is excited about his future with the Redskins.

Bears G Lance Louis is planning a strong comeback from this year’s ACL injury.

WR Nate Burleson won the Lions’ Mike Utley Award for exhibiting tremendous spirit, desire, dedication and work ethic.

Said Packers DT B.J. Raji, “When the quarterback can run like that, that opens up the arsenal of play-calling. Obviously if you can’t stop the run, that’s football 101.”

Blake Cognata, the young man Vikings RB Adrian Peterson called as he battled cancer, died early on Saturday.

Falcons TE Michael Palmer uses Tony Gonzaelz as his guide on and off the field.

What did a 7-9 record feel like for Panthers fans?

The cap will produce some challenges for the Saints this offseason.

There are changes coming on the Buccaneers coaching staff.

If the Cardinals want to hire Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy as their next coach, they are now free to do so.

Worries about the impact of a change in offensive coordinators on Rams QB Sam Bradford.

49ers WR Michael Crabtree’s second playoff season got off to a much better start.

The Seahawks’ strengths seem to match up well with the Falcons’ weaknesses.

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2 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. drainbameged says: Jan 13, 2013 11:00 AM

    The article about Jason Taylor is a must read…brought tears to my eyes

  2. modellforprez says: Jan 13, 2013 11:39 AM

    very very sad. but taylors from pitts. not akron. soldier thru and thru. what these guys do to play a game is nuts and it makes you wonder about the stuff we DONT hear about in those pulp fiction basements.

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