Tuesday morning one-liners

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Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson didn’t mind being compared to former Bills QB Jim Kelly.

A look at possibilities for the Dolphins should they want a receiver in the draft.

Patriots DE Chandler Jones reflected on a rookie year interrupted by injuries.

The Jets were one of many teams to make contact with former LSU CB Tyrann Mathieu at the Senior Bowl.

O.J. Brigance’s battle against ALS continues to be an inspiration for the Ravens.

Said Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, “I have to do a better job of getting us to be able to run the football better; you have to flat out run the ball effectively.”

Browns QB Brandon Weeden and C Alex Mack reminisced about their own trips to the Senior Bowl.

John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review thinks the Steelers are lucky they didn’t lose executive Omar Khan to another team.

Texans DE J.J. Watt’s big year has landed him an endorsement deal.

Andrew Luck is the sixth Colts quarterback named to the Pro Bowl.

There haven’t been any changes to the Jaguars scouting staff as yet.

Which young Titans are poised to move into bigger roles in 2013?

The Broncos are trying to strike a balance between chemistry and talent.

Jarrett Bell of USA Today cites the Chiefs hiring Andy Reid as a sign the old boy network is alive and well in the NFL.

New Raiders special teams coach Bobby April is looking forward to getting to know the players he has to work with in Oakland.

Former Chargers DE Jacques Cesaire hopes to move into coaching.

The Cowboys aren’t in any hurry to round out their staff.

Who are the five biggest leaders on the Giants?

Outlining the things that the next Eagles defensive coordinator needs to have.

It doesn’t seem many Redskins fans are pulling for the Ravens to win the Super Bowl.

The Bears are holding interviews with assistant coaches in Mobile during the Senior Bowl.

The Lions spoke with Michigan QB Denard Robinson on Monday at the Senior Bowl.

G Josh Sitton has become the leader of the Packers offensive line.

Former Vikings Matt Birk and Randy Moss are both headed to the Super Bowl, although there probably won’t be any heartfelt reunions.

A negative assessment of the Falcons defense.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera is a popular man thanks to the openings on his coaching staff.

The Saints probably won’t be replacing Aaron Kromer as offensive line coach in the next few days.

Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times thinks the Buccaneers could have interest in Florida State QB E.J. Manuel.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians checked out the North team at Senior Bowl practice.

Could the Rams add DE Chris Long’s little brother Kyle in this year’s draft?

An animated conversation with RB Frank Gore during Sunday’s game was nothing unusual for 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.

Clare Farnsworth of the Seahawks website thinks the team is going to miss Gus Bradley and John Idzik.

3 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. As far as the Rooney rule, and the Andy Reid hiring. Is it hard to believe that once in a while, the best candidate for the job just happens to be a white man?I believe racial quotas are a sign of racism.I believe the NFL players are primarily African-American. Should there be a quota on how many white players should be on a team?This is where all this leads. You know who gets hired? WINNERS.

  2. You guys should press the Brady sliding issue more. You often go after the league on other occasions and ask for an official statement. Why not ask the NFL about this?

    I would do it myself, but I assume they wouldn’t respond to me.

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