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Thursday morning one-liners

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While at the Senior Bowl, Bills GM Buddy Nix said QB, LB and WR were prioirity positions for his team.

The Dolphins got some support from their local government for their stadium project.

Patriots CB (and free agent) Kyle Arrington said his preference would be to stay with his current team.

The early forecast for the Super Bowl to be played in the Jets’ home stadium in 2014 is for, wait for it, cold weather.

Ravens QB Joe Flacco is three touchdowns short of the postseason record, and hasn’t thrown an interception.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis on the arrest of OT Andre Smith for having a gun in his carry-on bag at the airport: “He’s a smart guy that got involved in a dumb situation that caused him an embarrassment for a moment.”

The Browns are talking about using a “hybrid” defense in 2013, which makes it sound like they don’t know exactly what it’s going to be yet.

Steelers QB Charlie Batch is a finalist for the Byron “Whizzer” White award for community service.

The Texans were happy to get away to the Pro Bowl after their playoff exit.

When you start looking at the list of Colts’ offseason needs, it’s a miracle they went to the playoffs at all.

The Jaguars are looking at the Senior Bowl passers, who may not be better than what’s already on their roster.

Titans QB Jake Locker is recovering well from shoulder surgery, other than having to sleep in a recliner.

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post thinks the fear of failing should be the Broncos’ biggest motivator next year.

A look at the top 10 draft prospects, as they pertain to the Chiefs’ draft needs.

The addition of Tony Sparano to the coaching staff fits with new offensive coordinator Greg Olson’s shift back toward a power game.

New Chargers secondary coach Ron Milus replaces Ron Meeks in that role, after he replaced Meeks as the Panthers secondary coach in 2009 when Meeks was promoted to defensive coordinator.

Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin doesn’t buy the “sabotage” theory from Super Bowl XXXVII, saying of the Bucs team he coached then: “I would like to think that we played pretty good that day.”

WR Hakeem Nicks tops the list of Giants injuries to watch this offseason.

There’s a clear value on experience among the Eagles’ defensive coordinator candidates.

The Redskins college scouting boss talks about the process that led them to RB Alfred Morris.

New Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer has a reputation for improving his lines, which the Bears need badly.

While coaching at the Senior Bowl, the Lions are getting a close look at the top CB prospects.

Packers CB Davon House had shoulder surgery on Wednesday.

A look ahead at the Vikings’ WR situation in 2013, which begins with how they handle Percy Harvin.

The Falcons gave their head athletic trainer a shiny new title.

Florida State QB E.J. Manuel thinks he’d be a good fit for the Panthers.

With his first big interview out of the way, Saints coach Sean Payton’s priority is moving past the bounty drama of the last year.

The Buccaneers are shuffling around some season-ticket holders, but they swear it doesn’t mean they’re going to start tarping seats.

The Cardinals promoted Jason Licht to vice president of player personnel, the job vacated when Steve Keim was promoted to general manager.

Oregon’s Kyle Long’s path to the NFL Draft wasn’t as smooth as his brother, Rams DE Chris Long’s.

Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle takes a look back at the individual workout that made the 49ers fall for QB Colin Kaepernick.

Seahawks fans are still relishing one of the best seasons in franchise history.

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1 Response to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. patriotsdefense says: Jan 24, 2013 8:56 AM

    The Jets are always the visitors even when they play at ‘home’. Might as well still call it Giants Stadium.

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