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Monday morning one-liners

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A look at how the Bills are installing the systems run by coach Doug Marrone.

Watching the Super Bowl and thinking about the Dolphins.

Will the Patriots help open up the 2013 season?

You can probably guess the conclusion of an analysis of the Jets quarterbacks.

Ravens DT Haloti Ngata has plenty of time to heal up after leaving the Super Bowl early with a knee injury.

RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis will miss retiring Bengals running backs coach Jim Anderson.

The Browns defensive line had 25 of the team’s 38 sacks in 2012.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin thinks football is an effective teaching tool for young men.

The Texans website is profiling Georgia DT John Jenkins.

Looking back at the top catches of the Colts season.

Will the Jaguars pursue 49ers QB Alex Smith this offseason?

Said Titans G.M. Ruston Webster of QB Jake Locker, “I think Jake did a lot of really good things and I think Jake is a tough guy who is never going to tell you when he’s hurting or anything like that. He’ll play through whatever. He was obviously banged up there toward the end, and for most of the season, really. Then we had injuries around him, which made it even tougher. Our offensive line being in flux and some things like that, losing our tight end, I think that made it tougher on Jake.”

John Elway’s Broncos Super Bowl memories don’t have a warm spot for New Orleans.

The Chiefs wound up taking “Leon Sandcastle” with the first overall pick in an amusing Super Bowl commercial.

Monte Poole of the Bay Area News Group doesn’t think it’s hard to understand why former Raiders WR Tim Brown was passed over for the Hall of Fame.

How can the Chargers put themselves in position to make the Super Bowl?

Emmitt Smith doesn’t agree with criticisms of Cowboys QB Tony Romo.

Lawrence Taylor believes former Giants DE Michael Strahan should join him in the Hall of Fame.

With the Super Bowl done, it’s time for Eagles coach Chip Kelly to get to work.

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III says he’s ready to get back after it.

Former Bears QB Jim McMahon doesn’t have the fondest memories of his trip to the Super Bowl.

What’s next for the Lions?

Former Packers DE Willie Davis has written a book about his football life.

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said he’s surprised that Lovie Smith didn’t wind up with another job this offseason.

Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez was one of the standout performers of the postseason.

Panthers LB Luke Kuechly said that he has to keep learning after taking home the defensive rookie of the year award.

A repeat of his experience with the Saints wasn’t meant to be for 49ers C Jonathan Goodwin.

Buccaneers LB Lavonte David didn’t garner much support in voting for defensive rookie of the year.

Cardinals DE Calais Campbell and CB Patrick Peterson were in the NFL’s Super Bowl commercial.

Frank Bush brings a lot of experience with him to the Rams coaching staff.

The interception by QB Colin Kaepernick on Sunday was the first in a Super Bowl by a 49ers quarterback.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson wound up winning the NFL.com rookie of the year award.

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4 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. fuglyflorio says: Feb 4, 2013 10:25 AM

    RG3 is finished. Too many broken parts.

  2. jbcommonsense says: Feb 4, 2013 11:10 AM

    RGIII looks good, and his youthful confidence is infectious, but he needs to be more cautious moving forward. Pick your spots to run, slide and head to the sidelines. Pull yourself out when the knee is hitting its limit. Knees are not made of steel.

  3. uwsptke says: Feb 4, 2013 11:29 AM

    McMahon forgot to mention that he had two trips to New Orleans for Super Bowl week. The second time was less stressful, since he was just holding a clipboard for Brett Favre in January ’97.

  4. seacab1972 says: Feb 4, 2013 12:38 PM

    At least the fans on NFL.Com got it right. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson wound up winning the NFL.com rookie of the year award.

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