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Friday morning one-liners

Brett Keisel, C.J. Wilson AP

Catching up with former Bills CB Marlon Kerner.

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill didn’t go to medical school, but he is an honorary physician at a Miami hospital.

Mark Mangino coached Patriots CB Aqib Talib in college and says the player has the proper work ethic.

Gary Myers of the New York Daily News won’t be shedding any tears over LB Bart Scott’s departure from the Jets.

The Ravens are optimistic that LB Jameel McClain will make a full recovery from a spinal injury.

Expect attention to be paid to the running game by the Bengals this offseason.

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam wants to improve the quality of cell phone service at Browns Stadium.

Steelers DE Brett Keisel shaved his beard for charity a third time.

Texans owner Bob McNair wants to see everyone on the team step up next season.

Making the playoffs didn’t make the Colts’ schedule all that hard in 2013.

Some praise for new Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch’s grasp of the game.

A call for Titans assistant Gregg Williams to lose the bounties while keeping his edge.

The Broncos are cooking up their offseason strategies.

A look at the drafting history of the Chiefs brain trust.

The Raiders tell you everything you need to know about the scouting combine.

Mock drafts are pointing the Chargers toward an offensive lineman in the first round.

Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson could fit what the Cowboys are looking for in the draft.

The Giants are expected to make a bid to re-sign TE Martellus Bennett.

Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer calls new Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis a roll of the dice.

More on the price hike on Redskins tickets in the coming season.

Rusty Jones was an innovator during his long career as the Bears’ strength and conditioning coach.

C Dominic Raiola’s spot on the Lions roster isn’t looking too secure.

Former Packers G Jerry Kramer has made his peace with not getting into the Hall of Fame.

The Vikings are getting closer to finding a construction manager for their new stadium.

Bill Polian thinks highly of Falcons CB Brent Grimes and S William Moore.

The Panthers have become part of WR Brandon LaFell’s child support case.

NFL.com calls Saints QB Drew Brees‘ touchdown to break the record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass was one of the year’s most memorable moments.

Buccaneers T Donald Penn doesn’t like the criticism of QB Josh Freeman.

Said Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, “I’m not a statistics guy, where a defense is ranked, where an offense is ranked. I only care about wins and losses. Yes we want the number one defense in the league. But is that yards? No. We want the best third-down defense, the best red-zone defense, the best two-minute defense. I don’t really care about yards. I think that’s a bogus stat.”

New Rams linebackers coach Frank Bush liked what he saw of Jo-Lonn Dunbar on tape.

Expectations are that WR Mario Manningham will miss a good chunk of 49ers training camp as he recovers from a torn ACL.

John Clayton of ESPN thinks the Seahawks would be a logical landing spot for DE Dwight Freeney.

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5 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. dynaco says: Feb 8, 2013 9:38 AM

    So Myers let it be known he too was picked last in dodgeball.

  2. clownsfan says: Feb 8, 2013 11:17 AM

    Haslam needs to focus improving the quality of football played at the stadium.

  3. chawk12thman says: Feb 8, 2013 2:45 PM

    Clayton is correct that Freeney would be a good fit for the current Seahawk defense. They would still draft DE for the long term.

  4. mrphatal says: Feb 8, 2013 2:57 PM

    The Panthers have become part of WR Brandon LaFell’s child support case.:

    More proof that players cant handle their money or responsibilities.

  5. mrphatal says: Feb 8, 2013 2:59 PM

    Mock drafts are pointing the Chargers toward an offensive lineman in the first round:

    Will that stop the QB from Choking in big games?

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