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Sunday morning one-liners

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The Bills have spoken with the agent for WR David Nelson, who can be a restricted free agent.

Jared Odrick will shed 20 pounds if the Dolphins keep him at defensive end.

If the Patriots want a pass rusher in the draft, they should have a chance to grab one early.

The Jets could be shopping for players in the $1-2 million range in free agency.

Ravens S Ed Reed will be covering the Oscars red carpet for the NFL Network.

Will the Bengals look for a developmental quarterback?

Browns CEO Joe Banner said it is still up in the air whether it was a good move to draft WR Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft.

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has never heard one anonymous comment lead to as much soul-searching as the one about Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley.

Players who spent their college days near Houston are excited about the possibility of playing for the Texans.

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said it’s hard to lose Bruce Arians, but he thinks Arians will succeed in Arizona.

The Jaguars are looking for a LEO to come off the edge of their defense.

Virginia Tech WR Corey Fuller is hoping to follow his brother, former Titans S Vincent Fuller, into the NFL.

Looking back at how the Broncos landed QB Peyton Manning.

Chiefs assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung helped put the offensive linemen through their paces at the combine.

The Raiders expect to move Michael Huff back to safety next season.

Could Oklahoma T Lane Johnson’s combine performance push him out of reach for the Chargers?

Sean Lee will get first crack at middle linebacker with the Cowboys.

Giants G.M. Jerry Reese recently spoke with DE Justin Tuck about Tuck’s desire to rebound from his disappointing 2012 season.

A look at some pass rushing options for the Eagles in the draft.

TE Fred Davisuncertain role in the Redskins offseason.

Evan Rodriguez will find out if the Bears see him as a fullback or a tight end this offseason.

The Lions might be drafting a punter this year.

Said Packers coach Mike McCarthy, “To me, when you’re working somewhere like Green Bay, you have to fight complacency and entitlement. I think entitlement is bigger in our society today than 10 years ago, let alone in our business. I find myself recreating every year. It’s something I spend a lot of time on and read and research.”

The Vikings are still working to find a special teams assistant.

Notre Dame TE Tyler Eifert might interest the Falcons.

Said Tennessee WR Cordarrelle Patterson, “When I was little, I always thought about playing for the Panthers,” Patterson said. “My mama talks about that all the time. If I could be that close to home, I know she’d be at every game.”

With the switch to a 3-4 defense, the Saints could be looking for collegiate defensive ends switching positions to outside linebacker.

There were a lot of explanations for the Buccaneers’ defensive struggles last season.

There aren’t many limits on what CB Patrick Peterson will do for the Cardinals in 2013.

Bemoaning the lack of playmakers with the Rams.

The 49ers have spoken with Cal WR Keenan Allen.

The Seahawks have shown interest in and spoken to UCLA DE Datone Jones.

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4 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. heybeerman95 says: Feb 24, 2013 8:49 AM

    Nothing aganist Ed Reed but why the hell is the NFL Network sending someone to cover the Oscars? I sure a TON of NFL fans will be tuning in to see that.

  2. couldntthinkofaname says: Feb 24, 2013 9:38 AM

    St. Louis DOES need playmakers. They’re fifteen season ticket holders agree.

  3. thejuddstir says: Feb 24, 2013 11:09 AM

    @McCarthy, in GB entitlement equates to welfare

  4. Deb says: Feb 24, 2013 1:51 PM

    Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has never heard one anonymous comment lead to as much soul-searching as the one about Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley.

    Did Ed Bouchette actually hear that anonymous comment?

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