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Monday morning one-liners

Falcons tight end Gonzalez celebrates after a touchdown against the New York Giants in the first half at their NFL football game in Atlanta Reuters

We’re changing the format of one-liners this week to bring you a daily roundup of news from around the league during the negotiating window and into the start of free agency to make sure you don’t miss any of the significant developments.

Interest in Bills G Andy Levitre is growing around the league.

The Bills and QB Ryan Fitzpatrick are moving closer to a decision about his future.

The Dolphins are in the midst of a “paradigm shift” when it comes to free agency.

WR Mike Wallace and TE Jared Cook have each caught the eye of the Dolphins.

The Jets re-signed LB Josh Mauga and have interest in LB Victor Butler.

CB Darrelle Revissoap opera with the Jets isn’t showing any signs of stopping.

The Ravens want WR Anquan Boldin to take a $2 million pay cut, but QB Joe Flacco says Boldin should “stick to his guns.”

DL Wallace Gilberry and K Mike Nugent both re-signed with the Bengals.

The Browns and Colts are going to the mattresses over LB Paul Kruger.

The agent for former Steelers LB James Harrison sees nothing but great fits for his client.

The Broncos are interested in RB Rashard Mendenhall.

DE Elvis Dumervil’s future with the Broncos will come down to how much it will cost to replace him.

The Chiefs are working on a contract to retain DL Glenn Dorsey.

T Jared Gaither doesn’t appear to be on his way out of San Diego.

The Cowboys have more work to do to get under the cap.

DL Cullen Jenkins signed with the Giants.

The Eagles are expected to make an offer to WR Danny Amendola.

The Redskins agreed to a new contract with LS Nick Sundberg, but they aren’t pursuing T Eric Winston.

His experience with the Packers has made WR Greg Jennings fond of playing with good quarterbacks.

Vikings WR Percy Harvin might not find the suitors he’s interested in finding on the trade market.

Signs are pointing toward TE Tony Gonzalez’s return to the Falcons.

The Panthers would like T Jordan Gross to take a pay cut.

S Quintin Mikell and WR Brandon Gibson look ready to say goodbye to the Rams.

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. ridingwithnohandlebars says: Mar 11, 2013 9:56 AM

    I usually like the one-liners because it gives me articles outside of PFT, but all of these are just articles on your site that I have already read.

    JOSH ALPER: We told you right up front that we were doing things differently this week, sorry you missed the opening line of the post.

  2. 1pwrightt says: Mar 11, 2013 12:49 PM

    Did I miss something or did the Cardinals get left out for Monday one-liners? Does this tell you how bad we are ?

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