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Friday morning one-liners

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The Dolphins signed Vaughn Martin before he could visit the Seahawks.

Fifty years ago Thursday marked an important date in Jets history.

Patriots OT Sebastian Vollmer, per the Boston Herald, feels “really good now” as he recovers from knee surgery.

The Bills are partnering with a blood- and organ-donation group.

Ravens WR  Torrey Smith and the Lombardi Trophy visited the Maryland General Assembly.

Will the Steelers add a safety in the draft?

If the Bengals add a rookie passer, will it be on the draft’s second or third day?

South Carolina S D.J. Swearinger will take a pre-draft visit to Cleveland.

A former Indianapolis radio personality now has a sales position with the Colts.

Is Ryan Fitzpatrick an upgrade over Matt Hasselbeck for the Titans?

Friday marks the second day of CB Mike Jenkinsvisit with the Jaguars.

Texans DE  J.J. Watt has had a busy offseason but has budgeted time for his work.

The Raiders can still designate one player for a post-June 1 release.

New Chiefs assistant Brad Childress wasn’t immediately released from his Browns contract after the season.

Here’s one take on some of the worst Chargers’ free-agent signings of all time.

Here’s a look at how the Broncos are building now and for the long term.

The Cowboys could be a fit for Micheal Spurlock.

Former Giants S Shaun Williams has taken a step forward in his collegiate coaching career.

As Bobby Beathard recalls it, the late Jack Kent Cooke was not very happy when the Redskins lost the first five games of Joe Gibbs‘ initial run as Washington’s coach.

New Eagles head coach Chip Kelly is reassigning lockers.

Recently retired Packers C Jeff Saturday will receive the Call To Courage Award in Buffalo.

Several of the Bears’ recent signings have been salary-cap friendly.

How does second-year Lions OT Riley Reiff stack up with some of the top tackles in the 2013 draft?

There’s some belief the Vikings’ new uniforms could be old-school.

New Falcons DE Osi Umenyiora will work again with a former defensive coordinator in Atlanta.

Comfort with the Saints’ organization was a key factor in Victor Butler’s decision to sign.

The Buccaneers have signed Demar Dotson to a pair of new contracts in the span of a year.

Panthers WR Steve Smith shared his impressions of his USO trip to Afghanistan.

Safety tops the 49ers’ draft needs for a team that doesn’t have many.

Here’s a look at the job market for some recently released Arizona Cardinals.

Rams OLT Jake Long quickly felt at “home” in St. Louis.

Former Seahawks LB Aaron Curry, now a free agent, is serving as a volunteer assistant coach at Charlotte and recovering from a knee injury.

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4 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. dixon29 says: Mar 29, 2013 10:51 AM

    If Brad Childress won two NFC Central Championships… Who won the North those years? It is called proofreading folks and it is taught in 3rd grade.

  2. zilla1126 says: Mar 29, 2013 10:53 AM

    So, I guess good sense and decency won out and you guys stopped the incestuous practice of linking to your own posts. Thank god. This “feature” may actually become worth reading again.

  3. rogeremeka says: Mar 29, 2013 12:44 PM

    Thank goodness. The current rendition of Vikings jerseys are an abomination.

  4. patriotenvy says: Mar 29, 2013 5:41 PM

    I’m happy Vollmer is happy. Sounds like a good deal for both sides and a good attitude by him.

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