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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Add former Arizona QB Matt Scott to the list of passers who have visited the Bills.

The Dolphins are heading into the draft with plans to upgrade the offensive line.

Former Tennessee WR Justin Hunter could be a target of the Patriots in the draft.

The Jets are expected to bring in former Tennessee WR Cordarrelle Patterson for a pre-draft visit this week.

The Ravens are partnering with Habitat for Humanity to build row houses in Baltimore.

The Bengals have meetings with free agent LB Akeem Jordan and TE Alex Smith.

Former Alabama CB Dee Milliner says if the Browns draft him, they’ll be playoff contenders.

Said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin of joining the Competition Committee, “I am humbled and honored to be selected.”

The Texans offered a contract to free agent WR Mohamed Massaquoi, but he chose the Jaguars instead.

Said Massaquoi of arriving in Jacksonville, “It’s exciting to get a fresh start. You can’t always control where you start but when you get a fresh opportunity, you want to take advantage of it. And I feel that way about this situation.”

Looking back on past drafts, the Colts did a wise thing when they selected LT Tarik Glenn the year before they got QB Peyton Manning.

The Titans are letting fans vote on their 15th anniversary logo.

Says one Broncos season ticket holder of the atmosphere at games, “You can’t take your wife and children to a game without being exposed to drunken, F-bomb- throwing behavior that, if confronted by somebody, will lead to vocal abuse, taunting, intimidation and in some cases physical confrontation.”

Would the Chiefs really consider spending the first overall pick in the draft on a guard?

The Raiders’ secondary is getting deeper.

Former Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o is expected to visit the Chargers.

Local draft prospects will visit the Cowboys today.

Here’s a look at some of the draft prospects who have visited the Giants.

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson’s punt return touchdown against the Giants was voted the greatest play in NFL history, apparently by people who have never heard of the Immaculate Reception.

The Redskins are currently only about $30,000 under the salary cap.

Bears WR Brandon Marshall says he’s in love with the team’s new offensive playbook.

The Lions are bringing in Texas Tech S Cody Davis for a pre-draft visit.

Former LSU S Eric Reid may be an option for the Packers in the first round of the draft.

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson and LB Chad Greenway went to the Nike headquarters for a sneak preview of the team’s new uniforms.

Former Falcons TE Greg McCrary died on Tuesday.

Said Panthers LB Jon Beason of playing with Luke Kuechly, “He can help you win a championship. . . . He’s an unbelievable talent.”

Who will the starters be in the Saints’ secondary?

The Bucs may be looking to draft a mid-round quarterback.

The Cardinals’ website is taking a look at the team’s cheerleader auditions.

The Rams have conducted 21 of their 30 pre-draft visits.

San Francisco LG Mike Iupati may be the next player to get a contract extension.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has welcomed Brady Quinn to the team as his new backup.

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3 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. fortphiladamsterdam says: Apr 10, 2013 9:31 AM

    I’ve heard of the Immaculate Reception. The difference is that DeSean actually ran for that touchdown, whereas Franco Harris did not.

  2. jayhawk6 says: Apr 10, 2013 9:45 AM

    “You can’t take your wife and children to a game without being exposed to drunken, F-bomb- throwing behavior that, if confronted by somebody, will lead to vocal abuse, taunting, intimidation and in some cases physical confrontation.”

    How does this make Denver’s game day experience different from the other 31?

    BTW, before they start planning to make things “family friendly”, they need to make ticket prices “family feasible”.

  3. yssupasigninnamnotyep says: Apr 10, 2013 10:43 AM

    I have been to games both in Denver and in Oakland. Everyone thinks that Oakland fans are the worst because of the Black Hole, but there is nothing further from the truth.

    Denver fans are the most foul-mouthed, obnoxious, ignorant fans by far. They have absolutely no clue about the game being played and just go to games to be seen and get drunk.

    I will never step foot in that stadium again.

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