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Tuesday morning one-liners

St. Louis Rams new tight end Jared Cook expresses excitement about future AP

The Bills will be looking for tight ends in the draft.

DT Randy Starks didn’t join his Dolphins teammates at the start of voluntary workouts.

Tedy Bruschi, Chuck Fairbanks and Leon Gray are finalists in the voting for the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson says coach Rex Ryan told the team they need to be more physical.

The Baltimore Sun thinks FB Vonta Leach should be nervous about his roster spot.

Bengals WR A.J. Green said that he and QB Andy Dalton need to work on the deep ball.

Browns G Jason Pinkston has been medically cleared to resume his career, but isn’t expected to participate in the team’s minicamp this week.

Steelers LB Jason Worilds shares his memories of being on Virginia Tech’s campus when a gunman opened fire on the sixth anniversary of that dark day.

New videoboards are expected to be up and running at Reliant Stadium for the Texans’ first preseason game.

The Colts announced that exclusive rights free agent CB Josh Gordy signed his tender.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said nothing should be read into quarterback reps at this week’s minicamp.

S Bernard Pollard wants to talk about the Titans, not the Ravens.

CB Champ Bailey thinks the Broncos are well positioned to deal with Elvis Dumervil’s departure.

Said Chiefs QB Alex Smith of the Chiefs starting minicamp, “You have to treat every day like a sprint, work as hard as you can to get better each and every day and keep stacking days together.”

The Raiders signed OL Alex Parsons, CB Brandian Ross and RB Jeremy Stewart, all of whom were exclusive rights free agents.

LB Jonas Mouton wants to be a contributor to the Chargers in 2013.

High hopes for Dwayne Harris and Cole Beasley probably won’t stop the Cowboys from drafting a wide receiver.

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks credited working with QB Eli Manning at Duke for helping him feel better about the state of his knee.

A look at the five best and five worst Eagles draft picks of all time.

Redskins players were excited to get back to work on Monday.

S Tom Zbikowski is happy to be back playing in his hometown for the Bears.

Michigan State DE William Gholston was among the pre-draft visitors to the Lions on Monday.

The Packers are set to spend more in workout bonuses than any other team.

Vikings WR Jerome Simpson probably won’t be leaving his sneakers on the porch anymore.

Said Falcons CB Asante Samuel, “I love Atlanta. I’ve got nothing but love for Atlanta. The fans are loyal fans. They’re die-hard fans. They support their team with the most support. They just want to go out and watch good games and see their team win.”

QB Cam Newton and LB Luke Kuechly both put school on hold to report for Panthers workouts.

The Saints probably aren’t looking for a guard or center early in the draft.

CB Eric Wright missed the start of Buccaneers voluntary workouts after his wife gave birth to their daughter on Sunday.

Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic looks at the chance that the Cardinals draft a tackle in the first round.

Said Rams coach Jeff Fisher, “Our big thing is that we finished the season healthy. There are very few issues that we’re dealing with right now.”

The 49ers’ starting offensive line could be in place for a good, long while.

Movement tests greeted the Seahawks in their return to work.

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5 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. gnorules says: Apr 16, 2013 8:22 AM

    Thank you for putting up a story to remember the shooting at Virginia Tech. It’s a very difficult day to remember, but one that every Hokie will hold deep inside for the rest of their lives. 32 lost lives, but never forgotten.

    WE ARE VIRGINIA TECH!!

  2. Pat says: Apr 16, 2013 8:25 AM

    This “Best/Worst” Eagles draft pick of all time article is horrendous. McNabb is on there both times. They also don’t think Chuck Benarik was the 1st overall pick.

  3. axespray says: Apr 16, 2013 8:27 AM

    Said Falcons CB Asante Samuel, “The fans are loyal fans. They’re die-hard fans. They support their team with the most support.”
    ———————————–
    Unless the game is out of hand at half time and the stadium is taken over by traveling Packer fans.

  4. officialgame says: Apr 16, 2013 9:31 AM

    You would think they would have found a better picture of the Skins workout? They look like a marching band gone bad.

  5. melkipershero says: Apr 16, 2013 4:41 PM

    VT shooting was 6 years ago? Whoa.

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