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Friday morning one-liners

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Things are moving at a faster tempo at Bills practices.

Would T Branden Albert be an upgrade over Jake Long for the Dolphins?

Veteran Patriots special teamer Matthew Slater addressed the team following the Boston Marathon bombings at coach Bill Belichick’s request.

Interesting reunions could be all over the Jets schedule next season.

Richmond S Cooper Taylor paid a visit to the Ravens.

The Bengals season could come down to a final month with games against three 2012 playoff teams.

Browns TE Jordan Cameron recognizes the big opportunity staring him in the face.

An impactful outside linebacker would be a nice addition for the Steelers in the draft.

Looking back on the history of Texans third round picks.

Said Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson, “I’m just not big on smoke screens. I feel like it takes your eye off the ball. Since I’ve started this process, I just don’t feel the need for cloak and dagger because I need to focus on my job. To start doing all that, sometimes by not doing anything, you trip people up.”

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew wants to get down to his college playing weight.

Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean thinks two road games to open the year will be tough for the Titans.

A new documentary looks back on the day Broncos exec John Elway was drafted by the Colts.

The Chiefs’ offensive line is in flux right now.

Said Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor, “You can tell from the guys he brought in. We don’t want guys, like coach says all the time, we don’t want guys that are about women, fast cars, cars. We don’t want any of that. It’s all about competing, being a team player first and loving the game of football. If you have guys like that in the same locker room and everybody has that same exact plan and sees it the same you can’t go wrong.”

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune looks at the Chargers schedule and admits no one knows whether it is a good or bad one.

The Cowboys released WR Donovan Kemp, who tore his ACL in camp last summer.

Giants CB Corey Webster says he’d vouch for LSU CB Tyrann Mathieu.

Is Florida DT Sharrif Floyd on the Eagles’ draft radar?

Help at wide receiver is a possibility for the Redskins in the second round.

Bears offensive line coach Aaron Kromer stressed the importance of quick throws in the offense.

Lions DT Nick Fairley’s offseason work has impressed teammate Stephen Tulloch.

The Packers may be pleased with the history of players selected with the 26th overall pick.

The Vikings have been bumped up to three night games after playing one in 2012.

Who might the Falcons look to trade up with in the first round?

Panthers G.M. Dave Gettleman likes “big hog mollies” on the offensive line.

The Saints have several choices available to them if they’re looking for a safety.

Examining why the Buccaneers are in need of cornerback help in the first place.

Said Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, “It’s fun to watch all the prognosticators change their mock drafts every two hours. As soon as somebody signs in free agency, it’s ‘oh, I have to do another mock draft.’ It’s the first thing I read every morning, to see what these guys are saying.”

Rams part owner and vice chairman Chip Rosenbloom is helping to produce a movie about an infamous Missouri murder case.

A look at what the 49ers might do on the defensive line in the draft.

Tony McDaniel will get the first chance to replace Alan Branch on the Seahakws defensive line.

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4 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. myeaglescantwin says: Apr 19, 2013 10:16 AM

    Have a good Friday everyone.
    Just under a week till draft day.

    Live life, and love it.

    AMERICA!

  2. p4hbiz says: Apr 19, 2013 11:25 AM

    Let’s Go Raiders!!

  3. joetoronto says: Apr 19, 2013 11:59 AM

    Said Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor, “You can tell from the guys he brought in. We don’t want guys, like coach says all the time, we don’t want guys that are about women, fast cars, cars. We don’t want any of that. It’s all about competing, being a team player first and loving the game of football. If you have guys like that in the same locker room and everybody has that same exact plan and sees it the same you can’t go wrong.”
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    Things will be very different in RaiderLand from now on, gotta love it. :)

  4. jprcox says: Apr 19, 2013 12:36 PM

    I think the biggest dumb move is Chiefs looking to get rid of a “good”, semi young, OT for a “could be great” OT – yet spending the #1 pick for that.

    Sign Albert to a long term deal. Trade down #1 for two 1st rounders, and maybe a 2nd or 3rd, and patch this team up.

    The small amount of play difference Joeckel will bring over Albert (perhaps) is not going to fix the team. Just the thought they are going to do what they seem to be indicating… is really really dumb.

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