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Sunday morning one-liners

Marvin Lewis, Paul Guenther AP

The Bills have fan clubs all over the world.

Dolphins DE/LB Dion Jordan still carries the scars from an explosion that left him with second and third degree burns in 2007.

A look at the numbers given to rookie members of the Patriots.

How will the snaps actually shake out in the Jets’ quarterback competition?

DT Brandon Williams plans to make an immediate impact on the Ravens.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has enjoyed visiting college campuses to scout draft prospects in recent years.

Browns OL Garrett Gilkey overcame being bullied as a child on his way to the NFL.

Said Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley, “My thing was during the season when I hurt my ankle, I said that I wanted to come back stronger next year. Some injuries you can’t predict or avoid, but, during the season, I said this offseason I’d be determined to get after it.”

Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com isn’t sure the Texans’ selection of DE Sam Montgomery is going to work out.

Colts LB Bjoern Werner has gone from watching Robert Mathis on video to playing with him.

QB Matt Scott sprained his ankle at Jaguars minicamp.

RB Jalen Parmelee visited with the Titans last week.

Broncos DE Quanterus Smith first caught scouts’ attention with a big game against Alabama.

Can all still be well between the Chiefs and T Branden Albert?

Don Banks of SI.com likes what Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie has been up to this offseason.

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune wonders why San Diego is trying to get the Olympics when they can’t get the Chargers a new stadium.

Some praise for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ work in building Cowboys Stadium.

A look at what the Giants front office is saying about S Cooper Taylor.

Is G Danny Watkins on his way out with the Eagles?

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III popped up during coverage of the Kentucky Derby.

The Bears’ draft picks measure up well.

There’s going to be a lot of competition on the right side of the Lions offensive line.

A look at how DE Datone Jones made it from Compton to the Packers.

Former Vikings OL Curtis Rouse died at the age of 52.

Falcons cornerbacks Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford will be closely linked after being drafted a round apart.

The Panthers are banking on CB Drayton Florence’s experience.

Saints S Malcolm Jenkins feels like he’s up for the challenges in front of him.

Coaches have big plans for Buccaneers DT Akeem Spence.

The Cardinals have gotten younger this offseason.

It hasn’t been easy for the Rams to try to keep pace in the NFC West.

Jaguar is hoping that 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick can sell some cars.

WR Chris Harper had spent time in the Pacific Northwest before getting drafted by the Seahawks.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. evilmajortom says: May 5, 2013 10:15 AM

    “Bill have fan clubs all over the world.” They must all be in the third world where according to everyone’s t-shirt they won 4 SuperBowls in the 90’s.

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