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Sunday morning one-liners

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Bills fan Marc LaFlamme didn’t let a cancer diagnosis get in the way of running a 5K that ended on the field at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Said Dolphins WR Mike Wallace of the team’s offense, “It’s so up-tempo, so fast-paced. You’ve just got to get used to it. Catch your breath and stay locked in.”

An argument that LB Brandon Spikes skipping Patriots OTAs is no big deal.

George Willis of the New York Post thinks the Jets should give the starting quarterback job to Mark Sanchez.

Replacing WR Anquan Boldin looms as one of the biggest questions for the Ravens.

Bengals DE Michael Johnson spent some time taking classes at Georgia Tech this offseason.

S Johnson Bademosi could challenge for a starting job with the Browns.

Several future head coaches worked under former Steelers coach Chuck Noll.

Catching up with Texans LB Daryl Sharpton about the pace of the team’s offseason work.

Pat Kirwan of CBSSports.com thinks Colts WR Reggie Wayne is close to having a Hall of Fame resume.

There aren’t many holdovers in the Jaguars secondary and those that remain from 2012 are ready to compete for jobs.

Titans rookie WR Justin Hunter is getting as much advice from veterans as possible.

Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post thinks Broncos T Ryan Clady should focus on his health and not his contract.

Throwing to the tight ends appears to be a big part of the Chiefs offense.

Several members of the Raiders organization watched Tim Brown get inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.

There was a public memorial service in San Diego Saturday for former Chargers RB Chuck Muncie.

Gil Brandt of NFL.com thinks the Cowboys will win the NFC East this year.

Ken Norton Jr. coached LB Aaron Curry with the Seahawks and he thinks Curry can make an impact for the Giants this year.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly won’t be micromanaging the team’s defense.

Redskins S Brandon Meriweather is still shooting for a return at the start of camp.

Don Banks of SI.com takes a look at the legacies of former Bears LB Brian Urlacher and former Ravens LB Ray Lewis.

The Lions are less experienced and more athletic on the offensive line.

The Packers are looking for last year’s rookies to step into bigger roles in 2013.

Making the argument for Vikings S Harrison Smith as a breakout candidate.

Playing the waiting game with Falcons QB Matt Ryan’s next contract.

Panthers WR Steve Smith thinks LB Luke Kuechly has become the leader of the defense.

CB Keenan Lewis‘ mother put pressure on him to sign with the hometown Saints.

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy got into a minor car accident on his way to throw out the first pitch at a Rays game.

Cardinals S Yeremiah Bell didn’t follow a direct path to the NFL.

The Rams have done a lot of work to put QB Sam Bradford in a position to succeed.

The 49ers might miss WR Michael Crabtree the most on third downs.

Will Seahawks WR Percy Harvin have a better season than Packers WR Randall Cobb?

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. raiders757 says: May 26, 2013 6:14 PM

    “Throwing to the tight ends appears to be a big part of the Chiefs offense.”

    This should read “Checking down will be the extent of the Chief’s passing game”.

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