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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Justin Rogers has quickly become one of the most-experienced Bills cornerbacks.

Can the Dolphins challenge for the AFC East title?

Breaking down the Patriots roster by age gives you an average of 25.3 years old across the roster.

Former NFL G.M. Ted Sundquist says that Jets G.M. John Idzik needs to forge an identity for the organization.

Ravens S Michael Huff wants to keep the strong defensive tradition rolling.

Former Bengals DB Artrell Hawkins on the best pass he’s ever seen Andy Dalton throw.

If QB Brandon Weeden can throw the deep ball as well as he hits a golf ball, the Browns offense should be in good shape.

Steelers WR Plaxico Burress‘ wife has added designing maternity clothes to her work as an attorney.

The Texans website takes issue with those who think May practices aren’t terribly significant.

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton is trying to build on a strong rookie season.

The Jaguars are undecided on whether to keep two or three quarterbacks on the final roster.

Titans FB Colin Mooney remembered his West Point roommate Dimitri del Castillo, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2011, on Monday.

There’s not much chance the Broncos revisit a possible deal with DE John Abraham.

A look back at how well the Chiefs and the rest of the AFL did attendance-wise in the early years of the league.

Some Memorial Day messages from members of the Raiders organization.

A look back at what the Chargers have accomplished during OTAs thus far.

History says RB Joseph Randle could help the Cowboys as a rookie.

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks isn’t showing much urgency when it comes to negotiating a new contract.

Former Eagles assistant coach Kory David has been hired as the defensive coordinator at King’s College.

Said Redskins coach Mike Shanahan of LB Brian Orakpo, “He’s had no setback at all. He’s been going full speed over the last four weeks. He looks as good as ever. Right now, you can tell it’s completely healed and we’ll keep our fingers crossed that there’s no setback.”

Durability could be a facet of the Bears offensive line for the first time in a long time.

Lions T Jason Fox is healthy and ready to fight for a starting job.

Packers WR Jeremy Ross is trying to move past his muffed punt from last year’s playoff loss.

Judd Zulgad of 1500ESPN.com thinks this will be DE Jared Allen’s final season with the Vikings.

If WR Roddy White catches six touchdowns next season he will be the Falcons’ all-time leader in that statistic.

There’s no need to add any running backs to the Panthers roster.

It was a winding road to the NFL for Saints rookie T Terron Armstead.

A few position battles to watch with the Buccaneers this summer.

The Cardinals offense has been practicing specific game situations.

Rams WR Chris Givens has added muscle to his frame this offseason.

Nate Montana made another appearance at a workout for 49ers rookies.

John Clayton of ESPN thinks Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch’s production could drop in 2013.

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. larryboodry says: May 28, 2013 3:56 PM

    These are the five guys I’d like to see start all 16-games on the Bears o-line:

    Bushrod, Slauson, Lonergan, Long, Mills

    I realize that leaves three rookies starting, but I would just as soon not have any holdovers from last year being allowed to start.

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