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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills coach Doug Marrone paid a visit to the site of the team’s training camp on Monday.

Flight troubles kept LB Dannell Ellerbe from joining his Dolphins teammates at Monday’s practice.

The Patriots signed OL R.J. Mattes for the second time this offseason.

Jets LB Antwan Barnes is looking to turn the clock back to 2011.

So far, so good for S Michael Huff’s transition to the Ravens defense.

Bengals CB Leon Hall has stepped up his workload.

RB Trent Richardson’s health is a major question for the Browns.

Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley is urging Pittsburgh residents who witness crimes to report them to the police.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak is giving his team a lot to handle to see what they’re capable of handling.

Surviving a battle with cancer has led Colts coach Chuck Pagano to adopt a new style around the team.

An SUV driven by former Jaguars LB Brian Iwuh crashed into a fire truck in Houston.

OL Rob Turner likes competing for a job with the Titans.

There may be some Mike Martz influence to the Broncos offense this season.

RB Jamaal Charles will be lining up in various spots for the Chiefs offense.

Said Raiders QB Matt Flynn, “Everybody has a different leadership style. If you’re going to become a leader, you need to find that niche, how you fit into the system, fit into guys in the locker room, and just go accordingly It’s something you feel out as you work with the guys and are around them.”

Chargers T Max Starks is looking forward to blocking for QB Philip Rivers.

Will G David Arkin get on the field for the Cowboys this year?

The Giants filled an open roster spot by signing WR Keith Carlos.

Eagles CB Bradley Fletcher is eager to get to the contact portion of offseason practices.

The Redskins have one of the older starting lineups in the NFL.

Former Bears DB/KR Ron Smith died at the age of 70.

The softball rivalry between Lions WR Nate Burleson and LB Stephen Tulloch rages on.

Forcing fumbles is all the rage for the Packers defense.

Vikings WR Cordarrelle Patterson worked the camera while members of the team helped build a playground.

Falcons coach Mike Smith is one of the longest-tenured coaches in the NFL.

Panthers LB Luke Kuechly and QB Cam Newton are pushing each other to keep improving.

The Saints minicamp will be open to the public this week.

Nelson Luis is the new Director of Communications for the Buccaneers.

Cardinals G Daryn Colledge says switching sides on the line isn’t a big deal.

Warren Sapp shared some memories of the late Rams icon Deacon Jones.

49ers WR Michael Crabtree had the stitches from the surgery to repair his Achilles removed.

Brady Quinn feels prepared to take on the role as the backup quarterback for the Seahawks.

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1 Response to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. marima07 says: Jun 4, 2013 9:19 AM

    If I were Jets LB Antwan Barnes (or any NYJ player), I’d be looking to skip over 2012 too.

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