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Monday morning one-liners

Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields celebrates his fourth quarter interception against the Minnesota Vikings with teammate Tramon Williams during their NFL NFC wildcard playoff football game in Green Bay Reuters

Bills WR Robert Woods makes his first appearance on a football card.

Former Dolphins coach Don Shula lands in the third spot in ESPN.com’s list of the greatest coaches in NFL history.

Analytics helped land CB Logan Ryan a spot with the Patriots.

Jets RB Joe McKnight isn’t a total newcomer to the team’s new offensive scheme.

Ravens RB Ray Rice is having a more normal offseason this year.

Players and coaches from the Bengals will be part of a Taste of the NFL event at Paul Brown Stadium this week.

Browns WR Greg Little and S T.J. Ward will host a football camp in July.

Former members of the Steelers helped renovate the home of a Pennsylvania veteran who was wounded in Iraq.

Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins is a rookie on the spot in the AFC South.

Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson is being honored for his mental toughness.

The Jaguars are hosting a career fair for those interested in positions with the teams.

Titans LB Zach Brown said he enjoyed trying to prove Mike Mayock wrong during his rookie season.

Terry Frei of the Denver Post remembers a conversation with the late father of Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville.

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt says that it has been a “tremendous spring” for his team.

Raiders players spent the weekend working with more than 300 kids in Oakland.

Several former Chargers have made their way to Denver.

The Cowboys will be practicing special teams differently this season.

Previewing the Giants running backs ahead of their minicamp.

DL Clifton Geathers is trying to make a name for himself with the Eagles.

Catching up on the changes to the Redskins special teams.

Former Bears WR Rashied Davis is hosting a fundraiser to benefit an enrichment program designed for students struggling in the classroom.

Lions DT Ndamukong Suh says he’s impressed with how quickly DE Ziggy Ansah has been picking up the defense.

The Packers are working to get CB Tramon Williams playing at his highest level.

Rookie T Travis Bond looks like the favorite for the swing tackle job with the Vikings.

Pat Kirwan of CBSSports.com thinks the Falcons are headed back to the NFC Championship Game.

The Panthers hope their defensive line improvement helps them at cornerback as well.

Figuring out how their defensive pieces fit should keep the Saints busy this summer.

Buccaneers LB Dekoda Watson hopes to continue giving back to his hometown of Aiken, South Carolina.

A few reasons to believe QB Carson Palmer will thrive with the Cardinals.

Rams LB James Laurinaitis was booed for not wearing high heels at a “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event meant to raise awareness of domestic violence against women.

LB Nick Moody played special teams with zeal at Florida State and can do the same to earn a role with the 49ers as a rookie.

Wherever the Seahawks play Spencer Ware, he plans to be a “hard-nosed” player.

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2 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. samtheram says: Jun 10, 2013 8:45 AM

    Laurinaitis was hurt

  2. kahnsbushymustache says: Jun 10, 2013 12:26 PM

    Must really be the dead zone in the NFL when the only story you can come up with for the Jaguars is that they had a job fair to hire concession stand workers…

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