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Sunday morning one-liners

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LB Bryan Scott helped the Bills put on a football clinic at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Saturday.

Dolphins DL Jared Odrick hosted his first charity golf event this weekend.

QB Ryan Mallett’s future holds some intrigue for the Patriots.

A look at how Jets rookie QB Geno Smith’s been spending his days this offseason.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh shares his reflections on Father’s Day.

Bengals DL Margus Hunt has a lot to learn about the game of football.

Davone Bess is the likeliest choice to start at receiver for the Browns during Josh Gordon’s suspension.

Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell says that he’s ready to be up to the task of pass blocking for Ben Roethlisberger.

Right tackle is an area of concern for Texans coach Gary Kubiak.

Breaking down the Colts roster on the way into training camp.

Former Jaguars OL Richard Collier, injured in a 2008 shooting, has taken up wheelchair basketball.

The Titans have some tough road trips ahead of them next season.

Broncos LB Von Miller took part in a “Football University” event for 200 young football players in the Denver area.

Football and the Chiefs came to Kansas City 50 years ago.

Said Raiders T Menelik Watson of the differences between Oakland and his hometown of Manchester, England, “It’s sunnier, I tell you that! Oakland is pretty rough and it’s got its reputation. In that sense it’s similar to Longsight. You just be careful where you go, be careful what you do, always know your surroundings and where you are and you’ll be fine!”

Former Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson hosted a 5K run to benefit his Touching Lives foundation.

Will the Cowboys run the ball more often in 2013?

With WR Victor Cruz signing his tender, it’s time to recap the Giants offseason.

Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer calls T Jason Petersarrest a test for Eagles coach Chip Kelly.

Redskins WR Josh Morgan wants to give back to his hometown of Washington, D.C.

It doesn’t look like a return to the Bears is in the cards for DL Israel Idonije.

A vote against an extension for Lions QB Matthew Stafford before the season.

Former Packers WR Donald Driver had a street named after him in Green Bay.

Vikings C John Sullivan isn’t sure if he’ll be ready to go at the start of camp.

Falcons players and coaches got a taste of tailgating at a grilling event on Saturday.

Said Panthers G.M. Dave Gettleman of LB Chase Blackburn and WR Domenik Hixon, “They know what it takes. They’ve been through the wars, and they’ve shown the consistency in their careers that most guys don’t have.”

Saints QB Luke McCown will become a father for the sixth time.

Urgency is a buzzword for the Buccaneers and QB Josh Freeman.

There’s an “Accountability Sheet” recounting mental errors made by Cardinals players in a team meeting room.

Said Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer of his young offense, “If they weren’t working so hard, if they were struggling a little bit mentally — which I’m sure they’ll have their days — I’d probably be a little bit nervous. But they’re doing really well.”

TE Vance McDonald looked good at 49ers practices this spring.

The Seahawks like what they’ve seen from their rookie defensive linemen.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. goraidersgospurs says: Jun 16, 2013 12:39 PM

    Said Raiders T Menelik Watson of the differences between Oakland and his hometown of Manchester, England, “It’s sunnier, I tell you that! Oakland is pretty rough and it’s got its reputation. In that sense it’s similar to Longsight. You just be careful where you go, be careful what you do, always know your surroundings and where you are and you’ll be fine!”

    To bad Rolando was not this smart!!!

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