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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Canisius High School in Upstate New York is adding two great players in Tyrone Wheatley Jr. and Terius Wheatley, the sons of new Bills assistant Tyrone Wheatley.

The Dolphins’ cheerleaders have performed their own version of a Taylor Swift song.

The Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremonies for Tedy Bruschi and Gil Santos will take place on July 29.

Jets C Nick Mangold is continuing his leadership role on the offensive line.

Here’s a look at the Ravens’ offseason in pictures.

Will Hard Knocks be a distraction for the Bengals? Data from other sports teams that have done reality shows demonstrates that it typically doesn’t have much of an effect.

Do the Browns have a Plan B after Bon Jovi canceled a scheduled Cleveland concert?

Fans can go on a Steelers-themed cruise in March of 2014.

The Texans want players staying in shape for the month off before training camp, and they’re particularly concerned about offensive linemen and wide receivers not putting on any extra pounds.

The Colts’ cheerleaders have shot their annual swimsuit calendar.

The Jacksonville City Council is unhappy with the city’s chief attorney for, among other things, the way she previously interpreted the Jaguars’ lease with the city.

The Titans welcomed nearly 200 soldiers from Ft. Campbell to the team’s first day of minicamp.

The offensive line may be an area of concern for the Broncos.

Rookie TE Travis Kelce appears to be a good fit in the Chiefs’ offense.

Raiders RB Darren McFadden needs just 17 yards to become one of the Top 10 rushers in team history.

The Chargers are raising awareness for foster children and adoption.

Cowboys RB Phillip Tanner is losing weight and getting in better shape to make himself a better fit in the offense in Dallas.

Giants fans may not be happy to learn that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie confessed on Tuesday that he’s not a Giants fan, or a Jets fan, but a Cowboys fan.

Said Eagles rookie TE Zach Ertz of having to miss offseason work because Stanford was still in school, “I think I missed a lot. The reps are invaluable. . . . But I couldn’t do anything about it, so I didn’t really stress over it too much. I was in the playbook a lot, studied as much as I could. So I basically made the most of what I could.”

June 20 will be Josh Morgan Day in Washington, D.C.

Offensive line will be the most important position to watch at the Bears’ training camp.

The Lions need players to show maturity during the month off before training camp.

The Packers think offseason team-building activities are important.

Vikings FB Jerome Felton says he’s focusing on being a great player.

Falcons DE Osi Umenyiora has impressed WR Julio Jones by showing up to work out early every day.

Here’s a look at the surprises from the Panthers’ offseason work.

Saints OT Jason Smith wants to show he wasn’t a draft bust.

The Buccaneers have donated Warren Sapp memorabilia to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says LB Daryl Washington is “walking a very thin line” after his offseason issues.

The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission paid $2 million to the Rams to cover the team’s legal fees for a dispute over upgrades to the Edward Jones Dome.

Seahawks S Earl Thomas says all the focus in Seattle is on getting better every day.

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick urged young athletes to chase their dreams at a charity appearance.

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3 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. tlmoon2112 says: Jun 19, 2013 8:32 AM

    Jets are going to be paying for Tebow for years….not necessarily financially but if they didnt have a curse on them before him they do now.

  2. floratiotime says: Jun 19, 2013 8:59 AM

    I thought Jesus was all about forgiveness? Guess not huh.

  3. possumsauce says: Jun 19, 2013 11:13 AM

    No, only the biblical Jesus was all about forgiveness, mercy, all-encompassing compassion, generosity, etc. The Jesus that lives in the heart of most present-day Americans is all about zero-sum thinking, beggar-thy-neighbor economic policies, base demagoguery, blind NIMBYism, retribution at any cost and the need to be a judgmental hypocrite at every possible turn.

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