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Thursday morning one-liners


The Bills kick off a countdown of questions by wondering who will punt (how often he’ll have to is a better one).

The Dolphins indoor facility was used by 600 kids at a football camp.

The Patriots new logo will also be displayed in the end zones at Gillette Stadium.

Jets owner Woody Johnson’s latest political foray is hosting a dinner for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

The Ravens website is boasting about how quiet it is (which is usually a good way to jinx it).

Former Bengals DE Roosevelt Nix was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop.

At least one analyst thinks Browns QB Brandon Weeden will be “rock solid” in Norv Turner’s offense.

The Steelers, like much of the rest of the country, will be blowing some stuff up tonight.

A look at the Texans’ overrated and underrated offseason additions.

Colts TE Coby Fleener could be in position to have a big season.

The Jaguars are trying to spruce up some upper deck seats by re-branding them “The Jungle.”

Could this be Titans WR Kenny Britt’s last chance to show he’s elite?

A look back at how the Broncos and the AFL shaped the current NFL.

The first thing the Chiefs have to do to make the playoffs this year is improve their defense.

Taking a look at which current Raiders could fit into the practice squad picture for this season.

Chargers FB Le’Ron McClain talked about his path to the pros.

Former Cowboys WR Drew Pearson thinks his old team will be playing in the Super Bowl.

The Giants will enter training camp with a lot of questions on defense.

Eagles CB Jordan Poyer has made a good early impression.

Rush Limbaugh has weighed in on the Redskins name.

Former Bears DT Tommie Harris is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to help raise money for clean water projects.

Lions S Glover Quin continues to give back to his hometown in Mississippi.

The number of Packers players entering contract years could point to a hungry team.

The Vikings still have another year left in the Metrodome, but the venerable building hosted its final baseball game this week.

The Falcons have some interesting competition for DT spots this season.

A bracket to decide the most underrated Panthers player (but does the winner thus become rated?).

The Saints announced a few moves in the scouting department.

Some Bucs rookies spent time hanging out with kids at a YMCA afterschool program.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald will have his jersey retired at the University of Pittsburgh.

Rams rookie WR Tavon Austin had to explain to his bosses why he’s following strippers on Twitter.

There’s still no word on possible charges for 49ers LB Ahmad Brooks.

Seahawks WR Charly Martin returned home for his annual football camp.

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7 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. phinfan says: Jul 4, 2013 9:46 AM

    So the patriots new logo is a curse?

  2. purplepillager says: Jul 4, 2013 10:16 AM

    Not a big Rush Limbaugh fan but he is spot on with his viewpoint concerning the Redskin name.

  3. titaniksigh says: Jul 4, 2013 10:55 AM

    Hosting a dinner for Jeb Bush is like saying you got Bo Bice’s brother to sing at your party.

    Kenny Britt already is elite… riding the bike on the sideline.

    Rush Limbaugh needs to be weighing in….at a gym.

  4. jwilliamsspf says: Jul 4, 2013 11:02 AM

    I agree, normally a blowhard,this time Limbaugh is correct. Why does the govt keep getting involved in matters like football and marriage. Stop buying the lies, they are just out for total control, and that isn’t good.

  5. SAV says: Jul 4, 2013 11:10 AM

    Keep hating and doubting the Ravens guys, gonna be a fun year!

  6. tedmurph says: Jul 4, 2013 11:29 AM

    The logo may have changed phinfan, but the Pats are still a curse on the Dolphins, as well as the rest of the division. Keep wishin’ this is the yr. It ain’t.

  7. prmpft says: Jul 4, 2013 2:28 PM

    so was the patriots logo changed because people cannot (or simply do not) read cursive any longer?

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