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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly is doing well with a prosthetic jaw and false teeth that allow him to eat after much of his jaw and all of his teeth were removed during surgery as part of treatment for cancer.

The Dolphins’ new linebackers looked good on their first day of camp.

One Boston columnist says it’s time for Bill Belichick to break his silence on Aaron Hernandez.

Jets coach Rex Ryan says he’s not worried about being a lame duck.

Said Ravens QB Joe Flacco, “I can’t really complain at this point. We won last year. I have a lot of money – I’m going to get a lot of money – and we’re going to win a lot of football games. That’s the way it is around here. That’s what we’re going to get used to, and that’s what we want to be used to is winning football games. We’re not going to apologize for acting like a good football team.”

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis sounds optimistic about this year’s team.

The Browns have signed WR Naaman Roosevelt, who has appeared in 16 NFL games, all with the Bills.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin may like the roster he has heading into camp, but his perception right now doesn’t matter because football teams are judged by results.

The Texans will start selling single-game tickets on Thursday.

The Colts are still hoping to add depth at wide receiver.

Here’s a look at the Jaguars’ offensive line.

Tennessee National Guard members who are Titans season-ticket holders were given a VIP tour of the team’s facility.

The Broncos may need a team meeting to discuss conducting themselves the right way.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith is working on the hurry-up offense.

With 13 years under his belt, Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski has been in Oakland longer than anyone on the team. And he says changes need to be made if the Raiders want to return to the playoffs.

Said Chargers coach Mike McCoy of his first five months on the job, “We were busy. We were dedicated to laying the foundation for the future of the organization on how we want to do things around here on a day-to-day basis.”

Cowboys WR Danny Coale is sidelined with swelling in his knee.

The Giants are hoping to get big things out of WR Ruben Randle.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly wasn’t pleased with a couple of rookies who failed his conditioning test.

Redskins RB Alfred Morris averaged 5.86 yards a carry in the zone-read, compared to just 3.26 yards a carry out of the I formation.

The Bears have a wealth of backup safeties on the 90-man roster, and special teams may determine which ones make the 53-man roster.

If you want to plan your 2014 Thanksgiving 16 months in advance, the Lions are expected to host either the Bills or the Dolphins.

A photograph that was sold at auction and advertised as showing a 1921 Packers game actually showed a 1917 high school game.

The Vikings will keep training in Mankato for at least three more years.

The Falcons have waived WR Tim Toone.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera may have a career-defining season ahead of him.

The Saints think their young defensive linemen have a lot of upside.

Might we see a kinder, gentler Greg Schiano at Bucs camp?

One analyst says Cardinals training camp gives an economic boost of $15.3 million to Glendale, Arizona.

The Rams released S Cannon Smith and signed S Rashard Hall and WR Demetrius Fields.

Asked why he traded for CB Eric Wright after Wright was arrested for driving under the influence, 49ers G.M. Trent Baalke said, “Well, [DUIs] are always a red flag. Once again, I’d ask you guys to do your due diligence as well and find out the facts surrounding it. Certainly, it’s a red flag, but I don’t think what’s being reported is really the facts around it.”

Seahawks S Ray Polk was cut after he couldn’t carve out a place for himself on the crowded Seattle depth chart.

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1 Response to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. bucup says: Jul 24, 2013 7:40 AM

    Belichick is such a joke. He doesn’t even coach, his assistants do all of the work.

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