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Friday morning one-liners

Mike Munchak AP

Anyone looking to secure the autograph of LB Manny Lawson should head to Bills camp on August 3.

Dolphins T Tyson Clabo has taken over the No. 77 jersey previously worn by Jake Long.

Said Patriots DT Vince Wilfork, “There’s going to be a lot of things said and done throughout the course of this year, but we’re going to have to be able to move forward and come here and ignore the noise and work as hard as we can to win ball games. It’s going to be hard, but that’s our goal.”

WR Braylon Edwards is aiming for a starting job with the Jets.

Ravens CB Lardarius Webb is confident he’ll return to being the player he was before tearing his ACL.

Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick is excited about being healthy enough for training camp this year.

WR Greg Little gave up his No. 15 to new Browns teammate Davone Bess for an undisclosed price.

Don’t look for any contract extension announcements from the Steelers.

Texans C Chris Myers thinks criticism of QB Matt Schaub is unjustified.

The Colts are dealing with higher expectations this season.

Several Jaguars veterans are on board with HGH testing.

Titans coach Mike Munchak knows the pressure’s on for him to win this season.

Said Broncos QB Peyton Manning, “Can’t always be rosy, can’t always be perfect, but we’ve got Von Miller’s back. That’s when you find out a lot about people. You find out who the rats are, who’s going to jump ship.”

The Chiefs released WR Mardy Gilyard as camp got underway.

G Tony Bergstrom is more comfortable heading into his second camp with the Raiders.

Chargers LB Jonas Mouton was carted off the field with a knee injury on Thursday.

S J.J. Wilcox apologized to RB Phillip Tanner after a big hit at Cowboys practice.

Giants owner John Mara thinks this year’s team is as good as the one that won the Super Bowl after the 2011 season.

Eagles T Todd Herremans is rocking a hairstyle inspired by the Vikings — the historical ones, not the Minnesota variety.

CB David Amerson and S Bacarri Rambo were running with the Redskins first team on Thursday.

Bears K Robbie Gould thinks it’s stupid that people reacted to him calling the Bears stupid for not extending veteran players.

Coach Jim Schwartz is looking for a playmaker to grab one of the lower rungs on the Lions’ receiver depth chart.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy has a few tweaks to training camp that he thinks will help the team avoid injuries.

Coach Leslie Frazier wants the Vikings envisioning a Super Bowl run, but he doesn’t want them believing they are better than they are.

Perusing the candidates for pass rushing roles with the Falcons.

Said Panthers coach Ron Rivera of how he introduces himself to unfamiliar players during camp, “Young Man, I’m Ron Rivera. And if you don’t tell me your name, you’ll continue to be Young Man.”

Saints G.M. Mickey Loomis feels good about the chances of extending TE Jimmy Graham’s contract.

CB Johnthan Banks is spending a lot of time picking CB Darrelle Revis‘ brain at Buccaneers practice.

NT Dan Williams got some praise from Cardinals coach Bruce Arians after his conditioning test.

Former WR Torry Holt will be in the broadcast booth for Rams preseason games.

49ers DL Justin Smith is having no trouble with his triceps.

G James Carpenter is healthy and trying to earn a spot in the Seahawks lineup.

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5 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. truninerfan49 says: Jul 26, 2013 8:41 AM

    Who in the hell would want a Manny Lawson autograph?

  2. jimmyt says: Jul 26, 2013 8:50 AM

    Said Broncos QB Peyton Manning, “Can’t always be rosy, can’t always be perfect, but we’ve got Von Miller’s back. That’s when you find out a lot about people. You find out who the rats are, who’s going to jump ship.”

    I’m a Peyton fan but this is the stupidest thing he has ever said. Your teammate got caught cheating! I would want him cut.

  3. boblavoie says: Jul 26, 2013 8:58 AM

    When Wilfolk says “it’s going to be hard” he doesn’t mean winning (Patriots hasn’t had that problem in years). He’s talking about media induced distraction regarding an incident that has little or nothing to do with this team. An incident that is a sad commentary on gang-style mentality and the state of society in general. It just happen that this certain individual played in the NFL for a team that is always in the spotlight. A team, I believe, that has the ability to move on from this tragedy and become stronger members of this team and the community. The media should back off and cover what they know about – sports. Leave the street news to some other journalist.

    “Do we have any football questions?” – BB

  4. gb4mn0 says: Jul 26, 2013 9:17 AM

    Coach Leslie Frazier wants the Vikings envisioning a Super Bowl run, but he doesn’t want them believing they are better than they are.

    ———————————————–

    Say What?!?

    This type of counterintuitive mumble jumble is inexplicable.

    Maybe living in the Land of 10k Trailer Park Cesspools is causing Frazier to suffer neurotoxicity from the fumes?

  5. larryboodry says: Jul 26, 2013 1:30 PM

    I am a big Robbie Gould fan, but he needs to shut up now.

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