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Wednesday morning one-liners

Dallas Cowboys' Pellerin intercepts pass in front of Miami Dolphins' Bumphis, but is called out of bounds, during NFL Hall of Fame Game in Canton Reuters

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock weighs in on the Bills’ quarterback situation.

Dolphins WR Chad Bumphis is making a case that he belongs on the 53-man roster.

Former Patriots S Patrick Chung, now with the Eagles, didn’t play well in a practice against his old team.

Jets WR Vidal Hazelton suffered a leg injury in practice.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn’t saying how much playing time the starters will get in the preseason opener.

Bengals CB Leon Hall is way ahead of where he was at this time last year.

Browns RB Montario Hardesty may not last much longer in Cleveland.

Steelers S Troy Polamalu says he has to pace himself in training camp.

The Texans have four players competing for the No. 3 running back job.

Colts QB Andrew Luck said he’d “love to play a lot” in the preseason opener, but coach Chuck Pagano says they’re going to be smart and limit Luck’s playing time in the preseason.

Jaguars DE Jason Babin says the job of rushing the passer never gets old.

Titans rookies are getting bad haircuts in training camp.

Broncos S Mike Adams on mentoring undrafted rookie Duke Ihenacho: “I had to. I was a free agent like Duke was coming into the league.”

The Chiefs would like to build some momentum in the preseason.

Raiders TE Nick Kasa is making a good impression in training camp.

Chargers CB Shareece Wright said it was “scary” to see WR Danario Alexander go down with a torn ACL.

Cowboys CB Brandon Carr missed practice after becoming a father.

Said Giants WR Hakeem Nicks of the work he’s been able to do while recovering from a groin injury, “I would have liked to have done more, but I’m going to stick to what they want me to do right now. I felt good. I have got to keep going up from here. The reps they’ve got me doing right now is really not too much, so I’ve just got to keep on working as more and more gets thrown on me. Take it in stride.”

Eagles coach Chip Kelly turned off the music for the joint practice with the Patriots.

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins may get lots of playing time this preseason.

The Bears’ coaching staff is working on how to decide when to throw a challenge flag.

The Lions have six or seven guys competing to be the No. 5 receiver.

Said Packers coach Mike McCarthy of rookie OT David Bakhtiari becoming the starting left tackle, “He definitely has the ability. I have no question about his skill set, and I think he has one mental error in all of training camp. We’ll see what he can do. I’m excited about his opportunity.”

The Vikings cut LB Nathan Williams and brought back LB Stanford Keglar.

First-year Falcons FB Pat DiMarco is getting plenty of practice time.

The Panthers are getting chippy in camp.

Saints LB Junior Galette may be the team’s second-most important player.

Bucs LB Lavonte David is pushing himself through the August heat.

The Cardinals have discussed letting CB Patrick Peterson get some plays off on punt return duty, but coach Bruce Arians says he doesn’t want to take too many touches away from one of his best playmakers.

Isaac Bruce played for the Rams in both Los Angeles and St. Louis, and he says St. Louis is where they belong.

Said 49ers K Phil Dawson of his obsession with checking the weather forecast, “I’m pretty psycho, I’ve got to admit. It’s a borderline problem.”

Seahawks DE Red Bryant is sleeping better after getting treatment for sleep apnea.

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3 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. grpatriot says: Aug 7, 2013 8:43 AM

    Chung struggled? Shocker huh?

  2. hess97 says: Aug 7, 2013 10:17 AM

    what’s exciting about football is every year a championship is earned in a new way. last year just happens to be the year an illegal contact/ def hold/ pass interference brings home the trophy ( along with a very obvious hold by two or three guys to spring open a kickoff return).

    what will it be this tear?

  3. hess97 says: Aug 7, 2013 10:17 AM

    what’s exciting about football is every year a championship is earned in a new way. last year just happens to be the year an illegal contact/ def hold/ pass interference brings home the trophy ( along with a very obvious hold by two or three guys to spring open a kickoff return).

    what will it be this year?

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