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Wednesday morning one-liners

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The Bills are down to 81 players on their roster after waiving G Keith Williams.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin says DE Olivier Vernonhad a very, very productive camp.”

Said Patriots LB Dane Fletcher of spending last season on injured reserve, “I forgot how much I love the game, really.”

Jets coach Rex Ryan says the delay in naming a starting quarterback is because the team needs a “thorough examination” of Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith.

An arrest has been made in the stabbing death of a 15-year-old boy blocks away from the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory parade.

Bengals WR Andrew Hawkins is getting the cast off his ankle, but he doesn’t appear ready to play any time soon.

Browns coach Rob Chudzinski says “nobody really knows” how long it will take OLB Barkevious Mingo to recover from a bruised lung.

The Steelers are looking sloppy this preseason.

Are the Houston Texans a dirty team?

Colts coach Chuck Pagano wants his players to stay in training camp mode even as they move back to the team practice facility.

The Jaguars’ head of analytics helped persuade coach Gus Bradley that QB Blaine Gabbert deserves a chance to show what he can do with a better offensive line.

The Titans’ coaches like the nasty attitude of C Rob Turner.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning looks as good as ever.

Chiefs WR Donnie Avery thinks he’s going to play a big part in the offense.

The Raiders are getting healthier on defense.

Chargers RB Ryan Mathews hopes to take some of the pressure off QB Philip Rivers.

Cowboys S Eric Frampton is still not cleared to run as he recovers from a calf injury.

Giants DE Adrian Tracy was carted off late in practice, and coach Tom Coughlin said it was likely dehydration.

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy says QB Michael Vick is the perfect fit for Chip Kelly’s offense.

Randy Moss weighed in on the handling of Robert Griffin III and said Washington coach Mike Shanahan is doing the right thing.

The Bears’ two rookies on the right side of the offensive line are looking good.

The Lions welcomed actor Jeff Daniels and Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer at practice on Tuesday.

The Packers may look to trade RB James Starks.

A tobacco tax has helped Minnesota pay for the Vikings’ new stadium.

While Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez took time away from training camp, an iPad helped him keep up.

Panthers quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey is drawing rave reviews from his bosses.

Although Saints WR Marques Colston has returned to practice, his aching foot is still bothering him.

Said Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy, “That third preseason game for every team is kind of like a dress rehearsal for the season. It’s not a full, 100-percent game plan, but more of a game week. Starters on all teams around the NFL play a lot more, and we’ll do the same. This will be a good test for us to see where we’re at.”

Players on the Cardinals need to stay off Bruce Arians’ accountability board.

Rams RT Rodger Saffold is working his way back from a dislocated shoulder.

New 49ers WR Jon Baldwin wants to learn from teammate Anquan Boldin.

Said Seahawks WR Golden Tate of the way Packers fans have hounded him about last year’s controversial touchdown catch, “It’s been pretty entertaining to read up on this stuff. I’m not letting it bother me any. What they say on Twitter or in Wisconsin doesn’t affect me.”

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9 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. illogic87 says: Aug 21, 2013 9:03 AM

    Packers fans are absolutely terrible. I work in Wisconsin and am from Maine. Unbelievable the stuff these inbreeds say…

  2. jimmysee says: Aug 21, 2013 9:22 AM

    “A tobacco tax has helped Minnesota pay for the Vikings’ new stadium.

    But of course no one will be permitted to smoke in the stadium financed, in part, by tobacco taxes!

  3. roadbiscuit says: Aug 21, 2013 9:30 AM

    >I work in Wisconsin and am from Maine. Unbelievable the stuff these inbreeds say

    If you’re going to try to run down a fan base, try spelling it right. *inbreds

  4. shaggymarrs says: Aug 21, 2013 9:42 AM

    @Jimmysee – Of course not! No smoking inside the stadium yet they hold the Monster Jam monster truck event indoors. Inhaling diesel exhaust for four hours is ok but God forbid somebody lights up a cigarette. Oh the horror!

  5. tedmurph says: Aug 21, 2013 10:22 AM

    But of course no one will be permitted to smoke in the stadium financed, in part, by tobacco taxes!

    ———————————————————-
    Good, why should my health be endangered or my game experience diminished by your filthy habit.

  6. mnmarine0351 says: Aug 21, 2013 10:24 AM

    Not a fan of all the tobacco taxes but love the indoor smoking bans. Kill yourselves, not me and mine.

  7. californicago says: Aug 21, 2013 10:52 AM

    @illogic87, sorry to hear you haven’t been able to integrate with the folks from Wisconsin, clearly, you’re missing out on a great fanbase and team to root for. I guess that’s what happens when your home state doesn’t have a team to root for. “If you can’t beat em’ join em’.

  8. doublezero74 says: Aug 21, 2013 12:30 PM

    did the New England Patriots cha getheirnameback to Boston Patriots? is Maine not part of New England anymore? does your comment make any sense since the Packers have “Green Bay” in their title and not milwaukee or Wisconsin? do you live in “green bay”?

  9. taylorgangtrippymane says: Aug 21, 2013 3:47 PM

    Why are they even mad at Tate? Its not even his fault. I think they should be over that by now. I am sure he just uses the noise as motivation.

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