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Friday morning one-liners

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Moving to the Bills has worked out well for LB Jerry Hughes.

The rushing offense and rushing defense need to get better for the Dolphins.

Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich is happy to have CB Aqib Talib back on the practice field.

Said Jets S Antonio Allen of Ed Reed’s arrival, “I was playing with him on ‘Madden’ for years. I told coach, when I had seen him this morning I was like, ‘Man, y’all brought my idol in this morning.’”

The size of the Bears receivers will be a challenge for the Ravens secondary.

Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer’s scheme has created new stars every week.

Browns CB Joe Haden is expecting a battle against Bengals WR A.J. Green this weekend.

The Steelers offensive line remains banged up heading into Week 11.

CB Kareem Jackson and LB Joe Mays are shaping up to be game-time decisions for the Texans.

On Thursday night, Coby Fleener had the most receiving yards by a Colts tight end since Jacob Tamme had 108 in 2010.

Jaguars CB Dwayne Gratz is looking forward to matching up with Larry Fitzgerald.

The Titans’ chances of beating the Colts evaporated over 15 minutes of playing time in the second and third quarters.

Taking a look at the history between the Broncos and Chiefs.

LB Tamba Hali wants to see the Chiefs defense get some hits on Peyton Manning this Sunday.

Said Raiders RB Marcel Reece, “Do I want the ball? Yes, I want the ball. Do I want it often? Yes, I want it often. I want the ball every time I step on the field. It’s just reality that the game doesn’t always go that way.”

The Chargers have gotten a little healthier at linebacker.

DE Caesar Rayford returned to the Cowboys practice squad on Thursday.

Giants CB Trumaine McBride is always fighting perceptions that he’s too small.

Former TE Keith Jackson will be the Eagles’ honorary captain on Sunday.

A call for Mike Shanahan to remain the coach of the Redskins.

CB Zack Bowman has the support of his teammates as he moves into the Bears starting lineup.

TE Brandon Pettigrew has won the trust of his Lions teammates.

Packers DE Datone Jones wants to build on a strong Week 10 performance.

The Vikings could be getting a bunch of injured players back this week.

Blocking was a focal point at Falcons practice.

LB Dan Connor credited fate for his return to the Panthers.

Saints LB Parys Haralson says he has nothing but good feelings for the 49ers after spending seven seasons on the team.

The Buccaneers want WR Vincent Jackson to get the ball more often.

G Daryn Colledge and T Eric Winston have given the Cardinals line veteran leadership.

The Rams’ radio rights are up for bidding.

Offensive coordinator Greg Roman takes the blame for the 49ers’ struggling passing game.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin has many relatives in the Philippines, but they are all apparently alright after the typhoon that hit the country recently.

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1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. athwartships says: Nov 15, 2013 9:14 AM

    The Steelers offensive line remains missing in action heading into Week 11.

    ….fixed it for ya.

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