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Tuesday morning one-liners

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The Bills signed seven members of their practice squad to future contracts.

Said Dolphins WR Mike Wallace, “It was okay. I feel like my expectations of myself is always higher, but we did okay. I was average, just like everybody else for the most part. Our season, our record, tells all of that.”

Breaking down the amount of times the Patriots targeted each of their receivers this season.

Jets WR Stephen Hill doesn’t need to have knee surgery.

LB Daryl Smith said he’d like to return to the Ravens next season.

The Bengals will be trying to keep the Chargers from taking long drives down the field this weekend.

Said Browns WR Josh Gordon of Rob Chudzinski’s firing, “I figured any coach in the NFL would get at least two [years]. I didn’t even know that was possible.”

The Steelers aren’t ready to talk about the future of Mike Tomlin’s coaching staff.

Eleven turnovers were all the Texans defense could manage in 2013.

The Colts won’t let a regular season win over the Chiefs make them overconfident.

No coaching changes for the Jaguars this year.

Titans WR Justin Hunter thought he would have a smoother transition to the NFL.

The Broncos are playing the waiting game this week.

Chiefs RB Knile Davis enjoyed getting a heavy workload in Week 17.

Raiders coach Dennis Allen said that DE Lamarr Houston was wrong to think the team doesn’t want him back.

If there’s a jinx in San Diego sports, it didn’t affect the Chargers on Sunday.

Will Cowboys TE Jason Witten follow in Tony Gonzalez’s Super Bowl-less footsteps?

A lack of depth hurt the Giants this year, but owner John Mara defended General Manager Jerry Reese on Monday.

Eagles QB Nick Foles will be across the field from another quarterback who graduated from Westlake High in Texas this weekend.

CSN Washington found five good things from Mike Shanahan’s run as Redskins coach.

A look at how the Bears move on at the end of the regular season.

The next Lions coach will be the next to try to turn around a losing culture.

Packers RB Eddie Lacy hopes his second meeting with the 49ers goes better than Week One.

Vikings players had a lot of positive things to say about former coach Leslie Frazier on Monday.

CB Desmond Trufant talks about what he wants to work on before his second year with the Falcons.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera believes WR Steve Smith will be ready to play next week.

WR Kenny Stills has shown the Saints the value he brings to an offense.

Greg Schiano endorsed Mike Glennon as the Buccaneers’ quarterback of the present and future just before he became the team’s former coach.

Cardinals WR Michael Floyd is hearing raves for his work in the 2013 season.

Rams players voted DE Robert Quinn as the team’s MVP.

49ers co-offensive line coach Tim Drevno will leave the team to join USC’s staff.

DE Michael Bennett has achieved some of what he hoped to achieve when signing with the Seahawks.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. chargersdiehard says: Dec 31, 2013 9:54 AM

    The Chargers finally get a break after years of the refs screwing us! We have beaten 3 of the 5 other teams in the dance. Playoffs? You wanna talk about playoffs? Playoffs?

  2. polegojim says: Dec 31, 2013 10:23 AM

    I’d even take Shanahan in Detroit over another inexperienced and untested HC.

    Shanny knows how to win with a good offense… even if he didn’t build it.

    Fire Linehan… but don’t bring Kyle.

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