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Wednesday morning one-liners

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Bills coach Doug Marrone was among the first to call Rob Chudzinski when he was fired for the Browns.

After the firing of Jeff Ireland, the question in Miami is, Where do the Dolphins go from here?

Said Patriots QB Tom Brady of the Super Bowl, “I wish we’d win it every year. We’ve had our chances. We put a lot of effort in every year, but you also realize it’s pretty hard to do. So when you have an opportunity, you’ve got to try and take advantage of it, because you don’t know what’s going to come around next year. But we’ve had plenty of chances.”

The Jets may wish they still had RB Danny Woodhead.

Could the Ravens use the franchise tag on TE Dennis Pitta?

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is the first coach in NFL history to lose his first five playoff games.

The Browns’ interest in Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo as a potential head coach came as a surprise in Cleveland.

CB Devin Smith, who was with the Steelers in training camp, was one of four players signed by Pittsburgh to reserve/future contracts.

Gary Kubiak ran into some Texans fans at the Detroit airport before his interview with the Lions and was nice enough to pose for a picture.

Asked by reporters about the Patriots’ offense, Colts LB Erik Walden said, “We’re very aware they have Tom Brady.”

Said Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell, “I feel like our secondary as a group, three of the four starters were rookies, I expect them to all take a big jump next year.”

Former Titans coach Mike Munchak said he doesn’t think his chances of becoming a head coach again are great, but he does have a shot with the Lions.

The Broncos’ defense needs to get off the field on third down against the Chargers.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid plans no changes to his coaching staff.

Chargers coach Mike McCoy says offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is focusing on this week’s game against the Broncos, not on his head-coaching opportunities.

Six or seven assistants on the Raiders’ coaching staff have signed one-year contract extensions.

Here’s a cool chart showing the number of Cowboys injuries, compared to other NFL teams.

Former Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride says last season’s problems started on the offensive line.

Said Eagles GM Howie Roseman, “It’s exciting to think about the potential we have here, with this coaching staff and this football team. By the same token, we’ve got to get better.”

One former Washington assistant says working for the team feels like a reverse car wash because you come in clean and leave dirty.

Bears WR Brandon Marshall thinks he can have his best year in 2014.

The Lions are taking some criticism for involving QB Matthew Stafford in their head coaching search.

The Packers expect increased playing time in 2014 for their rookie class of 2013.

Bill Parcells is vouching for Mike Zimmer as head coach of the Vikings.

The Falcons signed three practice squad players to future contracts.

Panthers WR Ted Ginn says it means more to play the 49ers.

Said Saints DE Junior Galette of going to Seattle, “We feel like this is the best team right now in the NFC, and we’ll see. We’ll have to go up there and kind of have some revenge.”

The Buccaneers look like a team that could make a quick turnaround.

The Cardinals signed three players to future contracts.

Here’s a look at what the future may hold for Rams OT Joe Barksdale.

Said 49ers CB Eric Wright of why he didn’t play on Sunday, “I don’t know. I think that’s something you guys have to ask someone else. I got prepared and ready as if I was going to play. I was warmed up and ready to go.”

The Seahawks have created a winning culture.

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4 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. fnf417 says: Jan 8, 2014 9:42 AM

    Go Seattle NE SD and 49ers if all these teams win this week I will be happy with the AFC and NFC championship games

  2. chargersdiehard says: Jan 8, 2014 10:07 AM

    Nice milestone Marvin Lewis!

  3. randomguy9999 says: Jan 8, 2014 1:03 PM

    the Pats haven’t been serious since spygate… still great coaching… and Brady can still throw a hissy fit with the best of them….

    however, the ‘dynasty’ mysteriously ended after illegal taping of practices ended.

  4. brohamma says: Jan 8, 2014 4:35 PM

    “The Packers expect increased playing time in 2014 for their rookie class of 2013.”
    ——————————————————
    Take a look at the rookie class from New England. The only one who hasn’t seen any real time is Beauharnais.. and that could change now after Spikes landing on IR.

    Collins, Dobson, Ryan, Harmon, Boyce, Buchanan, LeGarrette Blount deal and Beauharnais have had “increased playing time” due to so many injuries.

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