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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills RB Fred Jackson expects to get back to work soon after resting his knee.

The Dolphins’ search for an offensive coordinator is moving deliberately.

Things are different for the Patriots than they were in their last meeting with the Broncos.

Jets RB Mike Goodson will be arraigned on weapons charges on Wednesday.

The Ravens have to revise their future contract with RB Cierre Wood.

Former Bengals coach Sam Wyche called current Bengals QB Andy Dalton a “Drew Brees kind of quarterback.”

A look at some of the reasons why the Browns might be finding it hard to find a new coach.

WR Antonio Brown is the only Steelers player on the PFWA All-AFC team.

Running through the best and worst moves made by Texans G.M. Rick Smith.

Colts QB Andrew Luck knows that he needs to cut down on turnovers in the postseason.

The Jaguars have plenty of money to spend this offseason.

David Climer of the Tennessean likes the fit for coach Ken Whisenhunt with the Titans.

Omaha is basking in the attention that came from Broncos QB Peyton Manning’s repeated use of “Omaha” in his cadence on Sunday.

Reviewing the defensive film from the Chiefs’ playoff loss.

The Raiders have signed three players to reserve/future contracts.

Chargers LB Manti Te’o, LB Donald Butler and CB Marcus Gilchrist are starting the offseason with concussions.

What lessons can the Cowboys learn from the NFC finalists?

A look at the Giants’ cap situation heading into the 2014 season.

Where are the glaring holes on the Eagles?

Assistant offensive line coach Chris Morgan is the latest coach to leave the Redskins.

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune wants to see what Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker can do with healthier personnel at his disposal.

Lions RB Montell Owens has agreed to a pay cut for the 2014 season.

The Packers need to start 2014 with a better backup quarterback plan.

Vikings WR/KR Cordarrelle Patterson was the only rookie named to the PFWA All-NFL team.

There are potential Falcons draftees on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

Panthers Pro Bowl FB Mike Tolbert is hoping for a smoother trip to Hawaii this year.

Which Saints players will be moving on this offseason?

Lionel Vital got an endorsement for the Buccaneers’ G.M. job from his current boss, Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff.

The Cardinals offense has a strong foundation heading into the offseason.

CB Cortland Finnegan’s fate is something the Rams need to determine.

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was supportive of the Seahawks limiting ticket sales to specific areas.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll feels the NFC Championship Game matchup is the one everyone’s been waiting to see.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. salmen76 says: Jan 14, 2014 11:27 AM

    Drew’s quick release is LONG gone. His movement in the pocket is now nonexistent. His ‘softness’ has been exposed. Drew and coaches ‘smoke and mirror’ offense has been figured out by the good teams. The Saints will still win enough games to make the playoffs and sell tickets. But unless they totally retool the offensive playbook and bring in some fast young receivers that can “catch” the football and bring in a “beast” RB to move the chains and tire out defenses they will NEVER get back to the SB. The Saints defense this year was awesome. The year the Saints won the SB the Saints D was ranked 26. The Saints D was ranked 4th this year. If Drew can’t get the Saints to the SB with a 4th ranked D then that proves something is way wrong with the Saints offense. I don’t care how many yards Drew passes for. I want Championships NOT stats. Geaux Saints!

  2. benp72 says: Jan 15, 2014 11:36 AM

    Wow, how ungrateful are you? Do you know how many teams would love to have Drew under center for their team? Another 5000 yard season and willing to negotiate to keep the team under cap is just not good enough for you

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