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Thursday morning one-liners

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The Bills are in a holding pattern as the Browns continue their coaching search.

The Dolphins scouts are trying to conduct business as usual, even without a boss.

This year’s free agent to watch for the Patriots could be WR Julian Edelman.

With the Jets QB situation in flux, Clemson’s Tajh Boyd could be an intriguing alternative.

The disappointing seasons for Ravens RB Ray Rice traces back to his lack of broken tackles.

The Bengals are negotiating with county government over an 8-foot difference in a new building downtown.

The Pro Bowl reflects real life: The six Browns can’t be sure who their coaches are either.

The Steelers are hoping for stability, after Mike Munchak became their third offensive line coach in three seasons.

More than a decade after his brother, QB Derek Carr would love to be drafted by the Texans.

Deciding which Colts player had the biggest breakout season is actually a tough call.

The Jaguars are keeping a close eye on pass-rushers at the Senior Bowl.

The Titans were impressed with the work new QBs coach John McNulty did in Tampa Bay last year with Mike Glennon.

The Broncos have an edge over the Seahawks in terms of Super Bowl experience.

Scott Pioli said he’d be more open-minded than his days with the Chiefs as he embarks on a new job with the Falcons.

The Raiders would likely be overjoyed if Jadeveon Clowney slipped to No. 5 in the draft.

The Chargers are holding the line on ticket prices this year.

The Cowboys are optimistic they can keep K Dan Bailey.

The Giants think adding a RBs coach with a QB pedigree can be a good fit for their new offensive staff.

The Eagles continue to track the safety market.

The Redskins plan to stick with the same defensive alignment, since they’re sticking with the same coaches.

Bears LS Patrick Mannelly is expected to return, after undergoing hip surgery.

The Lions hired former Vikings defensive coordinator Alan Williams to coach the secondary.

The Packers aren’t going to stray from their draft-and-develop philosophy.

It appears Vikings special teams coach Mike Priefer will remain on staff.

The Falcons welcomed Scott Pioli to their staff with a little dash cam video of his ride to work with G.M. Thomas Dimitroff.

Panthers LT Jordan Gross doesn’t have a definitive answer about his future yet.

Count the Saints among those open to expanding the playoffs.

The praise is rolling in for new Buccaneers G.M. Jason Licht.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians makes it clear he needs more linemen.

Rams LT Jake Long underwent knee surgery recently.

The 49ers are adding Tim Ryan to their broadcast team.

The Seahawks have been shuffling OL parts all year, and that figures to continue.

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1 Response to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. lukekuechlyrocks59 says: Jan 23, 2014 1:00 PM

    Well, the new situation in Detroit with their secondary coach, will probably make them more susceptible to the passing attack. Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler are already foaming at the mouth, and so the Vikings NEED TO at least START putting the pieces together that will let them turn the corner to a third opponent for Detroit in the NFC North with a potent aerial assault. One can only hope. SKOL!!

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