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Tuesday morning one-liners

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How will the Bills fill the holes on their coaching staff?

A look at the history of new Dolphins G.M. Dennis Hickey.

Grading the work done by the Patriots offense this season.

Said Jets G.M. and former Seahawks exec John Idzik of the success of the Seahawks, “It’s a great feeling to see them have success. It’s emotional, to be honest, because I’m very close to so many people in that organization and that locker room. To see them get to the point where we all envisioned and to have it right here in my backyard, to be hosting, is pretty special.”

T Eric Winston played for Gary Kubiak with the Texans and thinks the Ravens hit a home run by hiring Kubiak to run their offense.

Cataloging the Bengals’ connections to the two Super Bowl teams.

Checking in on the Browns’ search for a new offensive coordinator.

The Steelers signed LB Vic So’oto and RB Tauren Poole to reserve/future contracts.

Marshall Faulk still thinks QB Matt Schaub gives the Texans a good option as a starter.

Assessing the growth of Colts QB Andrew Luck in his second season.

A trip to the Pro Bowl left Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny hungry for more success in the future.

The new members of the Titans coaching staff reported to work on Monday.

Broncos coach John Fox says that he learned a lot from former Steelers coach Chuck Noll.

Former Chiefs groundskeeper George Toma is still the NFL’s go-to guy to prepare the field for the Super Bowl.

How lucky has No. 13 been for the Raiders?

Losing to the Chargers in the regular season was cited as ultimately being a positive experience by members of the Broncos on Monday.

A vote for the Cowboys bringing back DT Josh Brent.

Giants owner John Mara joked that the Seahawks wouldn’t find much of use from this season if they snoop around the Giants practice facility this week.

Broncos CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said he’s better for his experience with the Eagles.

Talks about bringing Doug Williams into the Redskins front office are ongoing.

The Bears’ offense wasn’t able to follow the Broncos’ lead and score enough to make up for a leaky defense in the regular season.

BYU LB Kyle Van Noy would love to join college teammate Ziggy Ansah with the Lions.

The agent for FB Ina Liaina said his client has signed a future contract with the Packers.

Vikings QB Christian Ponder came up with a quick solution to hair in need of washing in a drug store parking lot.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution wonders how everything will work in the Falcons front office.

Panthers G.M. Dave Gettleman outlined some of his draft philosophies.

Looking back at Saints DT Brodrick Bunkley’s efforts during the 2013 season.

New G.M. Jason Licht likes the turnaround potential with the Buccaneers.

Cardinals WR Andre Roberts is writing some poetry this offseason.

Rams G.M. Les Snead is surrounded by other effective general managers in the NFC West.

The 49ers expect WR Mario Manningham will be ready for the offseason program.

Said Seahawks S Earl Thomas of the plans he and S Kam Chancellor made for the team, “Yeah, we always have talked about changing Seattle. We came in as competitors, young and probably dumb, but at the same time, we understood that we could make a change and it’s definitely panned out for us.”

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. goldrush36 says: Jan 28, 2014 9:09 AM

    Manningham is a free agent and it is widely believed they dont intend to bring him back

  2. jayhawk6 says: Jan 28, 2014 1:33 PM

    George Toma is the Godfather of modern day grounds keeping, although his methods are rooted in the time tested precepts of hard work.

    Given the amount of money Dan Snyder has spent foolishly while the owner of an NFL franchise, just think how much further along his team would be if the turf of his stadium had been up to snuff for the team’s final playoff game last season.

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