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Thursday morning one-liners

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When he played for the Bills, talking wasn’t RB Marshawn Lynch’s biggest problem.

The Dolphins are struggling to put an ugly year behind them.

Patriots QB Tom Brady is trusted by his fellow players in late-game situations.

When Jets coach Rex Ryan thought he was out, he named names of his possible replacements to players.

The Ravens improving on offense may be linked to QB Joe Flacco’s ability to bootleg.

Seahawks DT Clinton McDonald still credits the Bengals with giving him his start.

The Browns may seem a mess from the outside, but a pair of Super Bowl coaches think it can be turned around.

The Steelers lost a pair of long-time fixtures, who could always be counted on to move the chains.

Being waived by the Texans still stings for Broncos return man Trindon Holliday.

Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri is stumping for Morten Andersen’s Hall of Fame induction.

Jaguars G.M. Dave Caldwell thinks the Senior Bowl was a boost for their draft planning.

The Titans’ changes on defense might be subtle.

With Broncos offensive linemen wearing microphones in the Super Bowl, we should hear every “Omaha” clearly.

The Chiefs brought a defensive line project back with a future contract.

The Raiders defense struggled late because their lack of depth forced too many guys to play too many snaps.

There are a few former Chargers WRs still busy this weekend.

Imagine that: The Cowboys organizational chart seems disorganized.

Giants teammates are rallying behind former DE Michael Strahan.

The Eagles will have some impressive new video screens next year.

Redskins S Brandon Meriweather’s contract voids five days after the Super Bowl.

Mike Ditka hopes the Bears and Brian Urlacher can reconnect after a messy divorce.

Lions RB Joique Bell made his Broadway debut.

The agent of Packers FB John Kuhn is hopeful for a return to Green Bay.

Former Vikings CB Fred Smoot is thinking about a Love Boat-themed fundraiser.

The Falcons weren’t immune to the ice storm that crippled the Atlanta area.

The Panthers coaching staff is piling up honors.

Seattle QB coach Carl Smith has come a long way since his days as a Saints offensive coordinator.

New Buccaneers defensive line coach Joe Cullen thinks he can help DE Da’Quan Bowers tap into his potential.

The Cardinals provided a good blueprint for anyone trying to beat the Seahawks.

A closer look at the relationship between Rams coach Jeff Fisher and new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.

How the 49ers deal with QB Colin Kaepernick’s contract will determine their other free agent moves.

Seahawks S Kam Chancellor says “We just play ball. We don’t worry about referee issues.”

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1 Response to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. mrlaloosh says: Jan 30, 2014 9:24 AM

    Nice to see Gregg Williams get hired by the originator of the bounty scheme.

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