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Friday morning one-liners

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Making the case for the Bills to draft a quarterback.

A look at the biggest free agency issues facing the Dolphins.

Said former Patriots T Matt Light of replacing offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia, “It’ll be fun to watch them try, right? The proof will be what happens next year, but you’re not going to replace 30 years of experience. That’s just not going to happen.”

NFLPA director DeMaurice Smith doesn’t expect Jets TE Kellen Winslow to face a suspension for his synthetic marijuana arrest.

Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak will need time to shape the Ravens offense.

What are Bengals RB Giovani Bernard’s rookie of the year chances?

The Browns won’t be adopting variable ticket pricing this year.

Former Steelers LB Jack Ham likes the idea of a cold weather Super Bowl.

KR Trindon Holliday hasn’t lost the chip on his shoulder he picked up when the Texans released him.

Building the Hall of Fame argument in favor of former Colts coach Tony Dungy.

Jaguars S Jonathan Cyprien is ready to start working to improve ahead of his second NFL season.

The Titans hired Nick Eason as an assistant defensive line coach.

Injured DE Derek Wolfe and S Rahim Moore will join the Broncos for the Super Bowl.

Brock Olivo will join the Chiefs staff as an assistant special teams coach.

Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group thinks this year is former Raiders P Ray Guy’s best shot to make the Hall of Fame.

Chargers coach Mike McCoy remains fond of Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase and roots for him from a distance.

Charles Tillman called Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli the best defensive coordinator in the league.

The New Jersey dry cleaner included in a bogus memorabilia lawsuit against the Giants says he doesn’t have to defend himself against the charges.

Former Eagles coach Dick Vermeil is a fan of current Eagles coach Chip Kelly.

Redskins WR Pierre Garçon said he isn’t surprised by what Peyton Manning has done with the Broncos.

Former Bears DT John Kreamcheck died at the age of 88.

Drew Brees said offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi will take the Lions offense in creative directions.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy offered some Super Bowl advice to this year’s coaches.

Former Vikings RB Leroy Hoard opened up about the health problems he’s experienced since the end of the regular season.

Falcons players would like to play for Pete Carroll if they weren’t playing for Mike Smith.

Negotiations haven’t started on a new contract for Panthers DE Greg Hardy.

What if the Saints had been able to swing a trade for RB Marshawn Lynch before he was sent to Seattle?

Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis was named the comeback player of the year by the Sporting News.

O’Brien Schofield is in the Super Bowl with the Seahawks and remains motivated by his release from the Cardinals.

Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that Rams owner Stan Kroenke upped the ante in his push for a new staidum by buying land in Los Angeles.

Playing both sides of the debate about 49ers LB NaVorro Bowman’s defensive player of the year chances.

If they can’t sack him, the Seahawks hope to at least pressure Peyton Manning enough to knock him off his game.

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2 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. citnetter says: Jan 31, 2014 9:45 AM

    “KR Trindon Holliday hasn’t lost the chip on his shoulder he picked up when the Texans released him.”

    No, he only lost his PR (and sometimes his KR) duties because, get this, he’s a fumbling machine and can’t be counted on. Exactly the reason the Texans cut him. Go figure!

  2. goodguyattorney says: Jan 31, 2014 11:47 AM

    Thanks for the Dungy link. I’d say he should be a shoe in based on his credentials – which includes 1 1/2 Super Bowls. He had as much, if not more, to do with the Bucs championship as Gruden.

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