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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Patriots DT Vince Wilfork could follow in the footsteps of Ravens LB Terrell Suggs and work out a deal on a new contract.

As they prepare to remodel their stadium, the Bills inked a deal with a local construction equipment company.

The Jets are said to be very intrigued by North Carolina TE Eric Ebron.

The Ted Wells report has exposed a lack of leadership on the Dolphins.

Ravens RB Ray Rice is coming in for some criticism in Baltimore.

Former Bengals DB Artrell Hawkins received a $5,000 bond and was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device on his ankle after his domestic violence arrest.

The Browns’ website ranked the 53-man roster from CB Joe Haden first to WR Greg Little 53rd.

Here’s a look ahead at the Steelers’ offseason.

Texans NT Earl Mitchell may benefit from leaving in free agency and signing with a team that runs a 4-3 defense.

Based on opponents’ winning percentage, the Colts have the NFL’s easiest 2014 schedule.

Johnny Manziel thinks he’ll end up on the Jaguars if the Texans pass on him.

The Titans have a knack for finding good cornerbacks in the NFL draft.

Here’s a look at the state of the Broncos’ linebackers heading into free agency.

The Chiefs have used the franchise tag three years in a row: OT Branden Albert in 2013, WR Dwayne Bowe in 2012 and LB Tamba Hali in 2011.

Somebody at the Raiders’ website got creative on President’s Day.

One San Diego reporter says the leadership in the Chargers’ locker room would never tolerate a Richie Incognito situation.

The Ravens’ deal with Terrell Suggs may be the kind of deal that the Cowboys want to get done with DeMarcus Ware.

Rebuilding the offensive line is a high priority for the Giants.

The Eagles will be looking for help at safety in free agency.

Don’t expect Washington to trade Kirk Cousins this offseason.

The Bears face a difficult decision with DE Julius Peppers, who counts $18 million against their salary cap.

The Lions may spend another high pick on another wide receiver this year.

Green Bay Packers has the cap space to put the franchise tag on CB Sam Shields or NT B.J. Raji.

Demolition at the Metrodome has been suspended after a construction mishap.

The Falcons like drafting players from football families.

Panthers WR Steve Smith has opened a sports training facility.

The Saints and Jimmy Graham are on the clock as the franchise tag can be applied from now until March 3.

Don’t expect the Bucs to use the franchise or transition tag this year.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is helping Johnny Manziel’s draft stock.

Here’s why the Cardinals won’t franchise Karlos Dansby.

Four 49ers — OT Mike Iupati, G Alex Boone, FB Bruce Miller and CB Chris Culliverearned contract escalators.

Rams QB Sam Bradford had a higher passer rating than Cam Newton, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck, among others, at the time he suffered his torn ACL last year.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. sc711 says: Feb 18, 2014 7:32 AM

    Broncos need to draft Middle Linebacker, Irving plays better in space.

    Actually I would draft two, picking up a free agent that has been knocking his head around for years…..no.

    Get a stud like Skov or Borland, then pick up a banger like Andrew Jackson later.

  2. thegenoatkinsdiet says: Feb 18, 2014 8:22 AM

    The Bengals site has a nice story on how Andrew Hawkins–shunned from the NFL combine–is putting together a career that has eclipsed guys like Malcolm Kelly, Limas Sweed and Dexter Jackson. But I see you have chosen to perpetuate the ‘Bengals = criminals’ story line instead, forgetting to mention that Artrell is also a former Patriot.

  3. qdog112 says: Feb 18, 2014 6:22 PM

    Russell Wilson is helping Manzeil…? That’s crazy. Wishing, hoping and the star gazing media are helping Manzeil’s draft status. If he was reported on fairly, he’d be a 4th round pick, to nearly undraftable.

    Manzeil is the anti-Wilson. The only similarity is the position they played in college.

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