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Friday morning one-liners

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Said TE Scott Chandler of re-signing with Bills, “As a player you don’t always have as much control as you’d like. I mean, you do have control, but you hire people to advise you, so you listen. It’s so hard, because you have to look at it from a business perspective, a player perspective and a family perspective. And I wanted to be a Bill.”

Two former Rams could land with the Dolphins.

If DT Vince Wilfork does leave, how will the Patriots try to fill his space in the lineup?

The Jets met with USC WR Marqise Lee before and after his pro day.

KR Jacoby Jones said he came to his senses while visiting the Giants and decided to return to the Ravens.

With Anthony Collins gone, Andrew Whitworth is headed back to left tackle for the Bengals.

Mel Kiper of ESPN thinks the Browns need to draft a quarterback.

S Mike Mitchell thinks his personality and playing style are a perfect fit for the Steelers.

Texans G Brandon Brooks has been interning at a bank this offseason.

DL Arthur Jones is looking forward to wreaking havoc with the Colts.

Players are responding to the messages sent by Jaguars coach Gus Bradley.

Said Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt of QB Charlie Whitehurst, “He brings a familiarity with the offense we are installing. He will be a great resource for Jake [Locker] and the entire offense; and as a player, he understands what we want to get done. Working with him over the last year and seeing how he works and his ability gives me confidence that he is the right fit to fill this role.”

Shannon Sharpe thinks the Broncos’ moves in free agency put them on track for another trip to the Super Bowl.

LB Joe Mays knows he’ll need to compete to earn a role on the Chiefs defense.

DE Justin Tuck said he wants to help recruit defensive talent to the Raiders.

The Chargers hope CB Brandon Ghee realizes his potential in their secondary.

Some find it hard to see how the Cowboys can be a better team in 2014.

Steve Serby of the New York Post takes the Giants to task for their “insulting” offer to DE Justin Tuck.

The big question about the Eagles’ trade for RB Darren Sproles is how much Sproles has left in the tank.

The Redskins added some muscle on defense on Thursday.

Domenik Hixon’s arrival could lead to changes on the Bears return units.

The Lions aren’t done looking for help at wide receiver.

CB Casey Hayward hopes to be a playmaker on the Packers defense next season.

Said Vikings CB Captain Munnerlyn on where the defense ranked last season, “No, I actually haven’t looked at it. But I’m sure with these signings and with the people they brought in, we’ll be ranked in the top 10.

Taking stock of the Falcons’ cap space after signing several veterans.

Panthers fans voiced their displeasure with WR Steve Smith’s departure.

RB Pierre Thomas called his extension with the Saints “truly a blessing.”

Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith is drawn to QB Josh McCown’s leadership.

The Cardinals offensive line is starting to take shape.

Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks it is time for the Rams to take a step forward.

S Antoine Bethea said signing with the 49ers gives him a great opportunity to win a Super Bowl.

Seahawks free agents are seeing the benefits of winning a Super Bowl.

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5 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. jerruhjones says: Mar 14, 2014 8:31 AM

    How does Kiper remain employed?

  2. jpaq68 says: Mar 14, 2014 8:38 AM

    “I wanted to be a Bill” – the six saddest words ever posted on the internet

  3. pologroundsvet says: Mar 14, 2014 9:02 AM

    Low class move, the way the Giants treated Justin Tuck. Am in my 63rd year of going to Giants games and spend an awful lot of money on my 10 tickets each year; not to mention the PSLs. For the first time I’m ashamed of them. If it was time to cut him, I understand that. But this was uncharacteristically done with no class at all. Tuck deserved better and the legendary Mara name (along with Tisch) deserved better. As far as I’m concerned, the ice under Mr. Reece is getting awfully thin.

  4. detectivejimmymcnulty says: Mar 14, 2014 9:36 AM

    Tuck got what he deserved. How would cutting him be any more classy? That makes 0 sense. He had like 8 of his sacks against Washington last year.

  5. seaeagle707 says: Mar 14, 2014 4:14 PM

    How many of the ESPN faithful, swooned over the witty pronouncement of their carefully coifed prognosticator?

    They cut Weeden and Campbell, so yes I, even I, think that there’s just the slightest possibility that the Browns “might” need another QB.

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