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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Said LB Brandon Spikes of signing with the Bills, “I get to be reunited with the great Pepper Johnson, so I was definitely happy about that, and they’re doing great things. He’s a great coach and a great inspiration to the game. He loves the game. He’s definitely what I want to be down the road. He’s a legendary ballplayer and coach. He just knows the game, and I respect him as a man and as a coach.”

The details of CB Cortland Finnegan’s contract show how committed the Dolphins are to him in 2014.

CB Brandon Browner is excited by the prospect of teaming up with Darrelle Revis.

Jets G.M. John Idzik’s negotiating style is coming in for some criticism.

A call for Ravens QB Joe Flacco to raise his game in 2014.

Bengals LB Vinny Rey agreed to a two-year contract while serving as RB Cedric Peerman’s groomsman.

Browns G.M. Ray Farmer was at Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater’s pro day, but neither offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan nor quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains joined him.

A look at the Steelers depth chart a week into free agency.

C Chris Myers said that locker room culture with the Texans doesn’t cross the line into hazing or bullying.

Will Indianapolis’ bid for the Super Bowl in 2018 be hurt by Colts owner Jim Irsay’s arrest?

The Jaguars website takes a close look at Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater.

How will LB Wesley Woodyard fit into the Titans defense?

C Will Montgomery’s visit with the Broncos ended without a contract.

DT Vance Walker is looking forward to his role in the Chiefs’ pass rush.

Said Raiders WR James Jones, “I truly believe the young guys are going to watch what I do before they listen to anything I say. I’m going to come in here and lead by example. If they have any questions, I’m going to do my best to help them out.”

RB Donald Brown said it was an easy decision to sign with the Chargers.

The Cowboys and DE Jared Allen dined together on Monday night as Allen’s free agent visit continued in Dallas.

CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has intercepted new Giants teammate Eli Manning more than any other quarterback.

Does the return of S Nate Allen affect the Eagles’ draft plans?

Robert Griffin III and Redskins pass catchers will work out together in Arizona next week.

P Drew Butler sees a great opportunity with the Bears.

Alabama S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix visited with the Lions.

Packers defensive line coach Mike Trgovac was a fan of Julius Peppers before Peppers joined the team.

Kevin Williams received the 2013 Ed Block Courage Award for the Vikings as his tenure with the team comes to an apparent end.

Louisville DE Marcus Smith will visit with the Falcons.

The Panthers are looking at a diminished free agent market at wide receiver.

An argument that T Zach Strief’s new deal with the Saints is a win for both player and team.

Buccaneers DE Michael Johnson thinks he’ll be allowed to be more aggressive in 2014.

Thriftiness has been a Cardinals trait in free agency this year.

The Rams missed out on QB Shaun Hill the first time they tried to sign him.

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh had a push-up contest with a walrus.

Larry Stone of the Seattle Times thinks the Seahawks look fine despite losing several players to free agency.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. shorttracknews says: Mar 18, 2014 1:35 PM

    Said LB Brandon Spikes of signing with the Bills, “I get to be reunited with the great Pepper Johnson, so I was definitely happy about that, and they’re doing great things. He’s a great coach and a great inspiration to the game. He loves the game. He’s definitely what I want to be down the road. He’s a legendary ballplayer and coach. He just knows the game, and I respect him as a man and as a coach.”

    Longest one liner in history…

  2. seaeagle707 says: Mar 18, 2014 3:49 PM

    I understand Pete and John’s philosophy in allowing so many free agents to walk. But they should understand it too, that many fans get emotionally attached to players, especially the better ones. When they walk, those fans have trouble dealing with it, equating the losses with those of family members. So the guiding lights of the Hawks, will be criticized, unjustly perhaps, but criticized nonetheless. Get used to the free agent exodus out of Seattle, Hawk’s fans, its likely to become an annual event.

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