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Sunday morning one-liners

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The latest defensive change doesn’t have to be a negative for the Bills.

Dolphins DT Jared Odrick will miss his old friend Mark Sanchez.

The Patriots still have needs, particularly for pass-rushers, if they want to compete in the arms race.

The one big downside to Michael Vick signing with the Jets is a whole new group of people who feel compelled to listen to his unsuccessful little brother.

The Ravens could get into the mix for RB LeGarrette Blount.

The Bengals have the kinds of RBs to work into their passing game.

The Browns unorthodox approach to QBs isn’t a cause for concern, at least not yet.

The James Harrison-back-to-Steelers movement is gaining momentum.

It’s hard to believe Texans DE J.J. Watt is only 25.

Colts CB Vontae Davis has the second-highest cap charge on the team this year.

The Jaguars hope moving DT Ziggy Hood back to his natural position will pay off.

The Titans are excited about the versatility of free agent pickup Dexter McCluster.

Some young Broncos players will have to step up.

Don’t expect the Chiefs to trade for DeSean Jackson.

The Raiders have a starting QB now, but they have options for the future, as well.

The Chargers are obviously looking at pass-rushers as they prepare for the draft.

The Cowboys are looking longer and harder at age an injuries when making decisions.

The Giants have stepped out of character this offseason, and it might be what they needed.

Some in Philadelphia are already missing Vick.

Redskins G.M. Bruce Allen thinks the team may have gotten complacent last year.

Many already think the Bears would be a good fit for former Jets QB Mark Sanchez.

The Lions continue to sniff around for secondary help.

The Packers figure to add some extra draft picks this week.

Former Vikings coach Bud Grant has some theories on how to keep the game fresh (if not safer).

The Falcons will have a private workout with UCLA OLB Anthony Barr.

The lack of line additions could point to the Panthers trying RT Byron Bell on the left.

Saints P Thomas Morstead is lighter today, for a good cause.

All the new faces have created plenty of optimism for the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals think RB Jonathan Dwyer can earn some tough yards for them.

The Rams know that years of potential have to pay off with something this year.

Interest in return options creates questions for 49ers RB LaMichael James.

Picking last in the first round, the attempts to mock the Seahawks draft are all over the place.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. seaeagle707 says: Mar 23, 2014 2:27 PM

    I think that macho man Sanchez, needs to visit an eye doctor for an exam. (I’m serious.) He reminds me of Charlie Sheen’s character in “Major League”, who literally couldn’t see the batters to throw to them.

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