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Wednesday morning one-liners

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The Bills want to add some big targets to their offense.

Could Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier be a first-round option of the Dolphins?

Vince Wilfork is back with the Patriots, but he won’t be around forever. So defensive tackle is a need in New England.

Dee Milliner sees himself as the Jets’ top cornerback.

Former Ravens great Jonathan Ogden is getting into the medical marijuana business.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis doesn’t think he needs to find a lot of Day One starters in the draft.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer is publishing a mock draft with the Browns taking Johnny Manziel, despite Jay Glazer’s report that Manziel isn’t an option at No. 4.

Would the Steelers be better off drafting a wide receiver or a cornerback?

ESPN’s Chris Berman and Texans coach Bill O’Brien have a connection through their alma mater, Brown.

Will the Colts draft a safety?

Frank Frangie is the new play-by-play announcer for the Jaguars’ radio broadcasts.

The Titans are expected to draft a quarterback at some point, but whether it’s in the first round is the big question in Tennessee.

The Broncos may trade up to draft an inside linebacker.

Chiefs G.M. John Dorsey embraces technology to help in his personnel work.

Said Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie of how scouting has changed, “When I started we didn’t have cell phones. There was no texting. Everything was more word of mouth. You can access it better now. It’s more in-depth and you’re going to get it more quickly now.”

Chargers DE Corey Liuget promises this about San Diego’s defense: “People aren’t going to want to play us. It’s just going to be scary. It’s going to be very scary.”

Cowboys CB Brandon Carr says Dallas has a ton of talent no one knows about.

This is a critical draft for Giants G.M. Jerry Reese.

The Eagles would love to add an edge rusher, but this may not be a great draft for them to do it.

Washington G.M. Bruce Allen would rather take the best player available than address a specific need.

Although he’s no longer on the Bears, QB Josh McCown was given the team’s Piccolo Award.

UCLA pass rusher Anthony Barr could be an option for the Lions at No. 10.

In nine years running the Packers’ drafts, Ted Thompson has never drafted a Wisconsin Badger.

Said Vikings G.M. Rick Spielman, “If I can see there’s depth if we drop back X amount of spots, we’re still going to get a good football player, I would love to do that and pick up extra picks if I can.”

The Falcons would have to give up a fortune to move up to No. 1 for Jadeveon Clowney.

Panthers fans, Ben Roethlisberger says your team got a great player when it signed WR Jerricho Cotchery.

The Saints may add WR Marqise Lee, at least if this mock draft is right.

Derrick Brooks says the Buccaneers got the right coach when they hired Lovie Smith.

Would the Cardinals and the 49ers both agree to swap their first-round picks?

Here’s a look at the worst draft picks in Rams history.

TCU cornerback Jason Verrett has a connection to 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.

The draft is Seahawks G.M. John Schneider’s time to shine.

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3 Responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. joetoronto says: May 7, 2014 8:10 AM

    Chargers DE Corey Liuget promises this about San Diego’s defense: “People aren’t going to want to play us. It’s just going to be scary. It’s going to be very scary.”

    Wow! Even for a Charger, this guy is delusional.

  2. touchdownroddywhite says: May 7, 2014 8:22 AM

    As a Falcons fan, I’d be utterly pissed if the team gave up two #1′s, along with this years second and third round picks to trade up for Clowney. I mean absolutely livid.

  3. tennesseeoilers says: May 7, 2014 9:03 AM

    If the Texans take Mack with the #1 pick as more and more folks expect them to, then Atlanta won’t have to give up as much to get Clowney (trade up to #2).

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