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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills coach Doug Marrone of WR Sammy Watkins, “For me I would say that I thought after having watched him now for a couple days, my assessment of him is that he probably has better hand-eye coordination that I thought coming in.”

The Dolphins promoted Joe Schoen to director of player personnel.

Ty Law is the latest player voted into the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Jets G Willie Colon has been added to the Bronx Walk of Fame.

Ravens RB Lorenzo Taliaferro appreciates the chance to continue playing football after academic problems got in the way in high school.

The foundation run by Bengals coach Marvin Lewis had a big night on Saturday.

Tracking the departures from the Browns since the end of last season.

OL Chris Elkins faces long odds when it comes to making the Steelers, but he’s faced them before.

The Texans signed WR Lacoltan Bester and DE Julius Warmsley while parting ways with T Chris Martin, WR Andy Cruse, DL Tyrone Ezell and WR Nathan Slaughter.

Former Colts C Jeff Saturday is assisting Indianapolis’ bid for the 2018 Super Bowl.

Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis takes pride in doing several things well on the field.

Previewing the competition for the Titans’ kicking job.

The Broncos are giving CB Bradley Roby a clean slate.

Chiefs wide receivers paid a visit to Operation Breakthrough in Kansas City.

How will WR Greg Little fit with the Raiders?

Chargers G Chris Watt delivers big hits with a smile.

A negative review of the Cowboys’ decision to pick DE DeMarcus Lawrence.

Breaking down tape of Giants S Nat Berhe.

The Eagles like the athleticism of rookie DT Beau Allen.

RB Lache Seastrunk is confident that his receiving ability will help the Redskins.

The Bears were happy with a “more physical” rookie minicamp.

Lions WR Corey Fuller hopes to face off against his brother, Bears CB Kyle Fuller, this season.

A look at some scout opinions of Packers TE Colt Lyerla.

What do undrafted rookies have to do to impress Vikings coach Mike Zimmer?

Falcons LB Yamin Smallwood isn’t focused on slipping in the draft.

Panthers LB Luke Kuechly enjoyed a night spent with NASCAR.

Saints P Thomas Morstead has started a clothing line to benefit charity.

Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com reports that Buccaneers WR Mike Evans had a “stellar” rookie minicamp.

Cardinals TE Jake Ballard is still working to restart his NFL career after a severe knee injury.

Examining why the Rams are usually one of the slower teams when it comes to signing draft picks.

49ers WR Stevie Johnson is looking forward to matchups with the Seahawks.

A prediction that five starters will emerge from the Seahawks’ draft class.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. r8dernation says: May 20, 2014 8:36 AM

    Hey, Little, you might not even make the team, “beleedat” yourself!

  2. tennesseeoilers says: May 20, 2014 10:08 AM

    “A prediction that five starters will emerge from the Seahawks’ draft class.”

    If so, that’s huge … almost one fourth of their team. Enough to give the Seahawks a very different chemistry and make-up.

  3. winninaintsinnin says: May 20, 2014 6:01 PM

    Oops, sorry, it was 31-7 when Stevie caught his TD pass.

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