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Friday morning one-liners

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Former Bills LB Shane Conlan has been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Are there three starters in the Dolphins’ draft class?

The Patriots signed DB Daxton Swanson and DL L.T. Tuipulotu while parting ways with DB Jeremy Deering and WR Greg Orton.

Jets S Antonio Allen isn’t concerned about the arrival of rookie Calvin Pryor.

Undrafted cornerbacks are pushing to make the Ravens roster.

How much will the Bengals use RB Giovani Bernard as a receiver?

Tashaun Gipson sees the potential for improvement in the Browns secondary.

Steelers G Ramon Foster leads without being a team captain.

Getting to know Texans rookie FB Jay Prosch.

The Colts’ offseason work hasn’t drawn much praise.

Assessing QB Blake Bortleschances of starting for the Jaguars this season.

Jets RB Chris Johnson is looking forward to facing the Titans this season.

The return of S Quinton Carter, LB Lerentee McCray and DE Quanterus Smith gives the Broncos some extra depth.

A look at how things have changed at cornerback for the Chiefs.

Previewing the competition for receiving jobs with the Raiders.

The Chargers signed G Chris Watts after the undrafted rookie impressed at a tryout.

Zack Martin hopes the Cowboys are building an offensive line like the one they had in the 1990s.

Are the Giants all set at tight end?

Eagles K Casey Spear enjoys having the nickname “Murderleg.”

RB Alfred Morris is starting to feel like a veteran.

Dropping his responsibilities with the offensive line will allow Aaron Kromer to focus fully on being the Bears’ offensive coordinator.

Lions WR Ryan Broyles says he isn’t scared of competition for slot receiver snaps.

LB Adrian Hubbard has no regrets about leaving college early despite going undrafted and signing with the Packers.

A urinal trough from the Metrodome could be this year’s Father’s Day gift.

A closer look at Falcons T Jake Matthews‘ rookie contract.

A stacked receiver group at his high school pushed Bene’ Benwikere to cornerback and, eventually, the Panthers.

T Tavon Rooks took the long road to the Saints.

The Buccaneers haven’t forgotten about TE Tim Wright.

LB Kevin Minter is going to get his shot with the Cardinals this year.

Said DB Lamarcus Joyner, “All I know right now is I’m a second-round draft pick for the St. Louis Rams, and whatever Coach wants me to do, I’m going to do it. If I have to pack on 100 pounds and move to offensive guard, I’m going to do it. I’m going to do whatever I need to do to help the organization.”

49ers RB Marcus Lattimore says he’s no longer stressing about his surgically-repaired knee.

A look at how things stack up at running back for the Seahawks.

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3 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. realitycheckbaby says: May 23, 2014 8:54 AM

    This makes me laugh.

    Let’s see…

    1. Lynch’s YPC are down.
    2. Turbin is one of the worst backups on the NFL.
    3. Christine, the fastest and biggest back they have and the heir apparent, wasn’t even on the active roster much of last season with 18 carries while they groom him.
    4. The offensive line was hurt much of last season.
    5. Defenses didn’t have to worry too much about the deep ball so they stacked the line.
    6. Hawks added speed and size at receiver and should be 100 times better.
    7. Oh yeah, and last year the Hawks led the NFL in rushing and won the SB.

    Ha ha ha ha

    Good luck.

  2. ghostof34 says: May 23, 2014 10:46 AM

    Slow down, one Superbowl in a franhcise’s history does not create a Dynasty.
    Added speed and size at WR ? 100 times better? Who? They signed no names except for re-signing Sindey Rice who has really done nothing great, since he played with Favre. He’s not a stud #1. He’s a #1 on the Seahawks but on teams that have an actual #1, he’s a 2. Some teams he’d be a 3. You got Doug Baldwin (who cares) and Jermaine Kearse (care even less.) Percy Harvin is your best threat at WR and he’s #3 and part time RB.
    Golden Tate WAS your best WR and he was ranked as the 46th WR in the NFL for 2013, Baldwin was 75th, and Kearse 184th (Lynch was 124th)…so 100 times better?? That’s what is laughable–get a hold of yourself.
    Settle for better. Although who knows if they will be…right now the Seahawks WR crew, minus Percy Harvin–who is a special football player–are just some guys.

  3. norcalsportsknowledge says: May 23, 2014 2:16 PM

    Ouch! Looks like someone just got a reality check baby!!

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