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Monday morning one-liners


Bills wide receivers coach Rob Moore remembers his friend Pat Tillman on Memorial Day.

The Dolphins offense will be taking some pages from the Eagles’ playbook.

Will the Patriots keep three quarterbacks?

Breaking down the Jets’ rookie contracts.

A charity kickball game was on Ravens S Matt Elam’s agenda this weekend.

What will Bengals WR A.J. Green’s next contract look like?

The Browns are taking things slow with WR Miles Austin.

Steelers DT Daniel McCullers wants to be more than just a big body.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle grades the Texans well as he revisits the 2011 draft.

Colts K Adam Vinatieri’s family ties to the military hit home on Memorial Day.

Ace Sanders likes the Jaguars receiving corps.

Broncos WR Isaiah Burse is hoping to follow in teammate Wes Welker’s footsteps.

Chiefs T Laurent Duvernay-Tardif handled rookie minicamp well.

Bo Jackson pops up in a look at the Raiders’ old days.

Looking back at the week that was for the Chargers.

Projecting the Cowboys defensive starters for next season.

Giants DT Jay Bromley feels he’s overcome the obstacles of his past by making it to the NFL.

The offseason is a time for the Eagles coaching staff to shine.

Redskins RB Lache Seastrunk doesn’t think he has any weaknesses.

Bears T Jermon Bushrod will be raising money for his foundation with a golf tournament.

G Rodney Austin has taken some first-team reps with the Lions.

The undrafted rookies with the Packers aren’t discouraged by the long odds against them making the team.

How will Anthony Barr fit into the Vikings defense?

Falcons T Jake Matthews takes pride in his run blocking.

Wide receivers coach Ricky Proehl likes what he’s seen from Panthers first-round pick Kelvin Benjamin.

Said Saints QB Drew Brees of the start of OTAs, “We’ve been working out in the weight room long enough. It’s time to get to … some actual football.”

The Buccaneers are reaching out to the youngest members of the community.

The Cardinals are feeling at home in Bruce Arians’ offense.

A look at spots on the Rams roster that could be open to rookies.

T Luke Marquardt isn’t giving up on football after being waived by the 49ers.

The Seahawks helped FB Derrick Coleman raise awareness of the deaf community.

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5 Responses to “Monday morning one-liners”
  1. bornahawker says: May 26, 2014 10:10 AM

    Barr will fit perfectly in the hit, miss, chase type defense everyone in the team plays except chad greenway and he is passed his prime. Go hawks!

  2. packhawk04 says: May 26, 2014 1:16 PM

    Greenway never really had much of a prime. Last year he looked like a 75 year old confused man out there. Hes never been able to cover, but he was embarrassing.

  3. squishman says: May 26, 2014 2:09 PM

    Last year was an aberration for Chad Greenway. He was trying to cover for terrible play by Erin Henderson. Now that Henderson has been cut from the team, Greenway can focus on his position again.

  4. htown995 says: May 26, 2014 6:57 PM

    All minnesota needs to worry about is putting points on the scoreboard and finding someone to replace jared allen it will be 3 to 5 years until they win more than 7 games again enjoy the bottom of nfc north

  5. kev86 says: May 27, 2014 7:21 AM

    Read the Bromley story. Hope this kid continues to grow. He’s already made it big time.

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