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Tuesday morning one-liners

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The 10 most significant moves of the Bills offseason.

Memorial Day has a special meaning to Dolphins WR Rishard Matthews.

Dante Scarnecchia has retired as the Patriots’ offensive line coach, but he still helped them prepare for the draft this year.

Jets WR Stephen Hill says he’s made great strides this offseason.

DL Brandon Williams is focused on finding a role on the Ravens defense.

Four things to watch during Bengals OTAs.

LB Christian Kirksey fits more than one of the Browns’ defensive needs.

Said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin of the team’s rookies playing large roles, “It’s not something that’s going to be given to them. They’ll be given an opportunity to earn it.”

The Texans spent time with the men and women at Fort Sam Houston and Fort Hood over Memorial Day weekend.

Health is one of the big questions facing the Colts as OTAs get going.

The final spots on the Jaguars’ receiving depth chart should be hotly contested.

Five Titans on the spot as the offseason rolls on.

Broncos RB Montee Ball discussed his high expectations for his second season.

Chiefs WR Albert Wilson made a lot of big plays during his collegiate career.

Said Raiders coach Dennis Allen of the team’s veteran free agent additions, “We brought these players in primarily because they’re good football players, but secondarily, they’ve been great leaders on the teams that they came from.”

The Chargers are emphasizing pursuit responsibilities for their defensive players.

Will the Cowboys delve into the trade market before the regular season?

Giants CB Prince Amukamara was an enthusiastic guest at a bar mitzvah over the weekend.

Eagles LB Connor Barwin didn’t take much time off this offseason.

The Redskins will get a better idea of their roster’s abilities with OTAs getting underway.

Defense will be the main focus during Bears OTAs.

TE Eric Ebron and LB Kyle Van Noy will have to earn their reps at Lions practice.

Playing in Division II didn’t hurt WR Jeff Janis with the Packers.

Vikings WR Greg Jennings turned in one of NFL Network’s top 100 plays of the 2013 season.

Falcons RB Devonta Freeman showed good receiving skills at Florida State.

Wide receivers will be watched closely during Panthers OTAs.

Saints WR Kenny Stills wants to avoid the sophomore slump.

DE Adrian Clayborn’s future with the Buccaneers may not be that long.

Said former Cardinals QB Jake Plummer, “I think they should celebrate that ’98 season and those players, making the playoffs. There would be no stadium right now, I don’t think, without that season. Who knows if they would even be in the Valley?”

Rams rookie RB Trey Watts wants to get out of his father’s shadow.

Assessing the 49ers offensive line in the present and future.

A handful of questions for the Seahawks to answer during OTAs.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. tinytoolalldrool says: May 27, 2014 8:55 AM

    Mike Tomlin is a God.

  2. bradyisyourdaddy says: May 27, 2014 9:41 AM

    Bill Belichick >Mike Tomlin

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