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Sunday morning one-liners

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LB Brandon Spikes‘ role was one of the things the Bills learned at OTAs this week.

The Dolphins have become partners with the Bahamas.

Said Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo of Tom Brady, “Getting to know him, he’s a good guy on and off the field. Very competitive, just like me. But he’s willing to help me.”

The Jets didn’t spend a lot on signing bonuses for undrafted free agents.

Winning the Super Bowl has upped Ravens WR Jacoby Jones‘ profile in his hometown of New Orleans.

The Bengals waived DT Ogemdi Nwagbuo late last week.

Browns QB Johnny Manziel will throw out the first pitch at an Indians game this week.

A 2008 commencement speech by Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has been named one of the best ever given by NPR.

Texans DE Jadeveon Clowney is happy to mix the business of football with the playing of football.

Colts QB Andrew Luck will have to wait to see himself on a video game box cover.

The Jaguars have introduced the Otto position to their defensive alignment.

Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt took part in a 5K run organized by the team.

Will the Broncos try to add a veteran player in the backfield?

Chiefs coach Andy Reid was back in Philadelphia to give a speech at the Wharton School of Business.

DE LaMarr Woodley expects to bounce back to form now that he’s with the Raiders.

Chargers C Nick Hardwick got a bigger than expected turnout for a 5K he helped organize to benefit a center for abused and neglected children.

Cowboys DE Jeremy Mincey took a tour of AT&T Stadium with his family.

The Giants hope undrafted rookie TE Xavier Grimble will recapture the early promise of his college days.

Said Eagles QB Matt Barkley, “I feel like I got more torque, more velocity on the ball. I feel confident in being able to put it anywhere I need to.”

Five takeaways from the first week of Redskins OTAs.

The Brandon Marshall Mental Health Awareness motorcycle ride was on Saturday and the Bears receiver was there to kick it off.

DE Devin Taylor appears set for an expanded role with the Lions.

Packers RB DuJuan Harris feels ready to make up for lost time.

Vikings DT Tom Johnson has played everywhere in his journey to the NFL.

Offensive line coach Mike Tice likes what he’s seen at Falcons practices thus far.

Panthers WR Jerricho Cotchery has drawn strength from surviving a serious car accident.

Saints T Jason Weaver says going winless in his final college season prepared him for anything.

Said Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy, “We’re an up-field, penetrating defense now. We don’t sit on the line and wait on nobody. They have to adjust to how we play. And that’s the freedom we’re talking about.”

Jay Feely is not planning on losing the Cardinals’ kicking competition.

How is the Rams offensive line shaping up?

49ers LB Michael Wilhoite is prepared to compete with Chris Borland for playing time while NaVorro Bowman is out of the lineup.

Lane Kiffin shares his thoughts on whether Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has things in common with Alabama coach Nick Saban.

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1 Response to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. nfloracle says: Jun 1, 2014 10:46 AM

    That was a good article about Jerricho Cotchery and the upcoming season. After reading that piece I’m starting to feel a little better about Carolina and Gettleman’s decisions. Maybe the Panthers will surprise a lot of people (including me) again this year. And this is the first time I’ve read that Steve Smith was pulling a Favre and was unwilling to help younger receivers learn how to really play the game. If that’s true, Gettleman’s decision to let Smith go makes sense.

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