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Friday morning one-liners


Said Bills QB E.J. Manuel, “I definitely feel a lot better about my grasp of the offense. Sometimes that’s why I get frustrated because I know it’s there, I know it’s there, and if we have one misstep and it doesn’t complete, that’s frustrating.”

Dolphins CB Cortland Finnegan and S Louis Delmas are keeping the team loose during offseason workouts.

Patriots T Sebastian Vollmer’s recovery from a broken leg is going well.

LB Calvin Pace thinks the Jets are on track for a good year.

FB Kyle Juszczyk appears to have a role in the Ravens offense.

Mike Pollak’s versatility serves him well on the Bengals’ offensive line.

The Browns got their warning to stay out of trouble between now and training camp.

RB LeGarrette Blount has learned the differences between the Steelers and the Patriots this spring.

Texans WR Andre Johnson took in an NBA Finals game while remaining away from the team’s workouts.

The Colts have seen progress from LB Bjoern Werner.

Ziggy Hood’s new role with the Jaguars includes pass rush responsibilities.

With school over, RB Bishop Sankey has been able to get to work with the Titans.

Broncos LB Von Miller looks to Adrian Peterson for inspiration as he recovers from a torn ACL.

Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe boasts that he’s in the best shape of his life.

Is it time for the Raiders to extend C Stefen Wisniewski’s contract?

Chargers tackles King Dunlap and Mike Harris have both moved past injuries from last season.

Cowboys LB Sean Lee had surgery to repair his torn ACL on Thursday.

T Will Beatty expects to be cleared just before the Giants start camp.

Three candidates for breakout seasons on the Eagles offense.

The Redskins are looking for their offensive identity.

DT Jeremiah Ratliff is happy to be talking about Bears football after dealing with injuries.

Lions TE Brandon Pettigrew is testing out a new helmet.

WR Jarrett Boykin feels prepared for whatever challenge the Packers will throw at him.

The Vikings share some highlights from this week’s practices.

A negative take on the Falcons’ choice to appear on Hard Knocks.

RB Jonathan Stewart is healthy and ready to help the Panthers.

The Saints like what they’ve seen from WR Nick Toon.

The Buccaneers ended minicamp with a visit from an ice cream truck.

Said Cardinals QB Carson Palmer, “It’s gotten better. It did not ever get better last year. You see it on the field and in the film room, the strides that we’ve been making.”

CB Greg Reid has gone from jail to practicing with the Rams.

CB Chris Cook is getting time with the 49ers’ starting defense.

A look at how DT Kevin Williams might fit with the Seahawks.

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5 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. jpaq68 says: Jun 13, 2014 8:29 AM

    I wonder if that the dumbed down version of the offense the Bills put in for EJ halfway through the season last year or did they dumb it down even more for him this year.

  2. tennesseeoilers says: Jun 13, 2014 8:57 AM

    “RB Jonathan Stewart is healthy and ready to help the Panthers.”

    Can he play left tackle?

  3. realitycheckbaby says: Jun 13, 2014 9:04 AM


    Hawks massively upgrade their receiving corp and 49ers get worse in the weakest part of their defense.

  4. kgun80 says: Jun 13, 2014 10:22 AM

    Actually they added the whole playbook is in play for the Bills now. Keep hating! The Bills are not the same old Bills anymore can’t wait to see them shut up all the haters on this site !!

  5. bornahawker says: Jun 13, 2014 10:36 AM

    Stewart headline is an annual one. KW will just rotate in on hawks line, no worries

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