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Sunday morning one-liners

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QB Jeff Tuel is making a push for the No. 2 job with the Bills.

The Dolphins have asked some of their former players to share their insights with the current roster.

Patriots TE Asa Watson has gotten a lot of pointers from his brother and fellow NFL TE Benjamin Watson.

Rich Cimini of ESPN.com expects the Jets to make a run at signing DE Muhammad Wilkerson to an extension before the start of the season.

Ravens DE Brent Urban made a quick recovery from ankle surgery.

The Bengals hope to see growth from DE Margus Hunt this season.

CB Leon McFadden is ready for a fight for playing time at Browns camp.

Former Steelers P Josh Miller wrote a book about traveling the country to watch games at Steelers bars.

NT Jerrell Powe was happy to see T David Quessenberry at Texans practice this week.

Colts coach Chuck Pagano is making the rounds to talk about his new book.

Jaguars T Luke Joeckel says former college teammate Johnny Manziel is all about football when it is time to play football.

The Titans website looks back at the top highlights of minicamp.

Orlando Franklin had to deal with initial disappointment when the Broncos moved him to guard.

A call for the Chiefs to put RB De’Anthony Thomasspeed to use on offense this season.

Things have been looking up for Raiders coach Dennis Allen this offseason.

Chargers rookies showed off their baseball skills while throwing out first pitches at a Padres game.

David Moore of the Dallas Morning News writes that WR Dez Bryant is showing the Cowboys he should get a new contract.

The Giants hope eating better leads to playing better.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly has been “kind of partially amazed” by what Carlos Villanueva has done at practice after spending the last four years as an Army Ranger with three tours in Afghanistan.

Is WR Santana Moss a lock to make the Redskins?

Consistency was LS Patrick Mannelly’s calling card during his long run with the Bears.

Lions WR Golden Tate thinks former teammate Richard Sherman earned his spot on the cover of a video game.

The Packers are using GPS as one of their training and conditioning tools.

Baseball isn’t one of Vikings LB Anthony Barr’s hidden talents.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan likes what he’s seen from the offensive line this spring.

WR Kealoha Pilares‘ return skills will give him a boost making the Panthers roster.

Saints quarterbacks keep busy finding ways to compete with one another at practice.

The Buccaneers website compares members of the team to members of the U.S. men’s soccer team.

The Cardinals feel they’ve seen positive strides from T Bobby Massie.

Said Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer of QB Sam Bradford, “We weren’t sure how much of this stuff he’d get. The fact that he’s been out here and getting work has been good for us.”

A few storylines to follow when the 49ers get back to work at camp.

Right tackle might be the most competitive spot at Seahawks camp.

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2 Responses to “Sunday morning one-liners”
  1. kj777 says: Jun 22, 2014 12:13 PM

    Read the article on Raiders coach Dennis Allen. As head couch the previous 2 seasons he was 4 & 12.
    The article points out how happy he is with this roster. Hey he is 4 & 12…he should be happy he STILL has a job…earning a million dollars! I cant think of any other coach that went 4 & 12 two seasons in a row and kept his job. Is there another coach? Hey if I went 4 & 12 in Pop Warner I’d be gone. Can anyone please explain this to me. I mean his teams didn’t even look competitive.

  2. nativeraider says: Jun 22, 2014 12:33 PM

    Read the article on Raiders coach Dennis Allen. As head couch the previous 2 seasons he was 4 & 12.
    The article points out how happy he is with this roster. Hey he is 4 & 12…he should be happy he STILL has a job…earning a million dollars! I cant think of any other coach that went 4 & 12 two seasons in a row and kept his job. Is there another coach? Hey if I went 4 & 12 in Pop Warner I’d be gone. Can anyone please explain this to me. I mean his teams didn’t even look competitive.

    Im thinking if Allen fails and gets fired they will look at coaches like Gruden or Harbaugh next year. Harbaughs obviously on shaky ground with the 9ers and Harbaugh started out as a Raider assistant. Makes sense. So he succeed or we can get Gruden who would love to coach a young QB like Carr.

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