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Saturday morning one-liners

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The Patriots hope to reduce traffic at Gillette Stadium by building a private road for shuttling stadium workers from a separate parking lot.

The Bills could have had a downtown stadium seating 47,500 for only $17.63 million . . . in 1958.

Dolphins LB Jordan Tripp returns to Montana for a football camp on Monday.

Jets RT Breno Giacomini is hosting a youth football camp in Malden, Massachusetts.

If you’re really, really, really bored, you can play “Name that Shoe” at the Browns’ website.

The Steelers’ website takes a look back at the team’s Super Bowl X win over Dallas.

Here’s a look at the Ravens looking at the camera for NBC and CBS in-game head shots.

Despite making changes to the team’s locker room and related facilities, the Bengals will still have a basketball hoop for players.

Titans LB Kamerion Wimbley has expanded his ownership of restaurants by 100 percent.

Texans LB Jadeveon Clowney can’t wait to sack Andrew Luck.

Colts LB Josh McNary was a “cannon-cocker” in the U.S. Army.

Should there be optimism about the Jaguars’ pass rush?

A memorial softball tournament for late Chiefs RB Joe Delaney starts today in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Chargers LT D.J. Fluker hopes to have a career like Hall of Famer Walter Jones.  (So does every Chargers fan.)

Before RB Floyd Little invigorated the Broncos, they were in danger of moving to Birmingham.

The Raiders have blinked in the face of litigation, paying their cheerleaders $9 an hour for the first time.

Eagles DL Cedric Thornton still watches the playoff loss to the Saints; he believes Philly would have won that game nine out of 10 times.

The Cowboys are using some unconventional equipment to help players stretch.

Washington TE Logan Paulsen thinks Jimmy Graham is a tight end.

The Giants’ website looks at who will be the team’s primary punt returner.

Donovan McNabb isn’t a fan of the contract the Bears gave to QB Jay Cutler.

Packers DE Datone Jones expects to make a big impact in 2014; limited snaps kept him from doing much of anything as a rookie in 2013.

Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater looks forward to facing Arizona CB Patrick Peterson.

Lions TE Brandon Pettigrew doesn’t mind if he ends up blocking more in the team’s new offense.

Saints S Rafael Bush will bring his free youth football camp to Williston-Elko High School in South Carolina on July 12.

Former Buccaneers RB Earnest Graham was the keynote speaker at the James Brunson Youth Development Foundation, Inc., banquet on Friday in Fort Myers, Florida; Buffalo WR Sammy Watkins received an award at the event.

Even with LB Sean Weatherspoon done for the year, Falcons players are counting on him to keep providing leadership.

The group of NFL players descending on Naples, Florida for pre-training camp training includes Panthers LB Luke Kuechly.

Here’s a look at the top 10 position battles for the 49ers in camp.

Funding for the Cardinals stadium has gotten a little more complicated after an Arizona court ruled a rental-car tax used to generate revenue for sports facilities unconstitutional.

Rams rookie RB Tre Mason hopes to prove he can become the team’s starting tailback.

The Seahawks took something a lot better than the Grey Cup to Vancouver.

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5 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. alshonbrandontandem says: Jul 5, 2014 11:44 AM

    Another reason to hate Donovan McNabb

  2. luz56 says: Jul 5, 2014 11:48 AM

    McNabb not a huge fan of any QB earning any money… Your time in Washington and Minnesota really summed up the career didn’t it.. It was everyone else’s fault

  3. thegreatgabbert says: Jul 5, 2014 1:02 PM

    The Pats’ private road for shuttling stadium workers will be an enormous undertaking. It’s hundreds of miles to Panama.

  4. ttommytom says: Jul 5, 2014 2:40 PM

    Good move NOT building in downtown Buffalo.

  5. chargersdiehard says: Jul 5, 2014 5:28 PM

    If the Raiders pay their cheerleaders $9 an hour, their players should make $7.50 max.

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