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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett says that QB E.J. Manuel has “gotten so much more comfortable.”

Dolphins rookie WR Jarvis Landry is picking things up quickly.

Said Patriots WR Danny Amendola of working with Tom Brady, “The more experience you get with each other, the more you’re on the same page, the more you just feel each other out there. We’re just trying to maximize that and go from there.”

RB Chris Ivory is likely to handle short yardage duties for the Jets.

Starbucks gift cards are helping build chemistry in the Ravens passing game.

The Bengals hope that dealing with aches and pains now lead to better health in the future.

Browns T Joe Thomas compared QB Brian Hoyer to Tom Brady.

Rookie LB Ryan Shazier continues to impress the Steelers.

The Texans like what they’ve seen from WR Keshawn Martin.

Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star doubts that the NFL will issue much discipline to Colts owner Jim Irsay.

TE Clay Harbor is battling a calf injury at Jaguars camp.

Titans QB Jake Locker thought the offense had its best day of camp on Monday.

RB Montee Ball is working on being a tougher runner for the Broncos.

Chiefs LB Nico Johnson has lost weight in hopes of having a better season than he had last year.

Raiders T Menelik Watson is healthy and aiming for a starting job.

Rookie G Chris Watt continues to work with the Chargers first team.

How are things shaping up at receiver for the Cowboys?

The Giants keep trying to find ways to get the light to turn on for TE Adrien Robinson.

Eagles CB Cary Williams has set a goal of making the Pro Bowl.

LB Trent Murphy is angling for a role on the Redskins defense as a rookie.

Bears LB Lance Briggs wants to retire without playing for another team.

Lions LB Kyle Van Noy is recovering from a minor thumb injury.

Rookie TE Richard Rodgers has done well in Packers camp.

Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph says he won’t lose his hunger after signing an extension.

Tempers boiled over at Falcons practice on Monday.

Said Panthers WR Tiquan Underwood of his hair, “After having a helmet on for so long I do have to adjust it a little bit. But it stays up there pretty good.”

Holding Saints camp in West Virginia is making stars out of beat writers.

CB Anthony Gaitor is back with the Buccaneers.

The Cardinals aren’t worried about DT Dan Williams‘ knee.

Rams P Johnny Hekker hopes to build on last year’s success.

The 49ers won’t do as much flying this year as they did last year.

Will this year’s emphasis on defensive holding and illegal contact hurt the Seahawks?

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. r8dernation says: Jul 29, 2014 8:26 AM

    Amendola shouldn’t give interviews. He’s likely to get injured turning away from the reporter after the interview.

  2. hansenbrothers says: Jul 29, 2014 8:30 AM

    I’m glad the league is finally gonna flag the “legion of pass interference and holding,” it’s about time.

  3. simonator917 says: Jul 29, 2014 4:33 PM

    The Bucs have a player named Gaitor? Seriously? And he plays in the state with the FL Everglades? Perfect name!

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