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Thursday morning one-liners

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Bills G Richie Incognito became a feel-good story this season (proving what short memories people have).

Former Dolphins assistant Jim Turner hired at the University of Cincinnati (see what we mean?).

Are the Patriots completely focused on the Chiefs?

Jets G.M. Mike Maccagnan has a lot on his plate this offseason.

The Ravens are banking on continuity of their coaching staff.

A look at the Bengals’ options for a new offensive coordinator.

New Browns coach Hue Jackson says he likes challenges, making him last night’s true Powerball winner.

The Steelers are confident they can win even if WR Antonio Brown doesn’t play.

Texans owner Bob McNair offered few specifics about RB Arian Foster.

It was a rough year for Colts pass-catchers.

The Jaguars are pinning their future on a young core of skill players.

The Titans are ramping up their coaching search with a G.M. hire apparently near.

Broncos players admit looking past the Colts last year.

Chiefs coordinator Doug Pederson says he can divide his attention between current jobs and future ones.

Uncertainty about the Raiders’ future created a ripple effect in the Bay Area.

Chargers fans in San Diego enjoyed a brief celebration.

The Cowboys want to keep their coaching staff intact.

The Giants have done OK with hires that didn’t look like splashes at first.

The Eagles apparently made a late run at Hue Jackson.

A look at five guys who probably won’t be back in Washington.

New Bears coordinator Dowell Loggains’ relationship with QB Jay Cutler was a key for him.

Former Lions OL Michael Williams is making the most of his fresh start.

The Packers are getting healthier, which they needed.

Vikings G Mike Harris is eager to stay put.

A look at whether the Falcons should make a run at Robert Griffin III.

Panthers QB Cam Newton is Russell Wilson’s pick for MVP.

Saints QB Drew Brees has “multiple” years ahead of him, according to Sean Payton.

Buccaneers G.M. Jason Licht has inspired confidence in his colleagues.

The Cardinals’ new¬†emphasis on scouting has paid off for them.

Rams DE Chris Long is an American hero.

The 49ers are on the fringes of the latest run of hirings.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is excited about going back to L.A.

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4 Responses to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. mgs2277 says: Jan 14, 2016 9:04 AM

    I think the “feel good” about Incognito comes from people having long memories, and this guy saying and doing the right things to atone for his past issues, whether they were real or perceived. If he slips again, he’s TOAST. But if he stays a solid citizen, it’s a great redemption story.

  2. dreemeagle says: Jan 14, 2016 11:29 AM

    Incognito shouldn’t even be in te league–period;

    he could save half a dozen kids and their mother from an overturned van on fire at the edge of a river down a cliff and it wouldn’t matter;

    the fact that he not only is but is being touted as some kind of supposed “feel-good story” by the league only further underscores the NFL tacit approval of the kind of behaviour in the recent Bengals-Steelers game Incognito’s recent past only mirrors;

    no other place of employment on this Earth–save the cleveland and Ferguson and NY PDs–not even MLB, would’ve tolerated his behaviour, let alone re-hired him;

    this is not at all the NFL i was once a fan of…

  3. cuda1234 says: Jan 14, 2016 12:10 PM

    Incognito deserves some love after what the media did to him in Miami. His teammates never turned on him because they don’t think he did anything wrong. Unfortunately, the front office caved to the media hysteria and drove him out of town, leaving the ‘Fins with no guards and another crappy season. Well, done, Dolphins, well done!

  4. fanofpft says: Jan 14, 2016 6:30 PM

    It wasn’t just bullygate in Miami. I get tired of repeating myself. Google it.

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