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Friday morning one-liners

CINCINNATI, OH - OCTOBER 4:  Shawn Williams #36 of the Cincinnati Bengals attempts to tackle Jamaal Charles #25 of the Kansas City Chiefs during the second quarter of the game at Paul Brown Stadium on October 4, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images) Getty Images

Bills General Manager Doug Whaley says he doesn’t feel extra pressure to win this season.

The Dolphins may look for help at guard in the draft.

FB Glenn Gronkowski would love to make the Patriots a two Gronkowski team.

Bryce Petty will be in the mix for the No. 2 quarterback job with the Jets.

The Ravens are changing some of their training methods.

Said Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin, “I don’t think we lack team leadership or composure. I don’t think you get to 12-4 by lacking that. I think the folks that were involved at the end of the playoff game, and we’re just one of 31 teams that had a disappointing ending, but we had a disappointing ending, and the guys that are involved I think have spoken their piece on that.”

Browns QB Johnny Manziel’s name came up as Ohio Gov. John Kasich was leaving Thursday’s GOP debate.

Will Steelers WR Antonio Brown spend time dancing with stars?

Texans coach Bill O’Brien called QB Brian Hoyera tough guy.”

The Colts know they need better pass protection and better pass rush.

Defense is the focus of the offseason for the Jaguars.

LB Derrick Morgan might not be ready for Titans OTAs.

Should more of the Broncos from the 1990s be in the Hall of Fame?

The Chiefs still consider RB Jamaal Charles an “important piece” of their offense.

Raiders coach Jack Del Rio wants a better running game in 2016.

The Chargers will be in the market for some receiving help.

Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott is among the players the Cowboys have met with at the Combine.

The Giants are taking “extreme precaution” with TE Larry Donnell after last season’s neck injury.

Eagles TE Brent Celek is expanding his restaurant business in Philadelphia.

What can the Redskins do to create more cap room?

The Bears have had conversations with some quarterbacks in Indianapolis.

More is expected from Lions TE Eric Ebron next season.

There’s no concern that Packers QB Aaron Rodgers‘ preparations for 2016 will be compromised by his knee scope.

The Vikings are looking for a safety to pair with Harrison Smith.

Wide receivers are on the Falcons’ radar at the Combine.

Bene Benwikere could get a shot at outside cornerback for the Panthers in 2016.

The Saints haven’t made any official moves with WR Marques Colston yet.

The Buccaneers have a new equipment manager.

Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu is an example of why teams take risks on players with red flags in their background heading into the draft.

Los Angeles will be part of the Rams’ pitch to free agents.

Said 49ers coach Chip Kelly of the team’s preference for players with long arms, “We believe long levers are strong levers.”

The Seahawks say they won’t be rushing the return of TE Jimmy Graham.

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4 Responses to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. nhpats says: Feb 26, 2016 9:21 AM

    Jimmy Graham……worst trade in 2015….

  2. meximyke says: Feb 26, 2016 9:35 AM

    The Buccaneers just announced that Anus Jameis is the new equipment manager in TB!

  3. fanofpft says: Feb 26, 2016 11:19 AM

    The Dolphins may look for help at guard in the draft.

    They already used more than one 2nd and 3rd rounder picks it hasn’t worked. Use FA.

  4. vikings1234 says: Feb 26, 2016 2:29 PM

    “Bills General Manager Doug Whaley says he doesn’t feel extra pressure to win this season.”

    I’ll bet Rex just breathed a sigh of relief.

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