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Saturday one-liners

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It possibly will require a Harvard education to figure out the contractual value of Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Should the Bills prioritize their defensive line during the draft?

The Dolphins are still looking for guards.

Plenty of people have watched a video from Patriots QB Tom Brady introducing his new dog to the world.

The Ravens are confident that QB Joe Flacco will sign a contract that chops down his $28.55-million cap number.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis never considered quitting after his seventh straight playoff loss.

QB Connor Cook says it would be “surreal” to play for the Browns. (Other quarterbacks who have played for the Browns would possibly use the same word, but not for the same reasons.)

The Steelers could take an offensive lineman in the first round.

The Texans are negotiating with free-agents-to-be Brandon Brooks and Ben Jones.

With a huge contract for QB Andrew Luck looming, the Colts won’t be splurging in free agency.

The Jaguars aren’t ruling out older free agents.

Could the Titans use a high pick on a running back?

RB Derrick Henry’s workout numbers were eerily similar to those generated by Broncos LB Von Miller. (And from a financial standpoint Henry would be better off switching to the position Miller plays.)

Chiefs G.M. John Dorsey thinks the team could find a new No. 2 quarterback from within.

The best way for the Chargers to win a vote on November 8 will be to win games before then.

Ohio State DB Eli Apple calls Raiders WR Amari Cooper the toughest receiver he ever faced.

Cowboys S Barry Church wants to see the team utilize a win-now approach to free agency and the draft.

The pass-rush-needy Giants have met with Eastern Kentucky DE Noah Spence at the Scouting Combine.

The Eagles are having a hard time finding a franchise quarterback.

Washington won’t talk about the goofy lawsuit filed against a former player to recoup accidental overpayment.

Former Bears offensive coordinator and new Miami head coach Adam Gase thinks the Chicago offense is in great hands.

Grand Valley State DE Matt Judon said that Lions assistant Kris Kocurek was “in my face” during a Combine interview.

Does OL Don Barclay fit in to the Packers’ plans?

The Vikings want a portion of Chicago Avenue outside the team’s new stadium renamed “Vikings Way.”

Clemson DE Shaq Lawson met with the Falcons at the Scouting Combine.

Panthers defensive line coach Eric Washington thinks the team already has the pieces in place at defensive end to produce in 2016.

The Saints are hosting the Women’s World Tackle Football Games.

If RB Doug Martin leaves the Buccaneers, that doesn’t mean Charles Sims will become the featured option at the position.

The Cardinals are looking for pass rushers.

The son of former Rams LT Orlando Pace will introduce him for induction at the Hall of Fame.

49ers coach Chip Kelly is intrigued by WR Bruce Ellington.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll wouldn’t say whether he’d hire Steve Sarkisian.

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5 Responses to “Saturday one-liners”
  1. axespray says: Feb 27, 2016 5:35 PM

    Barclay is a trash pass blocking, but good at run blocking.
    Just have him beef up and move to back up guard.

  2. intrafinesse says: Feb 27, 2016 7:28 PM

    >>Bengals coach Marvin Lewis never considered quitting after his seventh straight playoff loss.

    Why should he quit? He should be fired. Unlike players, coaches salaries are guaranteed, so he can get millions while being unemployed.

  3. darealsmiley4284 says: Feb 28, 2016 12:53 AM

    It’s equally funny and pathetic that you refuse to use the name “Redskins” as if it really “offends” you.

  4. stigman2012 says: Feb 28, 2016 8:33 AM

    And, Marvin Lewis, Mike Brown never considered firing you after your seventh straight playoff loss…unfortunately.

  5. fanofpft says: Feb 28, 2016 11:31 AM

    Please call them the racial slurs from the blow back.

    I read last night that Parliament (not the band) has told the NFL no more games in London if the name doesn’t change.

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