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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Bills Coach Rex Ryan drives a blue-tinted, Bills-themed pickup truck around Buffalo. Of course he does.

Looking at some potential second-round draft options for the Dolphins.

The Jets were among the teams represented at the Pro Day for players from Stony Brook, which has had never had a player selected in the NFL Draft.

The Patriots website gave fans an inside look at how wide receiver Julian Edelman prepares himself for the season.

The Ravens should end up with a compensatory pick next year after Courtney Upshaw signed with the Falcons.

Bengals Coach Marvin Lewis and New Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter were roommates at Idaho State.

New Browns coach Hue Jackson says he doesn’t like to use the word “rebuild” (even as his team goes through another rebuild).

The Steelers are asking their fans to vote for Antonio Brown on Dancing With The Stars.

Fixing the defense was No. 1, and improving the run game seems be priority No. 2 for the Jaguars as they work towards next season.

The Colts are open to adding more help at running back behind veteran Frank Gore.

New Titans running back DeMarco Murray won’t talk about what he paid to get his No. 29 jersey with his new team.

The numbers say Texans cornerbacks Kareem Jackson and Johnathan Joseph are tough on oppposing quarterbacks.

Broncos Coach Gary Kubiak knows the Super Bowl hangover can be real.

With a tough 2015 behind him, is Chargers coach Mike McCoy smiling more?

Signs point to the Chiefs addressing the safety position in the draft.

The Raiders website celebrated Derek Carr’s 25th birthday because Carr is good and because it’s a slow news time around most of the NFL.

The Cowboys believe their roster is in good enough shape that they can take the best available player, regardless of position, at No. 4 in the draft.

Jordan Hicks figures to play inside linebacker and call the signals in the Eagles new defense.

One way the Giants think they can improve their vertical passing game? Improve their offensive line.

The Redskins have not yet decided if they’ll bring back wide receiver Andre Roberts, who’s recovering from a knee injury.

The Bears are still looking to add depth on their offensive line.

New Lions GM Bob Quinn is handing out more incentive-based contracts than his predecessors did.

Speaking of, veteran tight end Jared Cook signed an incentive-laden one-year deal with the Packers.

Might the Vikings get the first receiver off the draft board at No. 23?

New Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter likes his receivers but would like more speed at the position.

The Falcons figure to use the draft to add to their offensive line.

The Saints figure signing him to a one-year deal means they’ll get the best of Nick Fairley.

In a shocking development, new Panthers cornerback Brandon Boykin says the Panthers were his top choice all along.

Cardinals defensive tackle Corey Peters says he’s “right on schedule” in his rehab from from a ruptured Achilles tendon.

Rams Coach Jeff Fisher thinks his team’s defensive scheme fits defensive end Quinton Coples well.

The 49ers met with Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell before his Pro Day workout Monday.

Seahawks GM John Schneider believes his team is still “very close” to being a Super Bowl contender.

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3 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. nhpats says: Mar 29, 2016 10:24 AM

    Seahawks GM John Schneider knows his 1-year dynasty’s window has shut. Heck, to took the refs throwing the game against the Lions for the Seahawks to even make it to the postseason….

  2. keys2heat says: Mar 29, 2016 10:25 AM

    Thanks Zac for the Redskins update.

  3. minson15 says: Mar 30, 2016 9:53 AM

    nhpats – Heck, to took the refs throwing the game against the Lions for the Seahawks to even make it to the postseason….

    Seahawks would have made it to the post season even if the refs would have made the correct call. I wouldn’t call the Seahawks a dynasty at all, but we are still one of the youngest teams in the NFL so we aren’t going anywhere for a long time.

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