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Wednesday morning one-liners

FOXBORO, MA - AUGUST 11: Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the New England Patriots reacts before a preseason game with the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on August 11, 2016 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) Getty Images

Can Jimmy Garoppolo become the first Tom Brady backup to have sustained success in the NFL?

Jets WR Brandon Marshall calls Colin Kaepernick a patriot.

Bills coach Rex Ryan is worried about facing the Ravens’ special teams on Sunday.

Dolphins CB Xavien Howard is thrilled to be a starter for Week One of his rookie season.

The Steelers have some banged up players, but coach Mike Tomlin is optimistic they’ll be ready to go Monday night.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says new return man Devin Hester is ready to go on Sunday.

Browns TE Gary Barnidge would rather talk about movies and art than football.

Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict can’t have any contact with the team while he’s suspended.

Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins got a Sports Illustrated cover.

The Titans have won in Week One for three straight years.

Here’s a look at new Colts LB Akeem Ayers.

Jaguars LB Myles Jack said the home field “felt electric” during the preseason.

Chiefs rookie CB KeiVarae Russell feels like he’s learning a new language in the NFL.

The Broncos are asking fans to get to Thursday’s game early.

Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie got off the hot seat and got the Raiders on the right track.

Philip Rivers is heading into his 13th season in San Diego.

Giants QB Eli Manning and his wife are donating $1 million to a children’s hospital in Mississippi.

Eagles QB Chase Daniel is resigned to the fact that he’s been leapfrogged on the depth chart by Carson Wentz.

The Cowboys’ secondary is expecting a big challenge on Sunday against Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr.

Shawn Lauvao has earned the starting left guard position in Washington.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers needs to develop a rapport with some of his receivers.

The Vikings need their offensive line to step up in Teddy Bridgewater’s absence.

Former Bear Doug Plank is predicting a .500 season in Chicago this year.

The Lions have a veteran trio at kicker, punter and long snapper.

The Saints have juggled their guards this offseason since cutting Jahri Evans, so maybe the answer is re-signing Jahri Evans.

The Buccaneers think covering Falcons WR Julio Jones is going to be a big problem on Sunday.

If the Falcons beat the Bucs on Sunday, the all-time series between the teams will be tied 23-23.

The Panthers are atop the preseason power rankings assembled by the Associated Press.

Rams DE Matt Longacre fought his way onto the team.

Cardinals QB Carson Palmer says he’ll rebound from the rough ending to last season.

Seattle’s Tyler Lockett thinks he can improve as a returner.

Former 49ers FB Bruce Miller was kicked out of a restaurant shortly before he was arrested for assaulting two men at a hotel.

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1 Response to “Wednesday morning one-liners”
  1. footballfanatic says: Sep 7, 2016 8:10 AM

    Garoppolo may have success, but to be fair- anyone in NE will do well. I dont think Brady would be a top 10 qb in any other system in the NFL. As of now he runs a HS offense. Two step drops and quick slants and screen passes. On any other team he’d have to drop back, use footwork, read through progressions and take some hits here and there……..oh and throw the ball more than 8 yds in the air. If he makes 4 passes over 20 yds in the air per yr then its a huge deal for him. Occasionally he’ll through a 15 yd pass………….to Gronk who im pretty sure most of us on here can hit b/c he’s such a monster.

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