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Friday morning one-liners

FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2015 file photo, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton throws in the first half of an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Cincinnati. Andy Dalton had his breakout season, leading the AFC in passer rating before he broke his right thumb during a loss to Pittsburgh on Dec. 13. The thumb fully healed and he looked sharp in training camp and limited preseason appearances.  (AP Photo/Gary Landers, File) AP

Said Bills RB LeSean McCoy, “I’m ready to roll. I mean, last year I was battling so much, just with injuries and everything and trying to get healthy, so there are no excuses and I’m ready to go and take on a tough opponent.”

Dolphins receivers have several of former NFL players to ask for advice.

It’s been a busy week for Patriots CB Eric Rowe.

CB Darrelle Revis said the end to last season serves as fire for the Jets this year.

The Ravens are planning to use a running back committee this season.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton’s first home win came against a team quarterbacked by Ryan Fitzpatrick, who will lead the Jets offense on Sunday.

Tramon Williams has settled into his role as the Browns’ nickel cornerback.

Bud Dupree’s injury has opened more playing time for Steelers LB Arthur Moats.

Texans rookie WR Will Fuller is dealing with a hamstring injury.

The Colts would like to see their receivers add more yards after the catch.

Jaguars CB Davon House is eager to face his former team this weekend.

QB Marcus Mariota is one of six captains for the Titans.

RB C.J. Anderson starred for the Broncos on Thursday night.

A look at how Chiefs running backs Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West complement one another.

Raiders QB Derek Carr will face off with his first head coach Dennis Allen this weekend.

The Chargers’ passing game should be a strength this season.

Are the Cowboys cornerbacks up to the task in front of them this year?

Rookie S Darian Thompson is set to play a big role for the Giants.

It doesn’t look like missing the preseason will keep Eagles WR Jordan Matthews from playing in Week One.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden likes his team’s health heading into the opener.

The Bears hope new arrivals can lift their linebacking group.

S Tavon Wilson is set to fill a starting role for the Lions.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy takes issue with those who think he has a conservative style.

Getting a quarterback ready quickly isn’t new to Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner.

Falcons WR Mohamed Sanu is wearing special shoes in honor of 9/11 this Sunday.

P Andy Lee set a franchise record with a 76-yard punt in his first game with the Panthers.

LB Dannell Ellerbe was out of practice for the Saints on Thursday.

Playing in Atlanta brings back emotional memories for Buccaneers LB Kwon Alexander.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald reminisced about his first time facing the Patriots.

CB Lamarcus Joyner has gotten more comfortable with his role in the Rams secondary.

Wideouts Jeremy Kerley and Rod Streater are trying to revive their careers with the 49ers.

Can Bradley Sowell hold onto the Seahawks’ left tackle job?

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1 Response to “Friday morning one-liners”
  1. axespray says: Sep 9, 2016 10:05 AM

    If anything, McCarthy should be more conservative…
    We’re always going no huddle, 3-5 wide and attempting Touchdown bombs on every drive.

    Let’s get some checkdowns and quick runs up the gut going, protect the QB some.

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