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Thursday morning one-liners

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 18: Delanie Walker #82 and Jack Conklin #78 of the Tennessee Titans celebrate Walker's  2nd half touchdown against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on September 18, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Bills are more worried about Colin Kaepernick’s running than his kneeling.

Dolphins S Reshad Jones might miss another week with his groin injury.

Patriots TE Martellus Bennett’s play might help make his stay in New England a short one.

Jets coach Todd Bowles doesn’t mind saying Bruce Arians was a mentor.

The Ravens still have some big names missing practice.

Bengals WR Brandon LaFell draws on the lessons he learned while in New England.

The Browns still think QB Cody Kessler’s going to be able to start Sunday.

Steelers CB Artie Burns is seeing more and more time as the season goes on.

The Texans still have three players in the concussion protocol.

Questions remain about the Colts offensive line.

Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny is raising his game.

Titans TE Delanie Walker’s the team’s top deep threat.

The Broncos aren’t worrying that the Falcons provided a blueprint.

Chiefs LB Sio Moore is already getting some first-team reps in practice.

Raiders RB Latavius Murray is still out of practice with the turf toe that bothered him last week.

Chargers DE Joey Bosa could provide the spark they badly need.

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott isn’t thinking about breaking records.

The Giants aren’t ready to panic about QB Eli Manning’s slow start (when, in reality, it’s never too soon to panic).

New Eagles RT Halapoulivaati Vaitai’s quiet demeanor apparently changes on the field.

Washington coach Jay Gruden joked that DeSean Jackson has made it clear he wants the ball more.

Yardage numbers don’t give a true indication of the Bears’ offensive issues.

Lions DE Ziggy Ansah was back at practice Wednesday.

The Packers run defense will get its biggest test yet.

The oddsmakers are with the Vikings now.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan is digging the long ball.

The Panthers have saved seasons at the Superdome before.

The Saints aren’t wasting any time preparing for QB Derek Anderson.

Buccaneers K Roberto Aguayo is making life hard on his fans.

The Cardinals have a looming IR decision to make.

The Rams are wary of the Lions’ leading receiver, even though it’s not Calvin Johnson.

49ers rookie DE DeForest Buckner was back to practice yesterday after missing last week with a foot injury.

Seahawks DE Frank Clark’s new hamstring injury could compromise their pass rush.

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1 Response to “Thursday morning one-liners”
  1. jonathankrobinson424 says: Oct 13, 2016 8:05 AM

    ….the Bucs and Vikings need to trade kickers. Both Aguayo and Walsh have lost the true support of their respective teams…..its ALL in the head for both these young talented kickers but they both need a clean slate……..

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