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Saturday one-liners

When posing for the annual ESPN naked-athlete magazine, Patriots WR Julian Edelman apparently was concerned about shrinkage.

The Bills’ offensive line may not be the strength it recently was.

Here’s a click-harvest list of the 10 best receivers in Dolphins’ history.

With Darrelle Revis gone, Jets CB Juston Burris could be ready to join the starting lineup, across from Morris Claiborne.

Ravens S Tony Jefferson, undrafted after he left Oklahoma early in 2013, was “so angry” about the slight — and he still has a chip on his shoulder about it.

But for Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, could the Bengals have been the NFL’s team of the 80s?

The Steelers had no comment on the arrest of CB Artie Burns.

Former Miami second-round CB Jamar Taylor is used to being told he isn’t very good; could he be on the brink of fulfilling his NFL potential with the Browns?

Our pal John McClain of the Houston Chronicle takes a look at the Texans’ special teams.

The Titans officially have won the trade that brought OL Dennis Kelly to Nashville for WR Dorial Green-Beckham.

Saturday’s mailbag at Colts.com contains no requests for advice on how to avoid posting naked pictures on Twitter.

Jeff Lageman takes a look at Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook’s college game film.

Former Broncos QB Brian Griese will serve as color commentator for three Broncos preseason games.

The Raiders officially announced the Gabe Jackson extension on Friday night.

The Chargers have officially moved in to their new facility in Costa Mesa.

Here’s a look back and a look ahead for promising Chiefs DT Chris Jones.

As he approaches free agency, 2017 will be an important year for Cowboys LB Anthony Hitchens.

Giants P Brad Wing is mentioned in the new Nicki Minaj single, for some reason.

Can undrafted Eagles RB Corey Clement make the roster?

The son of former NFL G.M. A.J. Smith is climbing the ladder in the Washington front office.

Bears owner Virginia McCaskey appears on Adweek’s list of the 35 most powerful women in sports.

The Lions are gobbling up players who failed elsewhere.

The Packers’ Hall of Fame opened 50 years ago.

Vikings CB Trae Waynes has learned “everything” from Terence Newman.

Will the Panthers botch the final phase of the career of LB Thomas Davis?

Falcons LB Deion Jones is hosting his first youth football camp on Saturday.

Will Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston become the next great quarterback in a division full of them?

Several Saints went north of the border to host a football camp in Ontario.

Former Rams QB Kurt Warner will be introduced at the Hall of Fame by his wife, Brenda.

Several Cardinals recently visited the Phoenix VA Hospital.

49ers CB Dontae Johnson showed during offseason workouts that he could be in the mix for a starting role.

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett will be building a garden at the King County Juvenile Detention facility.

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5 Responses to “Saturday one-liners”
  1. therealtrenches says: Jul 1, 2017 1:16 PM

    The Titans didn’t win that trade for DGB.

    They drafted DGB in the 2nd round (way too high given the troubles DGB got into in college).

    The Eagles drafted Kelly in the 5th (about right).

    By taking Kelly for DGB, the Titans basically drafted a 5th rounder in the 2nd.

    Winning!

  2. flipola says: Jul 1, 2017 3:40 PM

    Sure they did. DGB was picked by the previous staff. After the new regime took over, they saw he wasn’t worth keeping, and got a decent backup linemen for him instead of just cutting him. Which the Eagles just did. It wasn’t a huge blockbuster deal or anything, but the Titans definitely won that one.

  3. hugeheavywoman says: Jul 1, 2017 9:25 PM

    It will be interesting to see if the Chargers draw 20,000 fans to their home games in their new picnic park.

  4. therealtrenches says: Jul 1, 2017 10:56 PM

    flipola, my point was that *nobody* won the trade, not that the Eagles did.

    If you think Dennis Kelly would’ve been a great 2d round pick, then sure, the Titans “won” the trade.

    The thing you’re forgetting is that by identifying a need to dump a 2d round pick, the Titans were already working from a huge deficit. That was certainly not the case for the Eagles, on the other hand, who had sufficient o-line depth without Kelly and are none the worse for having gotten rid of Kelly to take a chance on DGB.

  5. flipola says: Jul 2, 2017 1:53 AM

    After the draft is over, rounds don’t matter, it’s about play on the field. DGB couldn’t run routes, he couldn’t do part of the game he was drafted for. So even though he was a 2nd rounder, he was of no use to them.

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