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Saturday one-liners

They’re already calling 5-6 Dolphins WR Jakeem Grant “Mighty Mouse.” (Don’t tell UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson.) Here’s a closer look at the Bills’ nepotism-free coaching staff. Patriots CB Darryl Roberts hopes to rekindle those Malcolm Butler comparisons. It’s another click-harvest from NJ.com; this one somehow turns the Geno Smith or Bryce Petty roster-spot question…

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Cowboys say they turned down trade offers for McFadden, Morris

After spending the fourth overall pick in the draft on running back Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys fielded calls about whether they wanted to trade one of their veteran backs. But they said no. That’s the word from Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones, who says teams called asking about trading for Darren McFadden or Alfred…

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Cowboys won’t just give Ronald Leary away

The Cowboys are happy to explore the possibility of trading guard Ronald Leary, but they’re not going to just give him away. The former starting guard, whose place was taken by La’El Collins last year, has been staying away from OTAs in hopes of finding someone who wants him to start. “We told Ron that…

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Friday morning one-liners

A look at how the Bills’ receivers are faring in OTAs without Sammy Watkins. The Dolphins expect WR DeVante Parker to create fear in opposing defenses. DE Chris Long is learning from Rob Ninkovich in his first year with the Patriots. By staying away from OTAs, Jets WR Eric Decker is showing uncommon loyalty to QB…

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Cowboys may bid on hosting Super Bowl LVI or LVII

The Cowboys have hosted a single Super Bowl in their gigantic stadium. They could soon be trying to host another. Via Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys could make a play for one of the next two Super Bowls to be awarded: Super Bowl LVI, to be played in 2022, or Super Bowl LVII,…

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Stephen Jones: Cowboys aren’t looking for outside help at defensive end

Veteran pass rusher Dwight Freeney is making the rounds right now in search of a home for the 2016 season, but a stop in Dallas doesn’t look like it will be one of the tour dates. Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Thursday, via Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, that the team…

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Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills have a big hole at RT (Wait, can we say that?). Dolphins DE Mario Williams is upbeat about his new role. A young WR is standing outside Gillette Stadium asking the Patriots for a tryout (a young lawyer might have a better shot at employment). Jets DT Sheldon Richardson is prepared to deal…

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Tony Romo thinks he has at least four or five years left in him

The Cowboys didn’t exactly draft their quarterback of the future this year, so the quarterback of the present figures he’ll just keep going until they do. Via Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he can see himself playing beyond his current contract, which expires after the 2019 season. He even joked that with…

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Dez Bryant getting back to his old self

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant isn’t working in full at OTAs this week as the team continues to bring him along slowly after January foot and ankle surgeries, but he’s catching passes and doing individual work while waiting for full clearance. Bryant hopes to get that after another round of X-rays in the near future,…

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Wednesday morning one-liners

Despite Bills DE Shaq Lawson’s shoulder injury, coach Rex Ryan says every Bills fan will be glad they drafted him. Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh showed up for the first day of OTAs. Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich is eager to get back on the field. Ryan Fitzpatrick wants to sign a new contract with the Jets,…

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Leary absent from OTAs, wants Cowboys to trade him

Cowboys guard Ronald Leary is staying away from the team’s organized team activity (OTA) practices because he wants to be traded, per multiple reports. Leary signed his restricted free-agent tender worth $2.553 million in hopes of facilitating a trade, possibly during the draft, and the Cowboys took some calls from interested teams. But no deal…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

The Bills’ right tackle competition will heat up at OTAs. Former Dolphins RB Larry Csonka was involved in the pitch for bringing a Super Bowl to Miami. Three undrafted cornerbacks are trying for spots with the Patriots. Ryan Fitzpatrick won’t be there, but plenty of eyes will be on the quarterbacks at Jets OTAs this…

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Monday morning one-liners

The Bills hope their defensive line is more effective this season. Dolphins DE Mario Williams is selling his house in Buffalo. A few things to keep an eye on at Patriots OTAs. Willie McGinest is a big fan of Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson. Getting to know a bit about Ravens rookie WR Chris Moore. Sam…

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Sunday morning one-liners

Do the Bills need to open up their offense more this season? The Dolphins did some fishing this weekend. DT Terrance Knighton is bidding for playing time on the Patriots defensive line. The Jets hope to be more effective in nickel and dime packages this season. Predicting which recent free agent addition to the Ravens…

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Saturday one-liners

New Patriots CB E.J. Biggers says the organization is at the “top of the food chain.” (The Broncos may disagree.) Look for more production from Bills TE Charles Clay in 2016. Dolphins C Mike Pouncey says the team’s offensive line “better be” the best that QB Ryan Tannehill has ever had in front of him.…

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