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Tuesday morning one-liners

What can the Bills learn from the Broncos? A positive take on DT Ndamukong Suh’s first season with the Dolphins. Taking a look at the long-term decisions at quarterback for the Patriots. Joe Namath is in favor of Colin Kaepernick coming to the Jets. A call for the Ravens to beef up their pass rush.…

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Monday morning one-liners

The first Bills season tickets went on sale on this date in 1960. Former Dolphins QB Dan Marino was part of the Super Bowl commercial blitz. Patriots QB Tom Brady didn’t hear many cheers at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday. Video games occupied Jets DT Damon Harrison’s attention on Super Bowl Sunday. Ravens QB Joe Flacco…

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2016 NFL Draft first round order

Now that the season is over, the order for the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft is final. The draft starts April 28. The order… 1. Tennessee Titans 2. Cleveland Browns 3. San Diego Chargers 4. Dallas Cowboys 5. Jacksonville Jaguars 6. Baltimore Ravens 7. San Francisco 49ers 8. Miami Dolphins 9. Tampa Bay…

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Sunday morning one-liners

A look back at how the Bills landed Marcell Dareus in the 2011 draft. Former Dolphins DE Jason Taylor hits the Hall of Fame ballot next year. Patriots CB Malcolm Butler has won the respect of his peers. Jets DL Leonard Williams got a vote for defensive rookie of the year. Vonta Leach has gone…

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Why no T.O. in Hall of Fame?

Few can reasonably debate (although Randy Moss has tried) the proposition that Jerry Rice is the greatest receiver in NFL history. After Rice, most would say Terrell Owens and Moss are No. 2 and No. 3, or No. 3 and No. 2. Regardless, there’s no doubt that Owens’ achievements merit a spot in Canton. So…

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Terrell Owens announces he didn’t get into Hall of Fame

The official announcement about this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class is coming shortly, but reports about who is in and who didn’t make the cut are starting to surface. Among those that didn’t make the cut is Terrell Owens. The former 49ers, Eagles, Cowboys, Bills and Bengals wide receiver announced on Twitter that…

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Saturday one-liners

Patriots CB Malcom Butler said Friday that he missed the Pro Bowl due to a sprained knee. Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christenson, who worked with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, isn’t buying the idea that Sunday will be the Sheriff’s last rodeo. Bills coach Rex Ryan said he’s open to drafting a quarterback, but that he’s…

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Johnny Manziel’s father fears for his son, tried to get him into rehab

It’s one thing to be cut by a team, or even an agent. But when your own flesh and blood begin to worry about you, it’s a whole different sign. According to Kate Hairopoulos of the Dallas Morning News, quarterback Johnny Manziel’s family is concerned for his well-being, after he twice declined trips to rehab facilities…

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Friday morning one-liners

The Bills signed CB Javier Arenas to a future contract. The Dolphins offensive line remains in need of an upgrade. Said Patriots S Devin McCourty of his offseason plans, “Right now, I have no plans. I haven’t planned anything. I usually always take it slow to try to let the body heal up. I’ll be…

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Report: Cowboys don’t want Manziel

Johnny Manziel could be getting the wake up call he needs. At a time when many believe Manziel wants out of Cleveland so he can play for the Cowboys, WFAA in Dallas reports that the Cowboys don’t want him. Per the report, “a high-ranking Cowboys source says that Dallas is out on Manziel after the latest reports involving…

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Aikman: Cowboys should consider a QB at No. 4

When Hall of Famer and FOX analyst Troy Aikman stopped by the set of PFT Live on Super Bowl Radio Row Thursday, Aikman and Mike Florio discussed the possibility of the Cowboys pursuing Johnny Manziel or Robert Griffin III to address their backup quarterback situation. But Aikman said he believes the Cowboys might be better…

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DeMarco Murray: I’m committed to Eagles

Running back DeMarco Murray’s first year with the Eagles wasn’t a great one for him or for the team and his relationship with former coach Chip Kelly was under the microscope for much of the year because of Murray’s steep drop in playing time from his final year with the Cowboys. Kelly is with the…

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Michael Irvin: Dallas can save Johnny Manziel, and I’ll help

With former first-round quarterback Johnny Manziel on outs in Cleveland, there are those who think he needs a wake-up call. And there are those who think Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones’s constant pining for Manziel has only enabled the behavior that will make Manziel a former Brown soon. But one Cowboys legend thinks Dallas could be the place…

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Thursday morning one-liners

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor thinks the Bills can make the playoffs next year. Dolphins WR DeVante Parker is in line for a strong second season. Hall of Famer Mike Haynes goes to bat for Patriots QB Tom Brady. Comparing the Jets’ drafts in recent years to the Panthers and Broncos shows a problem. A look at…

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At Heat-Mavs game, Manziel declines to comment on his situation

On Tuesday, the Browns made it clear that they’re done with Johnny Manziel. On Wednesday, Manziel had no desire to talk about the situation. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Manziel declined an interview request from Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com at a Heat-Mavs game in Dallas. Manziel offered to talk instead about…

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