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Knowshon Moreno wants to play in 2016

A recent report from Mike Klis of KUSA said that running back Knowshon Moreno was “80 percent done” mentally when it came to making a decision to retire, but a source very close to Moreno is taking issue with that. That source would be Moreno himself. Moreno responded on Twitter to an article describing him…

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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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Broncos don’t expect Mark Sanchez on field for start of OTAs

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez had surgery on his left, non-throwing thumb a little more than a week ago, but expressed hope last week that he’d be on the field with the rest of the team for the start of organized team activities this week. It doesn’t look like things are going to play out that…

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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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Devontae Booker: I’m in Denver to take someone’s job

The Broncos opened up the offseason with their top two rushers from last year headed for free agency, but neither one wound up leaving town. C.J. Anderson signed an offer sheet with the Dolphins as a restricted free agent, but the Broncos matched the four-year, $18 million deal and eventually brought Ronnie Hillman back on…

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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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Friday morning one-liners

The Bills may not have done enough at wide receiver this offseason. Winning games and winning trust from the fanbase go hand in hand for the Dolphins. Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich feels younger than the calendar says he is. How does this year’s quarterback drama measure up to others in Jets history? A look at the…

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Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills have bulked up at RB. The Dolphins are down to three unsigned rookies after getting their top two under contract. Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski taking a ballet lesson, of course. The Jets could still find a role for TE Jace Amaro. Ravens RB Lorenzo Taliaferro is under pressure. The Bengals should do well…

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Virgil Green hoping to provide more production in pass game for Broncos

After five seasons spent mostly as a blocking option behind Julius Thomas, Owen Daniels and others, Denver Broncos tight end Virgil Green is looking to seize the opportunity to be more productive in the Broncos’ passing offense. “I really want to, in training camp, show that I can be not just the pass guy, but…

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Mark Sanchez expects to practice next week after thumb surgery

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez is coming off thumb surgery, but he’s hoping it doesn’t keep him off the field for long. Via Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, Sanchez said today that he hoped to be able to participate when the team began OTAs next week. He had surgery Saturday on his left (non-throwing) thumb after injuring…

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“Special year” for John Lynch includes two Rings of Honor

Safety John Lynch is still waiting for his invitation to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In the interim, he’ll be joining the immortals this year of not one but two NFL franchises. The Buccaneers already have decided to put Lynch in their Ring of Honor. Now, the Broncos have decided to do the same…

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Wednesday morning one-liners

Should the Bills be worried about their quarterback depth? The Dolphins think the defensive end position is a strength. Patriots DT Markus Kuhn grew up in Germany not knowing what football was, but he saw it on a family vacation to Florida at age 14, and a few years later earned a scholarship to North…

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Heuerman healthy, anxious to be known

Just a week after he was drafted last spring, Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman suffered a torn ACL during rookie minicamp. Though Heuerman spent the 2015 season going through treatments and meetings and was with his teammates nearly every day, he felt separated from the game and the team. He told reporters that when he’d…

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Broncos inducting Elam, Lynch and Fletcher into Ring of Fame

The Broncos announced Tuesday that kicker Jason Elam, safety John Lynch and linebacker Simon Fletcher will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Fame. Elam kicked in Denver for 15 years, went to three Pro Bowls and is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer. Flethcher played his entire 11-year career with the Broncos and finished as…

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