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Thursday morning one-liners

Looking back at the year the Bills have had since the death of former owner Ralph Wilson. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is entering a critical season in many respects. Everything the Patriots have done this offseason has been scrutinized heavily. The Jets helped a high school student land a prom date. The Ravens are confident…

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Broncos want to limit Peyton Manning’s workload

Peyton Manning’s arm was shot at the end of the 2014 season. The 38-year old Manning had lost the velocity on his passes and could not throw as many routes effectively as he used to be able to accomplish. Now 39, Manning is set to return for his 17th season as a starting quarterback this…

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Database error leads to revision of three compensatory selections

The NFL has revised three compensatory selections after a “database error” led to a need to correct a few of the picks that were awarded to teams earlier this week. The NFL Management Council revised three compensatory selections belonging to the Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos and Pittsburgh Steelers. The changes add an additional compensatory pick…

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Broncos looking for offensive line help

The Broncos let left guard Orlando Franklin walk on a five-year, $36.5 million contract to the division-rival Chargers on the opening weekend of free agency. Meanwhile, last season’s starting center Will Montgomery remains a free agent without a home. That leaves the Denver offensive line in a state of flux. The Broncos are looking for possibly…

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Friday morning one-liners

Bills wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal called WR Percy Harvin one of the most competitive players he’s been around. Revisiting and rethinking a decade’s worth of Dolphins draft picks. Patriots T Cameron Fleming was helping out at Stanford’s pro day. Extending DE Muhammad Wilkerson’s contract remains a major part of the Jets’ to-do list. Utah…

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Broncos add linebacker Reggie Walker

Released before free agency by the Chargers, Reggie Walker has found new employment in the AFC West. The Broncos have signed Walker, an inside linebacker, to a one-year deal, the club said Thursday. The Broncos, like the Chargers, employ a 3-4 base defense, making Walker a logical fit. He will vie to stick as a…

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Thursday morning one-liners

Not everyone in Bills country is sure TE Charles Clay is a good buy. A look at what Dolphins visitor Michael Crabtree would add to their WR corps. Suffice it to say the Patriots have a much different look at CB suddenly. New Jets CB Antonio Cromartie thinks he’ll be a different player than his last…

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Report: Broncos trying to re-sign Jacob Tamme

The Broncos would reportedly like to bring back tight end Jacob Tamme, but they could have competition. While Denver has offered Tamme a contract, the veteran tight end is in Atlanta on a free agent visit, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reported Wednesday evening. Tamme, 30, hauled in 14 passes for 109 yards and…

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Chargers sign Broncos DL Mitch Unrein

The Chargers have signed away a backup defensive lineman from a division rival. San Diego has inked a two-year deal with Denver’s Mitch Unrein, the club said Wednesday. The 27-year-old Unrein appeared in eight games as a reserve in 2014, notching one tackle. Overall, he played in 54 regular season contests in the last four…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

The first week of free agency brought some clear upgrades to the Bills roster. QB Matt Moore is still mulling a return to the Dolphins. The Patriots have shown interest in several players who were not tendered as restricted free agents. Said Jets WR Brandon Marshall of coach Todd Bowles, “The thing that I think…

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Nate Irving visiting with Colts

The Colts added one veteran linebacker already this offseason when they signed Trent Cole and they’re taking a meeting with another one on Monday. Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that Nate Irving is visiting with the Colts on Monday. Irving visited with the Cardinals last week. Irving started the season as the middle linebacker for…

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Monday morning one-liners

Guard remains a need for the Bills. Dolphins DT Earl Mitchell had $3 million of his contract guaranteed five days after the start of the league year. How might WR Stevie Johnson fit into the Patriots Offense? A look at what mock drafts are predicting for the Jets. Tennessee State G Robert Myers had a…

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Sunday morning one-liners

Bills General Manager Doug Whaley said last week was ” the most activity I’ve seen on the trade front.” Can coach Joe Philbin change along with the Dolphins? Matt Light didn’t play in this Patriots Super Bowl win, but he still got a kick out of it. Jets cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie aren’t the…

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Saturday one-liners

The Bills still intend to sign Miami TE Charles Clay to an offer sheet. Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron has a simple scouting report on himself:  “I can run, and I can win.” The new contract signed by Patriots WR Danny Amendola created $2.54 million in cap space. The annual average of the new contract signed…

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Peyton Manning’s new deal has a no-trade clause

When Peyton Manning gave the Broncos $4 million in base salary for 2015, he got something in return.  And not just the ability to earn the $4 million back. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Manning’s new contract contains a no-trade clause.  Which means that the Broncos (duh) can’t trade him. Which likewise…

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