Saturday morning one-liners

Bills T Jonathan Scott and S Bryan Scott were both ruled out of Sunday’s game with injuries.

Dolphins WR Ted Ginn is hoping to play a role in the team’s return game.

The lack of a reliable third receiver is hurting the Patriots.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez is readying himself for his first taste of playing in cold weather.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said there’s a possibility the team makes a trade before Tuesday’s deadline.

RB Brian Leonard is doubtful for the Bengals after missing a third straight day of practice.

Said Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll of possible problems between him and QB Brady Quinn, “No. The plays that we ran in the games that he
started, they wouldn’t have changed whether it was him
or Derek [Anderson], so no.”

By contributing on special teams, Steelers WR Limas Sweed has retained his spot in the lineup.

Antoine Caldwell and Chris White will rotate at right guard for the Texans.

Colts CB Kelvin Hayden contributed a bye week blog entry to

Jaguars WR Torry Holt will “ride the wave with emotions” during Sunday’s game with the Rams.

Rookie WR Dominique Edison cleared waivers and was added to the Titans practice squad.

The Broncos pass rush is thriving with four pass rushers.

There’s still a possibility that Chiefs T Branden Albert will play on Sunday.

Said Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell, “I’ve never been an outspoken guy but you just have to talk to some
guys, not in a bad way, but in a respectable way to get your point
across. I guess we’re going to need a little more of
that, if not the talking, lead by example.”

Chargers QB Philip Rivers felt the offensive line had its best game in the loss to the Steelers.

Whichever way the Cowboys have used him, RB Tashard Choice has produced.

CB Corey Webster joins QB Eli Manning as Giants making a homecoming visit on Sunday.

While he’s happy to block, Eagles FB Leonard Weaver is prepared to play any role in the offense.

Redskins LB Brian Orakpo is starting to feel more comfortable with the NFL game.

Two weeks after surgery, Bears DL Israel Idonije proclaimed himself ready to play.

Lions running backs coach Sam Gash is full of praise for FB Jerome Felton.

Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette thinks playcalling is holding back Packers LB Aaron Kampman.

If the Vikings win this week, only one quarterback since the NFL-AFL merger will have won more consecutive games with a new team than Brett Favre’s six in a row.

RB Verron Haynes is likely to play his first game with the Falcons this weekend.

The Panthers are hopeful that WR Steve Smith can get on track against the Buccaneers.

After three years with losses coming off the bye week, Saints coach Sean Payton switched the schedule for this year’s week off.

Ernest Graham will start at fullback for the Buccaneers this Sunday.

Cardinals rookie Beanie Wells called his first month as a NFL running back a “humbling experience.”

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch complains about the Rams’ treatment of local media members.

Former 49ers TE Russ Francis has been charged with theft by the owner of an Omaha indoor football team that employs him as president.

Seahawks coach Jim Mora said that T Damien McIntosh has done a good job of picking up the offense, but Kyle Williams will start at left tackle on Sunday.    

2 responses to “Saturday morning one-liners

  1. This used to be a site that I came to to get the football news I couldn’t find anywhere else… But now, half of your stories are posted on ESPN before they are posted here…. Damn sellouts…

  2. “Whichever way the Cowboys have used him, RB Tashard Choice has produced.”
    Which stands to reason why the Wade, Garrett and Jerry will find a way to Fupp this up!
    Jerry – Don’t even think of trading this guy.
    Garrett – 3 RB situation looks great but you still have to have a balanced offense (that means throwing),
    Wade – Keep the RBs motivated and focused on how the goal is win and that sharing the ball is part of the plan that you devised when…oh, nevermind. What the hell was I thinking?

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