Monday morning one-liners

Donovan McNabb’s lack of interest in a long-term extension ruined any chance to join the Bills.

Here’s a look at some non first-round prospects the Dolphins seem to be interested in.

New Patriots DE Damione Lewis is known as a hustle player

Ravens S Haruki Nakamura is on the road to recovery.

Former G.M. Phil Savage thinks Eric Mangini didn’t know how to use LB Alex Hall.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin isn’t a fan of USC S Taylor Mays.

With Washington apparently out of the mix, Seattle still looks like the best trading partner for Denver WR Brandon Marshall.

The Cowboys are hosting Dallas Day workouts Monday.

Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that the trade of Donovan McNabb is a high-risk, low-reward move.

ESPN’s K.C. Joyner doesn’t think Donovan McNabb is that big an upgrade from Jason Campbell.

Dan Pompeii of the Chicago Tribune believes the best place for DE Julius Peppers to play is on the left side.

Lions FB Jerome Felton is hoping to carry the ball more this season.

The Packers aren’t expected to bring back RB Ahman Green.

The Rams front office has not been told to “go cheap” by their outgoing owners.

SI’s Peter King thinks that Seahawks G.M. John Schneider will have a hard time passing on Iowa tackle Brian Bulaga.

3 responses to “Monday morning one-liners

  1. I suppose you were too busy NOT fact-checking reports from ESPN to track down all those pesky one-liners, huh?

  2. “The Rams front office has not been told to “go cheap” by their outgoing owners.”
    St. Louis Post Dispatch Rams beat writer: “Have you been told by the Rosenriguezes to [raises hands, makes air quotes] Go Cheap this offseason?”
    Billy Devaney: “Well, no; I can truthfully say they never used those words in discussing this team’s immediate direction.”
    St. Louis Post Dispatch headline: “Rams ownership willing to spend what it takes to sign Bradford.”
    Advertisement on same page: “Rams season tickets on sale at reasonable prices; act now and SAVE!”

  3. Yeah, I really believe Joyner. My God, what a STUPID article on his part. Next thing you know, he’ll talk about why trading Peyton Manning for Jason Campbell makes sense because of the metrics.

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