Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills coach Chan Gailey says his wide receiver group has to focus more.

An explanation of how second-year Dolphins CBs Vontae Davis and Sean Smith are on the right path.

The fans lost faith a while ago, but Patriots coach Bill Belichick still has RB Laurence Maroney’s back.

The New York Post says rumors of a Darrelle Revis return are just a bunch of hot air.

Ravens LB Ray Lewis doesn’t want to reminisce about the team’s Super Bowl win, now a decade old.

Former Bengal Ickey Woods received great support from his ex-teammates when his son passed away.

New Browns CB Sheldon Brown is happy to be in Cleveland.

Steelers S Ryan Clark’s bout with sickle cell problems at high atmosphere helped his daughter out.

The Colts’ rookie LBs are trying to catch on quickly.

Jaguars QB David Garrard talked to a few of his biggest critics on the radio Tuesday.

The Texans are suddenly looking very thin at linebacker.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher has been impressed with his QB Vince Young’s timing.

The Broncos surprisingly waived OL Tyler Polumbus on Tuesday.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley sees improvement in T Branden Albert.

Oakland may be without starting WR Chaz Schilens for the season opener.

Chargers LB Kevin Burnett is finally healthy and doing it all.

Cowboys rookie S Barry Church may wind up with a roster spot

The Giants haven’t settled on their linebacker rotation just yet.

Writers in Philadelphia want former QB Donovan McNabb to move on.  (But they’ll happily keep writing about him.)

Here’s Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth’s face, only freakier.

Bears TE Kellen Davis is starting to show what he can do.

The Lions have been thrilled to get S Louis Delmas back at practice, but his big test will come this weekend.

Can Packers rookie Sam Shields make the team at cornerback after failing as a returner?

It will be very difficult for the Vikings to replace the skills of injured WR Sidney Rice.

Falcons backup S William Moore will get extended action this weekend after an injury-plagued offseason.

For the first time since his flag football injury, Panthers WR Steve Smith was back in team drills.

Are the Saints the least despised champs ever?

Tampa second year player E.J. Biggers is slated to win the team’s nickel corner role.

Dan Bickley of the Arizona Republic thinks Cris Carter of ESPN may be echoing Larry Fitzgerald’s concerns about Matt Leinart.

Folks in St. Louis think that Stan Kroenke is a “shoo-in” to be the Rams’ owner by the end of Wednesday.

49ers LBs Travis LaBoy and Diyral Briggs have been involved in a fierce competition.

Free agent acquisition Seahawks G Chester Pitts is off the PUP list.

5 responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners

  1. Actually, I’m kind of laughing more about the Peyton Manning face at the bottom. (the Redskins one-liner).

  2. “Ravens LB Ray Lewis doesn’t want to reminisce about the team’s Super Bowl win, now a decade old.”
    He invoked his right to remain silent back then … why change now?

  3. Are the Saints the least despised champs ever?
    I agree they may be but I think it has more to do with the fact that they are also the least respected champs ever. Fans look at the saints as a fairy tale team, much like the “amazin’ mets” who came from nowhere and were not considered among the best teams in baseball to win the 69 world series. If you took a poll of fans nationwide if they thought the saints were the best team in football last year (compared to the other 31 teams), I think you would have the answer to your question. Fans have a hard time “hating” on a fluke team that had a fairytale season. I think that is supported by how the “experts” have them ranked this year. you know the ole’ saying, “chit happens”.

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