Thursday morning one-liners

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Is free agent Bob Sanders the answer to Buffalo’s safety position?

Jets DE Vernon Gholston has emerged as one of the NFL draft’s biggest “workout wonders.”

Canadian League WR Terence Jeffers-Harris is eligible for April’s NFL draft.

The Ravens may need to replace three of their starting four defensive backs from last season.

The Browns have an “impoverishment of talent.”

Steelers OL Willie Colon is expected to generate “a lot of interest” if he hits free agency.

The Texans have lost defensive assistant John Butler to the University of South Carolina.

The Broncos get Auburn QB Cam Newton in this mock draft.

The Chiefs must improve their short-yardage offense and red-zone defense.

Raiders QB Bruce Gradkowski is slated for free agency this offseason.

Possible Rams draft target Jonathan Baldwin, a wideout from Pitt, can expect to be “grilled” in interviews at the Combine.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper calls the possibility of LSU CB Patrick Peterson falling to the Cowboys in the draft, “highly unlikely.”

Redskins DBs LaRon Landry and Kareem Moore are sticking together as the team courts free agent S O.J. Atogwe.

Agent Drew Rosenhaus is expected to push the Bears to sign his client, TE Greg Olsen, to a “lucrative extension.”

Possible Lions draft target Nate Solder, a tackle from Colorado, wrapped up his Combine preparations on Wednesday.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel believes the Packers could land free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha only in a “fantasy football story.”

Vikings LBs coach Mike Singletary made it through Minneapolis Airport Wednesday without being bothered.

Falcons LB Stephen Nicholas, whose contract is up, has changed agents.

The Bucs have yet to begin contract talks with free agent LB Quincy Black.

Cardinals G.M. Rod Graves is hosting a live chat today.

The 49ers have hired Michael Christianson as coordinator of football technology/offensive quality control coach.

The Seahawks have re-signed RB Chris Henry.

The Rams could be interested in Illinois DT Corey Liuget with the 14th overall pick.

7 responses to “Thursday morning one-liners

  1. Everybody keeps talking about Nnamdi teaming up with Woodson or Revis, but I do not see it from a money standpoint. What I do see if Asante Samuel’s getting more picks than ever next year. The Eagles have shed nearly all their salaries the past few years and are ready to make some big moves.

  2. solder looked like crap in the senior bowl

    gotta love a clevland paper having the #1 pick falling to the #6 spot, and why would denver take a qb when they got tebow. plus by signing chump bailey their pick is obvious they get who bowers, unless he goes 1, and then they luck out and get fairley

    Nnamdi is not going anywhere…

  3. If Newton goes to Denver, and the reports are true that Tebow hasn’t got support from the remaining staff, I believe the Jags will make a package to bring the “Golden Boy” back home.

    I’m no Gator Fan, but Tebow’s drive to win and be great would be welcome to a Jaguars franchise that has had to suffer through Garrard settling with being average, joking on the sidelines after a game loosing int. or fumble and never taking responsibilty for his mistakes when dealing with the media.

    I’d bet the $5 in my wallet that the fans and the players on the roster would definitely appreciate the move.

  4. @904blasta –

    Denver would be wise to trade Tebow….and the Jags would be perfect. Garrard had a solid season in 2010, but he is nothing to get excited about!

    Jags can send 1st rounder to Denver for Tebow and Denver’s 2nd rounder.

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