Monday morning one-liners


The Bills are believed to be very interested in Auburn QB Cam Newton.

Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel likes the sound of Maryland WR Torrey Smith to the Dolphins.

You probably should hold off on buying that Tiki Barber Patriots jersey.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez found it was better to be lucky than good at times last season.

Ravens CB Domonique Foxworth doesn’t expect to have any problems with his right knee next season.

Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said that TCU QB Andy Dalton’s arm is strong enough for the NFL.

Does FB Lawrence Vickers have a spot with the Browns next season?

Steelers president Art Rooney II did a Q and A with the team’s website about the labor impasse.

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips outlined his philosophy of getting after the quarterback.

Colts owner Jim Irsay’s prescription of patience extends to those in charge of the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio thinks he might have pushed his team too hard last season.

If Chris Johnson does join the USA track team, he’ll probably get better blocking than he got from the Titans.

There seems to be a lot of concern about the health of Clemson DE Da’Quan Bowers for the Broncos and other teams at the top of the draft.

The Chiefs website spotlights the up-and-down story of Fort Hays State WR O.J. Murdock.

The strength of the Raiders roster shouldn’t be terribly affected by the lockout.

Chargers QB Philip Rivers knows how to honor a speaking commitment.

Forecasting the 2011 futures of RB Marion Barber, WR Roy Williams and other Cowboys.

Giants DE Osi Umenyiora was a late inclusion to the players’ lawsuit against the league.

Will the Eagles address the offensive line early in the draft?

Checking in with Vinny Cerrato after his run with the Redskins came to an end.

There won’t be a repeat of the 1987 “Spare Bears” during this labor crisis.

Despite the lockout, Lions WR Nate Burleson is stepping up his workouts.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers made an appearance at a Milwaukee indoor soccer game to help raise money for cancer.

The arrest of Vikings DB Chris Cook gives cause to discuss the conduct loopholes created by the lockout.

What kind of future does WR Eric Weems have with the Falcons?

LSU CB Patrick Peterson, whose Pro Day is Monday, met with the Panthers on Sunday night.

Saints fans are among those peeved by the lockout.

Buccaneers running backs coach Steve Logan checked out the abbreviated Pro Day workout of Louisville RB Bilal Powell.

Jedd Fisch, the offensive coordinator at the University of Miami, has his quarterbacks studying tape of former Cardinals QB Kurt Warner.

Longtime Rams executive Bob Wallace reflected on his 16 years with the team.

49ers president Jed York posted a letter to fans on the team website.

Seahawks owner Paul Allen added his thoughts about the lockout to the Twitterverse.

2 responses to “Monday morning one-liners

  1. I’m really sick of hearing that the Bills are “very intrested”in Cam Newton because Buddy and Chan have SEC ties. Wouldn’t that also mean that they are very intrested in Patrick Peterson, Nick Fairly, Marcell Dareus, Julio Jones, or AJ Green. Yes, Buddy has ties directly to Auburn, but still I dont see it happening. I don’t think we need to be “re-building” again this season. We found alot of talent last year so lets build on it and take a postional need that also translates to BPA. With Cam Newton, the Bills will pick top 5 again next year, with a DL or LB, I see 8-8.

  2. I think the Bills will be the worst team in the NFL next year. Not only will they draft a QB and set their franchise back 10 years. But they will also continue to operate in the cheap, and not sign any veterans.

    If you’re going to suck, why not just wait a year for Matt Barkley or Andrew Luck.

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