Wednesday morning one-liners

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The Bills will be without rookie LB Chris White for the next two weeks.

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano is seeing more from the team’s running backs.

Ben Reiter of thinks Patriots T Sebastian Vollmer might be the best right tackle in football.

Depth is looking like a problem for the Jets.

The Ravens are still shopping for free agents.

The promise of younger defensive linemen made it possible for the Bengals to cut DT Tank Johnson.

Browns LB Titus Brown could be in line for a bigger role on the defense this season.

C Maurkice Pouncey is trying to step up as a leader for the Steelers.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak defended LB Mario Williams’ play in the preseason opener.

Chris Polian is running the Colts with a slightly different style than his father.

Rookie Will Rackley has a shot to start at guard for the Jaguars.

The Titans are easing WR Kenny Britt back to a full workload.

The Broncos focused on short yardage offense at Tuesday’s practice.

DT Kelly Gregg is fitting right in with the Chiefs.

Said Raiders LB Rolando McClain, “I’m not a rah-rah guy. It’s hard for me to be a vocal leader. But when there’s a time for it, it comes out naturally.”

San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders will tour other cities to find ideas for a new Chargers stadium.

Cowboys DL Igor Olshansky isn’t sweating his demotion from the starting defense.

The Giants signed K Rhys Lloyd to help fill in for an ailing K Lawrence Tynes.

Pete Pihos, who won two titles as an Eagles wide receiver, died at the age of 87.

Peter Schrager of stretches a bit to come up with a reason why the Redskins can win the Super Bowl.

Will the Bears remain committed to the running game this season?

Lions DT Ndamukong Suh is sending a fearsome message to NFL quarterbacks.

Packers WR Donald Driver isn’t ready to give up his starting spot.

Rookie S Mistral Raymond is getting a long look from the Vikings.

T Jose Valdez is hoping to make the jump from the practice squad to the active roster with the Falcons.

The Panthers look very deep at linebacker.

There’s a lot of intrigue at running back for the Saints.

The Buccaneers aren’t using youth as an excuse not to compete this season.

Texas is a bond shared by three of the four Cardinals quarterbacks.

Rams offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is happy with the progress he’s seen thus far.

Said 49ers RB Frank Gore, “I feel I can score any time I touch the ball, block anybody I’ve got to block. Right now I’m just trying to get the offense down pat and get ready for Seattle” in the Sept. 11 season opener.”

Brandon Coutu is fighting for the Seahawks’ kicking job once again.

5 responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners

  1. “First of all, it is a preseason game. No harm, no foul.” Right, trying to rough up a QB when a play is clearly over is okay, then. Any injury that might result wouldn’t count. Idiot.

  2. First issue.; SUH is quickly becoming one of my favorite players. he’s like the man child of Jon Randal and Hiloti Gnata..

    Second issue.: Houston Franchise.. you are mentally handicapped. you took one of the best DE’s in the game out of his position. A beast freak that is 6-7 315 needs to be in the trenches making people look silly. If the Williams move to LB is meant to do anything more than give him a 4 yard head start on the RT, well, that just aint good football.. enjoy watching another year of playoffs at home.

    3rd issue.; Redskins have no shot at the playoffs let alone the superbowl.

  3. That Terry Parker article on Suh is rediculous. He praises Suh and then says he would be the first to “rip the man” if he did the same thing during a playoff game. Throwing people around by their head is dangerous, and especially flagrant AFTER the play is over. Good job proving something everyone knows, you are stronger than Andy Dalton. Grow up

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