Friday morning one-liners

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Marcell Dareus said that he feels comfortable filling any role on the Bills defensive line.

A look at interim head coach Todd Bowles’ role in the Dolphins’ search for a permanent head coach.

T Marcus Cannon was named the Patriots’ recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award.

Jets DE Mike DeVito and G Matt Slauson have each had shoulder surgery since the season ended.

TE Dennis Pitta has developed into a better receiver than expected for the Ravens.

CB Nate Clements has made a big impression in his first year with the Bengals.

A vote for the Browns to make a run at Packers QB Matt Flynn in free agency.

The Steelers defense came a long way from the opening week of the season.

K Neil Rackers makes the Texans feel confident about getting points if drives stall in opposition territory.

The Colts signed WR Jeremy Ross to a reserve/future contract.

New Jaguars owner Shahid Khan feels comfortable with G.M. Gene Smith.

The Titans think getting back to offseason workouts will have good results for the team.

Is the scheme, execution or play calling the biggest problem with the Broncos offense?

John Clayton of ESPN thinks the Chiefs should hold onto Romeo Crennel as head coach.

Even without Al Davis, the Raiders have found their way to a chaotic situation.

Chargers S Steve Gregory is looking forward to checking out free agency.

Early mock drafts have the Cowboys landing an offensive lineman or defensive back in the first round.

DE Osi Umenyiora said he’s having a good time in what he hopes is his final year with the Giants.

The Philadelphia Daily News put together 50 numbers to consider about the 2011 Eagles.

Where do the Redskins need to improve next season?

Dan McNeil of the Chicago Tribune doesn’t have much faith in the Bears finding the right man at general manager.

The Lions are looking forward to S Louis Delmas’ return to the defense.

Packers CB Tramon Williams wants to find his game for the playoffs.

Vikings president Mark Wilf said that the team can be winners soon.

Falcons WR Julio Jones appears to be peaking at the right time.

Panthers QB Cam Newton had the worst completion percentage out of the shotgun of any NFC South quarterback.

You can expect the Saints to follow the blueprint laid out by the Packers last week when they beat the Lions.

The “wow” factor of Buccaneers coaching candidates in underwhelming some observers.

Cardinals coaches are working to evaluate all the parts of the team in detail.

The decision of several quarterbacks to skip the draft might make the Rams’ second overall pick even more valuable.

A list of 10 big plays from the 49ers’ run to the division title.

TE John Carlson’s departure from the Seahawks isn’t set in stone.

9 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. Why the hell would you label the headline “Panthers QB Cam Newton had the worst completion percentage out of the shotgun of any NFC South quarterback.” Like its a dig at Newton or something… the article says he is only 1% off of Matt Ryan and 13th overall in the NFL… no need to be throwing out words like “WORST”…

  2. Finally the Ed Block Courage Award means the person getting it is actually courageous and not out hanging, drowning, beating and killing dogs.

  3. As a Brown fan I could not agree more than to go out and get Flynn. The guy can flat out play and if the Browns want to stop the QB carousel that has been on since 99 they need this guy. Use the draft to build your skill positions RB, WR, and some O-Line help for Thomas. If the only FA they get is Flynn, that is a huge step in the right direction.

  4. in the “morning one-liner” for the Saints…my favorite part of the linked article:

    “Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has not played as well in 2011 as he did last season. Last week was no exception. Packers right guard Josh Sitton handled him most of the day, much of the time single-blocking him. ”

    as the picture of Josh Sitton “handling” him is a blatant hold hahahaha

    some of these “analyst” are a complete joke…if you think Suh’s “stats” are and indication of his play you obviously don’t know much about football nor the DT position for that matter. Suh occupies 2 sometimes 3 blocks every down…

    and the handful of times that Suh doesn’t get doubled he’s either blowing up the backfield or, like in your photo, being HELD.

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