Thursday morning one-liners

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Georgia OL Cordy Glenn says he can play any position on the offensive line.

Ryan Tannehill of Texas A&M is Mike Mayock’s No. 3 QB in the 2012 draft.

CSN New England’s Tom Curran recaps the Patriots’ AFC Championship Game win.

Jets TE Jeff Cumberland is rehabbing his torn Achilles’ tendon.

The Ravens may hire their next defensive coordinator internally.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton is readying himself for the Pro Bowl.

ESPN’s Todd McShay talks 2012 draft with

The Steelers are expected to stay in-house for their next offensive coordinator.

The Texans’ young defense may be even better next season.

The Colts are getting an aggressive new head coach.

Jaguars college scouting director Andy Dengler discusses the Senior Bowl’s importance.

New Rams assistant Dave McGinnis is “grateful” for his time with the Titans.

The Broncos may promote LBs coach Richard Smith to defensive coordinator.

Would college scouting director Phil Emery be a big loss for the Chiefs?

The Raiders have a history of high-flying offense.

Is Alabama LB Courtney Upshaw the next LaMarr Woodley?

The Cowboys are showing interest in North Alabama CB Janoris Jenkins.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin and Patriots coach Bill Belichick have mutual respect.

The Eagles have a foundation to build from in 2012.

The Redskins had an excellent 2011 draft class.

The Bears’ G.M. search will heat up on Thursday.

Pro Football Weekly’s mock draft has the Lions taking Alabama CB Dre Kirkpatrick.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reviews the Packers’ 2011 season.

Vikings RB Toby Gerhart may be headed for an increased role in 2012.

The Falcons had a number of breakout players in 2011.

Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson could be a good backup for Panthers QB Cam Newton.

New defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is approaching the Saints’ roster with an open mind. discusses the history of the No. 5 overall pick in the draft.

Cardinals LB O’Brien Schofield is entering his first full NFL offseason.

The 49ers are expected to release CB Shawntae Spencer this offseason. breaks down the Seahawks’ running back depth chart.

The Rams have shown interest in LB Courtney Upshaw at the Senior Bowl.

4 responses to “Thursday morning one-liners

  1. I clicked on the Eagles notes thinking excited to see which columnist had some positive notes… then when it directed to me Dave Spadaro and I didnt even let the page load before closing it. Anything… well everything Dave Spadaro writes is positive for the Eagles. They could have gone 4 and 12 with the last 4 wins being at the end of the year and he would have wrote how positive the upcoming seasons look. Anyone that is paid by the organization it is going to write about better be positive if they still plan on getting a paycheck.

  2. The Saints have lost in the post season 2 years in a row (on the road) even though they had the best record breaking ofense in NFL history! It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out. The Saints gave up 36 points to the niners who have one of the worst ofenses in the league. One week later the Giants (who have a real pro level defense, not a high school level defense like the Saints have fielded every year under coach payton) alowed that same team only 20 points. Sure, the Saints beat the Giants in the regular season but the regular season and the post season are 2 different things. You always have next week in the regular season. Not in the playoffs. Coach Payton’s “God Complex” clouds his judgement when it comes to defense. If it wasn’t a rule to have a defense coach Payton wouldn’t even have one at all. He thinks Drew Brees can outscore everybody. And that’s exactly why the Saints have been watching the Super Bowl from home 2 years in a row now. If the Saints cut every single one of their defenders only about 3 would be starting for other NFL teams. The rest would be watching the NFL from home where they belong. In the mean-time the Saints are wasting Drew Brees in his prime by fielding a high school level defense. The Saints current defense couldn’t defend LSU! And Roman Harper must have something bad on Coach Payton because they keep him on the team even though he’s the biggest liability in coverage in the entire NFL. Geaux Saints!

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