Saturday morning one-liners


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called himself a committed partner in keeping the Bills in New York this week.

The Dolphins quarterbacking has to take a jump in execution according to G.M. Jeff Ireland.

Passing the ball quickly will be important for the Patriots in the Super Bowl.

The Jets special teams got good work from KR Joe McKnight, but also turned the ball over six times.

LB Jarret Johnson was the only Ravens player at the press conference for new defensive coordinator Dean Pees.

A collection of reactions to the death of former Bengals QB Greg Cook.

In an essay about Tony Grossi’s ouster from the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Sean McClelland of the Dayton Daily News calls Randy Lerner’s record as Browns owner pathetic.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger makes an appearance on’s “Any Era” list of current football players who would have succeeded in the past as well.

Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle thinks the Texans should be interested if Peyton Manning becomes available.

New Colts coach Chuck Pagano’s emotion is making an impact on those used to Jim Caldwell.

Patrick Mularkey, son of head coach Mike Mularkey, will be an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Jaguars.

Titans CB Jason McCourty played for new Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano at Rutgers and thinks he’ll do well in the NFL.

The decision to hire Jack Del Rio as defensive coordinator earns Broncos coach John Fox some praise.

Romeo Crennel is still working on filling out the Chiefs’ offensive coaching staff.

New Raiders coach Dennis Allen is getting more rope than his predecessors.

The Chargers met with a pair of defensive prospects at the Senior Bowl.

It’s unclear what the Cowboys plan to do at backup quarterback.

Giants CB Corey Webster doesn’t think he gets enough recognition from the media.

The Eagles promoted Anthony Patch to director of college scouting and hired Rick Mueller as a player personnel executive.

Redskins LB London Fletcher is having plenty of laughs at the Pro Bowl.

RB Matt Forte is waiting for the Bears to name a new general manager.

The Lions expect WR Titus Young to become a dangerous matchup for opposing defenses.

The Packers cancelled their Fan Fest this year.

The offseason gives Vikings P Chris Kluwe plenty of time to come up with entertaining tweets.

Do the Falcons need to add a safety this offseason?

Panthers QB Cam Newton played more snaps than all but three other quarterbacks this season.

A Michigan man has been arrested for calling in a bomb threat to the Superdome during the Saints’ win over the Lions.

Five first impressions based on Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano’s introductory press conference.

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells started rehab after arthroscopic knee surgery.

The Rams are looking for backup help at running back.

Figuring out the right salary for the 49ers to offer QB Alex Smith.

Former Seahawks WR Bobby Engram is joining the coaching staff at the University of Pittsburgh.

4 responses to “Saturday morning one-liners

  1. the Texans should NOT find a way to get Peyton Manning if he’s on the market. i understand the reasoning why, but for me, it makes little sense. they have Matt Schaub as the starter, the backup is TJ Yates who didnt have an awful rookie year, now if they get rid of Schaub, tell Yates he’s the future, then it makes sense to get Manning.

  2. Yet Mr. Lerner’s Browns has fans filling the stadium every Sunday, while the pathetic Bengals owner Mike Brown can only sell out a game if the Steelers are in town. People in glass houses should not throw stones, Sean. Your rag only liked Grossi’s negative opinions as you are Bengals homers in Dayton because you are close to Cincinnati, duh. The Bengals help you pay your bills.

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