Tuesday morning one-liners

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The Bills have re-signed restricted free agent OG Chad Rinehart.

Missing on a first-round quarterback can set back a franchise.

The Patriots trade up for S Mark Barron in this mock draft.

South Carolina DE Melvin Ingram is this draft’s top pass rusher.

The Ravens are again in the hunt for wide receiver help.

Here’s a breakdown of this year’s defensive line class.

Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill has no idea who will draft him.

Steelers.com examines the club’s recent drafting history.

The Colts would take QB Robert Griffin III in Greg Cosell’s mock draft.

The Jaguars take DT Fletcher Cox in this beat writer mock draft.

The Titans have shown a lot of interest in Baylor WR Kendall Wright.

The Chiefs are expected to pass on QB Ryan Tannehill at the 11th pick.

Stanford OG David DeCastro slides to the Chargers in this mock draft.

Former Giants CB Aaron Ross finally feels “wanted.”

DallasCowboys.com’s Bryan Broaddus scouts S Mark Barron.

The Eagles are expected to trade CB Asante Samuel before the draft.

The new rookie wage scale could be exploited.

The Bears may target a cornerback early in this week’s draft.

The Packers have re-signed LB Erik Walden.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter discusses the Vikings’ pick at No. 3 overall.

The Falcons hosted free agent DT Aubrayo Franklin on Monday.

The Charlotte Observer projects LB Luke Kuechly to the Panthers.

The Saints’ organization has had poor timing recently.

Buccaneers.com revisits the team’s best draft-day trades.

The Cardinals intend to build through the draft.

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock ranks his top-100 players in the draft.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll held a pre-draft press conference Monday.

Rams RB Steven Jackson may be unhappy with his contract.

9 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. The “Missing in first round quarterback…” article mistakingly writes that the Giants have not used first round pick on a QB since 1983 other than Eli Manning (via Philip Rivers). However, they used a 1st round supplemental draft on QB Dave Brown in 1992, thereby forfieting their 1st round pick in the following year’s draft.

  2. Interesting article on the Buccaneers draft trades. Of course, they failed to mention the big one that only turned out ok for them. (Got Doug Williams in the next draft). The Oilers definitely got the better of this one:
    Oilers traded Jimmie Giles, 1978 first round pick (#17-Doug Williams), 1978 second round pick (#44-Brett Moritz), 1979 third round pick (#78-Reggie Lewis), 1979 fifth round pick (#133-Chuck Fusina) to Buccaneers for 1978 first round pick (#1-Earl Campbell) on 1978-04-24

  3. “The Eagles are expected to trade CB Asante Samuel before the draft.”

    This should say “Eagles are expected to TRY DESPARATELY to trade…” They might as well cut him, he has an untradeable contract. Who’s going to give up a draft pick or quality young player in exchange for a 2yr/$21M contract on a 31yr old CB?

    Of course I’m only reciting what 100 articles over the past 3 weeks have been saying…

  4. So I’m guessing that the one-liner titled “Here’s a breakdown of this year’s defensive line class.” with a dateline of Green Bay and no mention of the words “Cincinnati” or “Bengals” but that was slotted between the articles for the Steelers and Browns?

    Gee thanks.


  5. PFT should just do one-liners in, say, chunks of 10 which are more digestible anyway and lose the pretense that it’s doing these for every team all the time. Not every team is chock full of news every day, that’s understandable – it’s better than reheating a mock-draft as the “one-liner” for different teams on different days (The Chargers “one-liner” was to a mock-draft 4 days ago).

    I think fans like the idea of having a one-liner for their team each day. It’s fun. But if it’s not tenable, don’t try to force it. If one team has 3 good mini-stories one day, and zero the next so be it.


  6. Ross feels “wanted” in Jax? Dude if not for your hammy issues we probably would have paid some dough to keep you in NY. As the slot cover guy. You were blessed in NY to have a ferocious pass rush which helped you.

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