Tuesday morning one-liners


The Bills have already surpassed last year’s season-ticket sales total (37,355), but lag well behind their 2008 mark (56,011).

Dolphins CB Richard Marshall hopes working with position coach Kevin Coyle in Arizona last year gives him an edge.

They never break form. Asked by a reporter if he’d be ready for training camp, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski smiled and said, “I’m not telling you that.’’

Retired RB LaDainian Tomlinson thanked the Jets for two years of “chasing that Super Bowl trophy

Ravens LB Ray Lewis runs an intense football camp for kids, telling them: “Let’s grab what that pain feels like and let’s go past that.”

In a rare double-Kevin Coyle-mention day, the Dolphins assistant gave Hard Knocks and Chad Ochocinco advice from his days with the Bengals.

A film study of why Browns WR Greg Little dropped so many passes last year.

Steelers NT Casey Hampton is taking on the role of team leader in the absence of James Farrior and Hines Ward.

For all the other changes the Texans face this year, the biggest issue will be getting WR Andre Johnson healthy and back on the field.

Colts QB Andrew Luck is now officially finished with college, graduating from Stanford with his degree in architectural design (alongside golfer Michelle Wie).

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew can’t get a new contract, but he will be in the Top 20 of the NFL Network’s Top 100 Players.

The Titans’ kicking specialists don’t sound enthused about the idea of replacing long snapper Ken Amato with a new guy.

Veteran WR Brandon Stokley said of Broncos teammates Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas:  “It’s as good, potential-wise, as any group I’ve been around.”

The Chiefs’ official website takes a look at training camp battles to watch.

AEG won a five-year contract to operate the Raiders’ O.co Coliseum, amid local concerns the company will try to lure the team to Los Angeles.

The return of LB Jonas Mouton from a shoulder injury should help the Chargers graying linebacker corps.

Not everyone is convinced the Cowboys won’t still try to trade CB Mike Jenkins.

Giants LB Chase Blackburn sees his name on top of an offseason depth chart for the first time in eight NFL seasons.

The Eagles are eyeing $60 million in renovations to Lincoln Financial Field, and they’re footing the bill.

Redskins K Graham Gano is back to compete for his job with veteran Neil Rackers.

Bears DE Israel Idonije hopes playing lighter results in more sacks this year.

Lions RB Jahvid Best said the team supports the players who have found off-field trouble this offseason.

The Packers were thrashed by the Bears — in a Ryder Cup-style golf tournament.

Vikings P Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) tops a list of athlete tweeters with his sense of humor.

A list of things to watch as the Falcons open minicamp today.

Panthers rookie WR Rico Wallace has a chance to make a name for himself after coming out of Division III Shenandoah University.

If you’re tired of bounty coverage, here are some shots of smiling Saints players hosting a youth football camp.

The next six weeks will test the willpower of the young Buccaneers, writes Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times.

A look at what the Cardinals’ starting defense should look like, according to Darren Urban of AzCardinals.com

Rams rookie DT Michael Brockers led the charge to build a new playground in Fairmont City.

The 49ers’ official website remembers the late R.C. Owens.

The Seahawks signed an offensive lineman who was cut by the Toronoto Argonauts after a gun possession charge in May.

3 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. The Raiders’ stadium will be run by AEG even though an ex-W. Va attorney claims that it does not want the Davis family running the team if moved to L.A.

    AEG, let the Raiders stay who they are because you’ve already created enough trouble with the Los Angeles stadium situation by asking to buy a piece of a franchise for a damn discount!!!

  2. I knew it!!!!

    Peter King is that stupid to the point where he misspoke about Andrew Luck’s major!!!

    I remember when he spoke to Jeff Darlington on NFL.com about how he’s taking courses and majors that we have never heard of when Arch Design has very little to do with Arch Engineering!!!

    Arch Engineering is a lot like civil engineering, but when Andrew Luck talked about how he had studio courses I knew that he was talking for architects everywhere!!!

    People, have curiosity and know the details and background of as many majors as possible!!! It’s obvious Peter didn’t!!!

    Plus, as much as I respect Andrew Luck for his past academic endeavors I need to pay more respect to JJ Watt because he was a civil engineer major at Wisconsin (the damn good engineering program) and delivered pizzas to pay his tuition for one year!!!

  3. I hope Watt never delivered to ex Lion/Cowboy/Bear WR Roy Williams or he woulda got stiffed on the tip.

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