Tuesday morning one-liners

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Is S George Wilson more indispensable to the Bills defense than DE Mario Williams?

S Reshad Jones isn’t sure what spot the Dolphins want him to play this season.

Analyzing OL Nick McDonald’s chances of making the Patriots.

Cortland is preparing itself for the start of Jets training camp.

Previewing the battle for receiver spots with the Ravens.

Janice Morse of the Cincinnati Enquirer wonders if it is fair to criticise the Bengals for charging people to attend a pep rally.

Browns RB Trent Richardson is stepping in for QB Colt McCoy to host a football camp.

Jen Floyd Engel of FOXSports.com thinks Roger Goodell has proven some of what Steelers LB James Harrison had to say about him.

Texans TE Owen Daniels is excited about the team’s prospects this season.

Looking back at the Colts career of WR Bill Brooks.

The Jaguars website tells us not to be concerned about the lack of contracts for WR Justin Blackmon and P Bryan Anger.

Titans rookie CB Coty Sensabaugh went home to help out at a football camp.

The Broncos keep finding ways to help those affected by wildfires.

Players like Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe are finding the franchise tag has implications beyond keeping a player with his current team.

Raiders DE Richard Seymour thinks coach Dennis Allen has “the it factor.”

Retirement hasn’t stopped former Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson from working with the community.

An explanation of the pressure that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is putting on QB Tony Romo.

Giants CB Terrell Thomas feels he’s stronger in his upper body after missing all of last year with a torn ACL.

Eagles RB Dion Lewis, arrested over the weekend, was supposed to speak to a Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday.

Rookie G Adam Gettis talks about his transition to the Redskins.

Dave Wannstedt doesn’t coach the Bears anymore, but he just bought a condo in Chicago.

Free agency looms for a healthy number of Lions defenders after this season.

The Packers’ regular season win over the Giants was NFL.com’s 10th-best game of the year.

Vikings TE John Carlson averages less than a yard per route run over the last three years.

A look at the candidates for return jobs with the Falcons.

Panthers DT Ogemdi Nwagbuo spent some of the offseason preparing for life after football.

Florio isn’t the only lawyer taking a closer look at Roger Goodell’s decisions in the appeals of the Saints bounty suspensions.

Looking ahead to Buccaneers training camp.

Clark Judge of CBSSports.com thinks the Cardinals’ schedule sets them up for a fast start.

The Rams-sponsored team in the NFL High School Player Development 7-on-7 National Tournament hopes for a better result this year.

The 49ers score well on this list of the league’s best defensive lines.

Chris Burke of SI.com thinks the Seahawks are a team on the upswing.

4 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. I’m a Broncos fan but I saw where it says “The Broncos keep finding ways to help victims of Wildfires” (I’m paraphrasing)….Anyway..I almost laughed thinking back to their donation of $50k was it? That’s literally like me donating .50 cents! And b4 the flaming starts, I know, I know…its more than they had to donate, and its $50k more than I donated! But hey, I’m poor & presently unemployed, they have millions & possibly billions! Dig deeper Pat!

  2. “Dave Wannstedt doesn’t coach the Bears anymore, but he just bought a condo in Chicago.

    I hear he likes the pizza at Gino’s East!

  3. “S Reshad Jones isn’t sure what spot the Dolphins want him to play this season.”

    The article does not say or suggest this in the least. Jones says he is prepared to play both spots. Since the very first day that Coyle joined the team as the DC, he has said and it has been known that he wants the safeties to be interchangeable, play both roles. There is no reason to recast this as he doesn’t know what he will be doing.

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