Sunday morning one-liners


Good news and bad news about the Hall of Fame chances of former Bills WR Andre Reed.

The Dolphins could learn a few things at the Super Bowl.

Mike Reiss of wonders if WR Brandon Lloyd is guaranteed a return to the Patriots in 2013.

Alec Baldwin had some fun at the Jets’ expense during NFL Honors.

Said fomer Ravens T Jonathan Ogden of making the Hall of Fame, “It’s kind of a full circle weekend. With me and Ray (Lewis), you couldn’t have written a better script over these two days because no one would’ve believed it.

Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer worked for Bill Parcells and added his voice to those celebrating Parcell’s election to the Hall of Fame.

Assessing the state of the Browns defensive line.

The son of the late former Steelers C Mike Webster is working to help those who suffer from brain injuries like the one that plagued his father.

Several former NFL players and coaches declared themselves fans of Texans coach Gary Kubiak’s work.

Bruce Arians is the fourth coach to win coach of the year for his work with the Colts.

Jaguars WR Laurent Robinson still has work to do to get back on the field for the 2013 season.

New Hall of Famer Curley Culp is best remembered as a Chief, but he was also a member of the Oilers/Titans organization.

Broncos QB Peyton Manning isn’t sure if he’ll keep wearing a glove on his throwing hand.

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt is looking forward to a better 2013 season.

Did former Raiders WR Tim Brown hurt his Hall of Fame chances by accusing Bill Callahan of sabotaging Super Bowl XXXVII?

Chargers LB Takeo Spikes is a believer in the changes the team has undertaken already this offseason.

Joe Theisman doesn’t see the changes with the Cowboys making anyone uncomfortable.

The Giants are celebrating the career of former coach and new Hall of Famer Bill Parcells.

A look at what some early mock drafts are predicting for the Eagles.

Dan Graziano of thinks the “dramatic degree” of Redskins QB Robert Griffin III’s impact made him the offensive rookie of the year.

An oral history of how the 1985 Bears came to do the Super Bowl Shuffle.

The Lions are weak in areas that both of this year’s Super Bowl teams are strong.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and former Packers QB Brett Favre shared the stage on Saturday night.

Said Chris Doleman of former Vikings teammate Cris Carter making the Hall of Fame, “He’s going to appreciate it. He’s going to realize just how difficult this road was.”

Falcons WR Roddy White shared his thoughts on how to attack the 49ers secondary.

Panthers rookies have taken home honors two years in a row.

Six members of the Saints pitched in with a volunteer effort to help rebuild an area of Algiers, Louisiana.

Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune recounts some of the details of his speech in support of former Buccaneers DT Warren Sapp for the Hall of Fame.

Said Cardinals coach Bruce Arians of winning the coach of the year award for his work with the Colts, “It’s whipped cream and a cherry on top, all that stuff. It’s the final chapter of an unbelievable story but now I can’t wait to get on to the next one.”

With the arbitrator ruling in favor of the Rams’ plan for renovating Edward Jones Dome, there’s talk about a new stadium in St. Louis.

Five reasons to like the 49ers in the Super Bowl.

Former Seahawks DT Sam Adams is staying busy in retirement.