Friday morning one-liners


The Bills need to have a contingency plan if TE Scott Chandler isn’t ready to go next season.

A look at where the Dolphins will pick and how they acquired some of the picks.

Will the Patriots be adding more help at tight end?

Saying that you never know what might happen, Jets coach Rex Ryan didn’t close the door on returns from recently released players.

The Ravens will be making $35 million worth of upgrades to M&T Bank Stadium.

If the Bengals do lose DE Michael Johnson or T Andre Smith, the draft has some potential replacements.

UCLA TE Joseph Fauria has a visit lined up with the Browns.

The Steelers aren’t sure when they’ll get LB Sean Spence or TE Heath Miller back on the field.

Texans strength coach Cedric Smith has been named the Strength Coach of the Year.

Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson presents a more composed face at press conferences this year.

The Jaguars will be doing 47 player interviews at the combine.

The Titans want to see QB Jake Locker do a better job of protecting himself.

The Broncos are expecting S Quinton Carter to bounce back from injury.

Said Chiefs coach Andy Reid of RB Jamaal Charles, “I think you can probably put him in any offense and he’s going to do a heck of a job. He’s a very good running back and there are probably a lot of coaches in this league that would like to have him. He’s a heck of a player. I’m not going to change that. I’m going to give him an opportunity to do his thing and do what he does best. I look forward to working with him.”

Greg Townsend and Howie Long top this list of the 10 best Raiders pass rushers.

Can the Chargers defense improve in John Pagano’s second year as coordinator?

Better health will be crucial to the Cowboys next season.

Giants owner John Mara said he doesn’t know where reports about the team prioritizing a contract for Hakeem Nicks over one for Victor Cruz came from.

Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News wants the Eagles to consider drafting Alabama G Chance Warmack.

Will the Redskins find help at right tackle in the draft?

Gabe Carimi could wind up in a variety of spots for the Bears.

Lions CB Bill Bentley had a second operation on his dislocated shoulder.

The Packers could be interested in Menelik Watson and Kyle Long, a pair of tackles who started their careers at Saddleback College.

A problem with configuring the new Vikings stadium for high school and college baseball has been solved.

Falcons T Sam Baker has some detractors in the NFL scouting community.

DT Ron Edwards is expected to be a cap casualty with the Panthers.

What should the Saints do at left tackle this offseason?

The Buccaneers have some uncertainty to iron out in the secondary.

The Cardinals think getting T Levi Brown back would make their offensive line look a lot better.

Jim Schwartz has nothing but praise for new Rams defensive coordinator Tim Walton.

49ers WR A.J. Jenkins will be working out with QB Colin Kaepernick this weekend.

A look at how the Seahawks’ success has influenced other teams.

5 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. @Jamaal Charles. You will watch alot of passes being thrown. Work on your blocking and your routes to the flat.

  2. was just analyzing with my brother why Philly has to take Warmack. with the way Kelly runs the ball you need a road grader like him to get after linebackers and to hammer that nose tackle against a 3-4

  3. A look at how the Seahawks’ success has influenced other teams.
    If you looked at the “look”, you’d see that their “influence” is based on “getting better at every position on the football field.” So Seattle’s success is based on getting a better football team. Thanks Pete Caroll, the other 31 franchises had no idea that the only way to have more success on the field was by having a better football team.

    Come to think of it, I’ve been seeing that pattern for years, where good teams beat bad teams, but I never realized until right now that it was because the good teams were better than the bad teams. Man do I feel foolish.

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