Sunday morning one-liners


The flurry of the first week of free agency has subsided, which means we’re going back to the old format of one-liners, with one per-team instead of linking back to stories from the previous day with the intent of keeping you up to date with all of the movement around the league.

Mock drafts like an offensive lineman for the Bills.

Dan Le Batard of the Miami Herald is finding it hard to trust the Dolphins.

S Adrian Wilson’s toughness should be a good addition to the Patriots defense.

Tearing everything down may be the only way for the Jets to move ahead.

CB Lardarius Webb got a $5 million bonus from the Ravens.

The Bengals haven’t done enough to start resting on their laurels.

The Browns will not lack for representation at the owners meetings this week.

Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review thinks the Steelers are taking unfair criticisms.

What are the Texans’ three biggest needs?

Everyone wants to see what wide receiver Colts owner Jim Irsay has up his sleeve.

Past free agent failures are still impacting the Jaguars.

Titans owner Bud Adams has been part of an effort to provide scholarships to members of the military.

A call for the Broncos to bounce back from their fax misadventures by signing DE John Abraham.

Don Banks of likes what the Chiefs are doing this offseason.

The Raiders reportedly have some interest in LB Kevin Burnett.

There’s a youth movement going on with the Chargers.

No spending sprees for the Cowboys this year.

In support of the Giants tendering a contract to WR Victor Cruz.

The Eagles have given their defense a radically different look in a very short amount of time.

The Redskins will have to look elsewhere for a cornerback after Aqib Talib remained with the Patriots.

TE Martellus Bennett gives the Bears a weapon they haven’t had in a while.

G Brandon Moore and/or T Max Starks could help fill holes on the Lions offensive line.

Packers WR James Jones isn’t fazed by the loss of Greg Jennings.

Explaining why QB Matt Cassel decided to sign with the Vikings.

The Falcons haven’t filled all their holes.

LSU DE Sam Montgomery is from the same town as current Panthers WR Armanti Edwards and CB Josh Norman.

CB Keenan Lewis is happy that he’s back home after signing with the Saints.

The Buccaneers are being patient in their hunt for a cornerback.

RB Rashard Mendenhall is excited about a fresh start with the Cardinals.

Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch pays tribute to Steven Jackson’s run with the Rams.

Said new 49er Craig Dahl on his strengths as a safety, “I can get everyone on the same page, and I can pick up a defense very quick.”

The Seahawks certainly fanned the flames of expectation this week.

4 responses to “Sunday morning one-liners

  1. Any Dolphin fans read that LeBetard article ? What a bunch of jibberish. The guy has become far too lax down in south florida and just whines about the team to no end. To think i actually gave him a chance there.

  2. NFL fans have seen the train-wreck that is the Jets, coming for several years now so how is it that Woody Johnson couldn’t see it and apparently still can’t see it. Rex Ryan may be a good defensive coordinator but he’s never had what it takes to be a headcoach. Tanny was a terrible GM but Rex’s big mouth and telling his players they were the best in the league and encouraging mgmt to sign them to big contracts is all on Rexy. Remember a few years ago when MLB wanted to “contract” a few teams, I think the NFL should contract the Jets as it’s clear that while Woody Johnson may have been born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he doesn’t have brain one.

  3. ugh……my bleeping Bengals. i suspect as the dust settles in free agency and the bengals are the only team left with cap money, playets left would sign elsewhere for $17.43 to play for the top tier teams than take our money and wear our funny looking pajamas. so depressing.

  4. Maybe the ‘Racial Slurs’ should have signed sign Cary Williams. He is just as good as Josh Wilson from the Ravens that they signed a couple of years ago. How did that work out?

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