Wednesday morning one-liners


Questions are being raised in Upstate New York about whether the state should be subsidizing the Bills.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is making clear that players who don’t buy into his way of doing things will be shown the door.

Patriots DT Vince Wilfork is raising awareness about diabetes.

If the Jets are going to sign another free agent quarterback, they’re running out of options.

The Ravens are showing interest in Florida State pass rusher Tank Carradine in the NFL draft.

If the Bengals keep OT Andre Smith, they’ll probably pay him somewhere between what the Rams paid Jake Long and what the Patriots paid Sebastian Vollmer.

The Browns are switching local radio stations.

Steelers owner Dan Rooney will be inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame.

The Texans are making special teams a priority.

The Colts want to add a third receiver along with Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton, but it remains unclear whether that third receiver will be Darrius Heyward-Bey.

The Jaguars spent time with North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams at the Tar Heels’ Pro Day.

Texas S Kenny Vaccaro will work out for the Titans today.

John Elway says he’s not just in win-now mode as he builds the Broncos.

The Chiefs are promoting healthy lifestyles to kids in the Kansas City area.

Raiders OT Jared Veldheer is getting huge this offseason.

Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson is a popular pick for the Chargers in mock drafts.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram suggests that the Cowboys could be violating the salary cap if they’re making an agreement with LB Justin Durant while they don’t have enough cap space to sign him.

The Giants will wear alternate uniforms in 2013.

Eagles DE Vinny Curry, a second-round draft pick last year, is in danger of not making the roster this year.

The NFL’s salary cap penalty isn’t leaving the Redskins much wiggle room in free agency.

Bears Chairman George McCaskey says he’s lucky to be where he is.

Jim Brown is a big fan of Lions RB Reggie Bush.

The Packers are hoping competition will improve the kicker position.

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is facing some tough questions about financing the Vikings’ new stadium.

The Falcons’ draft plans are coming into focus.

Some in Charlotte think it’s nonsense that the Panthers’ 17-year-old stadium needs $300 million worth of renovations.

Could the Saints draft LSU’s Barkevious Mingo?

If the Bucs don’t trade for CB Darrelle Revis, here are some of the cornerbacks they could target.

There’s more talk in Arizona that the Cardinals could have interest in QB Carson Palmer.

The future of Rams OT Rodger Saffold remains unclear.

San Francisco WR Kyle Williams is making good progress in his recovery from a torn ACL.

QB Russell Wilson’s desire to improve is one of the things the Seahawks like best about him.

5 responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners

  1. It makes no sense for the Jets to want any picks for this draft for Revis. This draft is the worse I’ve seen in a while and I don’t see anyobe showing that wow in them. Just take the 1-2 next year and hope that TB loses 10+ games.

  2. Why do teams continue to give guys like Carson Palmer chances to have jobs in the NFL. I’m a big Donovan McNabb fan and it always bothered me that these QBs who have never done anything in the league continue to get chances to shine (ie., Carson Palmer, Tim Tebow, Matt Hasselbeck, Jason Campbell). McNabb could have taken the Cardinals to another level if Wisenhunt wasn’t so dumb and stubborn. The man works out and lives in your backyard, he throws to your #1 WR in the offseasons and he wasn’t even going to be expensive. But he never got a shot. SAD! Then as fans we wonder why our QB play has declined.

  3. neva4get5- You don’t happen to have any Campbell’s Chunky Chicken Noodle Soup cooking up in your kitchen, do you?

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