Wednesday morning one-liners


A big question facing the Bills is how much their run defense can improve.

Said Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill, “I know that we’re not there yet. We have a long way to go, and we’re going to use the fall camp to our benefit and get better each day.”

For all the turmoil this offseason, the Patriots still look like Super Bowl contenders.

Jets RB Chris Ivory says he likes to run straight ahead without making too many cuts.

The Ravens are up for some ESPYs.

Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap says the team’s contract offer came as a surprise.

Here’s a preview of the Browns’ kicking competition.

Was Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey sincere in his apology for wearing a “Free Hernandez” jersey?

Here’s a detailed look at the Texans’ third-and-long run plays in 2012.

The Colts are worth an estimated $1.1 billion.

The Jaguars haven’t made as many changes at linebacker as expected.

With Bernard Pollard and George Wilson, the Titans like what they have at safety.

The Broncos have to feel good about how the AFC West stacks up.

The Chiefs’ equipment manager has 1,600 pairs of cleats, 1,000 towels and 300 footballs ready for training camp.

One Oakland City Council member is concerned that they’ll be a city without a team if the Raiders, the Golden State Warriors and the Oakland A’s all go elsewhere in the Bay Area.

Said Chargers coach Mike McCoy of his year working with Peyton Manning in Denver, “You can never prepare enough. His preparation was unbelievable. Out of this world.”

Reggie White was the only NFL player to reach 100 sacks faster than Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware.

Although he thinks he should have made more money, Giants WR Victor Cruz says he’s glad to be playing at home in New York.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly should be ready for plenty of scrutiny in Philadelphia.

The Redskins have some uncertainty at the safety position.

Bears single-game tickets go on sale Thursday.

Lions DE Israel Idonije visited the White House on Monday.

The Packers typically err on the side of caution when evaluating draft prospects with character concerns, but this year they drafted a couple players with red flags.

Vikings Hall of Famer John Randle has brought his passion for competition to the golf course.

The Falcons expect big things from RB Steven Jackson.

Said a Nike spokesman of the company selling Panthers shirts that showed South Carolina instead of North Carolina, “A small quantity of incorrect Carolina Panthers tee shirts were recently made available for sale. This product should not have been sold. We have removed it from sale and apologize for the error.”

Former Saints QB Archie Manning will be featured in an upcoming ESPN film.

Buccaneers rookies are reporting to camp today.

Here are some Cardinals to keep an eye on.

The Rams have locked up their long snapper for four more years.

Who has the better future, 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick or Seahawks QB Russell Wilson?

Wilson and Kaepernick are spending some time together this week.

3 responses to “Wednesday morning one-liners

  1. Lets be very real. Russell Wilsin clearly has the better future. He has more talent, is a leader, and doesnt prop other teams, doesnt disrespect his teammates and fans, and looks like a respectable man.

    Tattoolongneck is spending time with Wilson this week because Goodell and Harbaugh wanted the kid to learn from Wilson some maturity, how to be a leader, how to NOT disrespect your fans, and how to carry himself like a respected man with class.

    The problem is that no matter how much more better Wilson is at everything regarding football and life, even HE cant teach stupid

  2. Lets be very real 99% of Seachicken fans are on much harder drugs than the players up there in that depressing part of the country.
    When will you losers stop crowning yourselves champions before camp even starts? Oh and put a poll up & the scales are tipped in favor of Kaepernick every time over that midget behind center up in Cheattle!

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