Tuesday morning one-liners


Bills LB Manny Lawson’s life as a new dad has been put on hold during training camp.

QB Ryan Tannehill threw three touchdowns during a controlled Dolphins scrimmage.

The Patriots are excited about their crop of running backs.

G Willie Colon wants to be a leader on the offensive line for the Jets.

A look at the Ravens inside linebackers.

QB Josh Johnson’s running ability could help the Bengals offense this season.

Browns WR Josh Gordon sat out Monday’s practice with patellar tendinitis.

Rod Woodson has been working with young Steelers cornerbacks.

T Ryan Harris is making the most of his opportunity with the Texans.

Playing in the NFL wasn’t a lifelong dream for Colts G Donald Thomas.

Jaguars LB Brandon Marshall hopes his rookie struggles set the stage for future success.

WR Kevin Walter doesn’t like playing spectator at Titans camp.

Broncos QB Brock Osweiler looks like he’s improved heading into his second season.

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said that he’d like the Chiefs to keep going away to camp.

Sio Moore appears destined for a role as a Raiders starting linebacker.

Chargers DL Kendall Reyes is trying to build on a strong finish to the 2012 season.

G Ron Leary passed his conditioning test and should practice for the Cowboys soon.

The Giants aren’t handing anything to rookie T Justin Pugh.

Donovan McNabb didn’t have much to say about the Eagles’ quarterback competition.

After an injury-ravaged 2012, Redskins S Brandon Meriweather’s first goal is just to play this season.

Bears rookie G Kyle Long has gotten off to a good start in his first camp.

Havard Rugland, a.k.a. Kickalicious, nailed a 58-yard field goal at Lions practice.

Technique is T.J. Lang’s main concern as he switches to right guard.

Vikings LB Desmond Bishop says it’s a little weird wearing purple despite a childhood love for Barney the dinosaur.

Said Falcons linebackers coach Glenn Pires of Brian Banks, “I think he’s taken advantage of the offseason. He’s progressing well like all of the other young guys. I think he’s going to have the opportunity.”

S Mike Mitchell used to be a thorn in QB Cam Newton’s side and now he’s a Panthers teammate.

WR Kenny Stills is trying to separate from the pack at Saints camp.

RB Brian Leonard is still getting acquainted with the Buccaneers playbook.

The question of whether he can still be a dominant player leads to a colorful response from Cardinals DE Darnell Dockett.

Rookie OL Barrett Jones made his practice debut with the Rams.

49ers RB Frank Gore hasn’t lost any of his hunger.

A vote for Tarvaris Jackson as the backup quarterback for the Seahawks.

9 responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners

  1. Ravens Inside linebackers are a MAJOR question mark going into the year. Daryl Smith you can almost guarantee won’t play 16 games, depending on Jameel McClain is tough coming off the spine injury, and Arthur Brown I get the feeling has ALOT to learn. Hoping A. Brown really works hard and can become a factor late in the season.

    One nice thing about being a young Raven is they make the playoffs every year giving the youngsters a few more practices and games to develop. Most teams shut it down week 16-17 so Ravens rookies get more practice and relevant game experience.

    Flacco’s development has been framed by the many playoff games he has played since being a rookie. He has nearly another full season of game experience just on playoff appearances entering year 6!

  2. Interesting after going to training camp on Sunday I thought Tarvaris Jackson looked a little off. Where both Wilson and Quinn looked really good. I will say in practice all the Seattle WR’s looked good catching almost everything trown at them. Overall seeing them last weekend got me excited for the season.

  3. Ron Leary was unable to take the conditioning test due to an injury. He took it and passed it and practiced fully on Monday. So ‘soon’ was yesterday. 🙂

  4. ^lets use our brains please nananatman. It lists news in divisions, and It starts with the AFC EAST: Alphabetical: Buffalo, Miami, New England, New York.

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