Friday morning one-liners


New Bills wide receivers coach Rob Moore has a similar background to head coach Doug Marrone.

Breaking down the Dolphins defensive line’s work in 2013 and future in Miami.

A look at the most significant Patriots free agents.

There’s not much on the free agent radar at quarterback for the Jets.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh is visiting troops in the Middle East.

The rehab timeline of DT Geno Atkins and CB Leon Hall top the list of Bengals questions for the offseason.

What is Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan looking for in a rookie quarterback?

Steelers DE Brett Keisel shaved his beard for charity.

New Texans strength and conditioning coach Craig Fitzgerald helped build Jeremy Lin into a stronger player while he was at Harvard.

Forecasting the future for Colts K Adam Vinatieri with free agency looming.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley feels he has a better grip on his team entering his second season.

Looking back at the way the Titans handled LB Zach Brown last season.

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has been named the offensive captain of USA Football’s All-Fundamentals team.

Mock drafts are linking the Chiefs with wide receivers.

The Raiders announced Chris Boniol as assistant special teams coach and Vernon Stephens as assistant strength and conditioning coach.

A recap of the job done by the Chargers defensive backs last season.

Calvin Watkins of thinks the Cowboys worked out Mike Kafka as potential insurance against a Tony Romo setback.

Rounding up all the pending free agents on the Giants roster.

A list of the 14 players that the Eagles interviewed at the Senior Bowl.

Five things on Redskins QB Robert Griffin III’s offseason to-do list.

Bears DE Cornelius Washington didn’t see much action during his rookie season.

Former Lions RB Barry Sanders likes what he’s seen from current Lions RB Joique Bell.

Could TE C.J. Fiedorowicz be the next Iowa product to make his way to the Packers.

Said Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards, “I see a group of men that plays hard in every situation. I mean, guys are relentless chasing the ball, trying to create turnovers, those kind of things. So it’s a good group, you can tell, that really cares about each other and [works] together for a common goal.”

Former Falcons DE Claude Humphrey says he’s living a dream after his election to the Hall of Fame.

Said Panthers LB Thomas Davis of his return from three ACL surgeries, “I’m absolutely proud of it. I’m even more excited for the guys who will come behind me, that I paved the way for. Teams can now look at my situation and not give up on their guys. If I can help save the next man’s career, that means more to me than to save my own.”

A rundown of the best running backs in Saints history.

Five underclassmen who might be of interest to the Buccaneers when draft time gets here.

A vote against Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson holding out.

Arash Markazi of would like to see the Rams return to Southern California.

Where does RB Frank Gore’s 51-yard run against the Seahawks rank on the list of top 49ers plays in 2013?

Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, “We want this team together, we want to see if we can keep this team together. Every decision is difficult that we have to face. And guys that are at the end of their contracts, those are big issues for us. We love the guys; we love what they do and what they bring. And we’d like to keep it together as best we can.”

2 responses to “Friday morning one-liners

  1. Thomas Davis is a man amongst boys in this league. Everyone in Charlotte knows 89 will have a statue outside Bank of America stadium the day he retires, but I would argue Thomas Davis be there right beside him.

    The Panthers motto has been “Keep Pounding”, and nobody in this organization embodies that more than Thomas Davis.

  2. Dolphins d line is stacked. If they can get grimes back and a healthy Patterson that defense is top 5, deep at all positions on d. too bad the o line was so terrible.

    This team has a ton of talent on both sides of the ball, I really believe they are a good o line away from being a force for a while. Tannehill put up impressive stats for having a line that gave up 58 sacks and no running game to open up the passing lanes, he is overlooked and is only getting better. It would be nice to see one of the more storied franchises be a contender again. A good draft, don’t try to get cute, and sign a couple players in free agency, could be good real soon.

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