Sunday morning one-liners

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The Bills don’t want to draw any comparisons between DT Kyle Williams and third-round pick Harrison Phillips.

TE Durham Smythe joined the Dolphins on Saturday.

Braxton Berrios is the newest member of the Patriots receiving corps.

The Jets added TE Chris Herndon on the final day of the draft.

Ozzie Newsome wrapped up his final draft as Ravens General Manager.

The Bengals added several defensive pieces the last three days.

Said new Browns LB Genard Avery, “I’m versatile. I can do anything.”

The Steelers didn’t land an inside linebacker in the draft.

Said CB Jermaine Kelly of new Texans teammate J.J. Watt, “I really looked up to him and it’s just a dream come true to happen to be in the training room and seeing him in there.”

The Colts spent the final day of the draft adding to their offense.

Assessing the Jaguars roster with the draft in the rearview mirror.

New Titans QB Luke Falk’s sisters live in Nashville to pursue careers in country music.

A look at the Broncos informing their draft picks that they’re headed to Denver.

DB Armani Watts said it’s humbling to be Chiefs teammates with S Eric Berry.

OL Scott Quessenberry grew up rooting for the Chargers and now he’s playing for them.

The Raiders closed out their draft with a trade.

The Cowboys passed on defensive backs in the draft.

A post-draft roster projection for the Giants.

The Eagles tight ends should create challenges for opposing defenses.

RB Derrius Guice said he’ll be running angrier than ever with the Redskins.

Breaking down the Bears’ first draft since hiring head coach Matt Nagy.

Lions G.M. Bob Quinn tried to address a toughness deficit in the draft.

Pass rusher wasn’t among the spots the Packers were able to address the last three days.

The Vikings added some depth to their defensive line.

Falcons third-round DT Deadrin Senat thought of his late parents after getting drafted.

Panthers G.M. Marty Hurney tried to improve the team’s speed via the draft.

How will RB Boston Scott fit into the Saints offense?

Buccaneers wide receiver coach Skyler Fulton had his eyes on fifth-round pick Justin Watson for a while.

The Cardinals only drafted one defensive player.

New Rams C Brian Allen wrestled with his brothers before he started taking on defensive linemen.

49ers G.M. John Lynch knows taking DE Kentavius Street after a torn ACL won’t be too popular with some fans.

Drafting LB Shaquem Griffin was the most memorable moment of the Seahawks draft.

7 responses to “Sunday morning one-liners

  1. Kudos to Ossie Newsome. 22 years and two super bowls as a GM. He is the very definition of class. His last draft might well be defined as his best. How many GMs have the kahunas to make the trades that he did and come out with 12 players and Lamar Jackson?

  2. Steelers overdrafted Edmunds and they reached in the 3rd round with Okorafor.
    I hope that Tyler Matakavich can fill the hole in the ILB position.

  3. “RB Derrius Guice said he’ll be running angrier than ever”

    Word on the street is that he’s an overachiever when it comes to anger.

  4. Pass rusher wasn’t among the spots the Packers were able to address the last three
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    To be fair they have so many holes to fill on that roster they can not possibly fill them from a single draft.

  5. People made fun of my Browns recommendation last week, so Dorsey will pay: Browns should have taken Barkley first – a one of a kind player. Giants were not taking a QB. The Jets would have ALL the pressure to choose wisely. Browns could have gotten any QB but what the Jets were picking.

    Barkley and Darnold or Barkley and Mayfield or Barkley and Rosen beats out Mayfield and the corner. Barkley would MAKE the QB in Cleveland whoever it was. Giants lucked out with Dorsey’s error. Idiot.

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