Monday, April 30, 2012

Monday morning one-liners


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Bills CB Stephon Gilmore has his family tree tattooed on his upper arm.
The Dolphins drafted players from the University of Miami for the first time in eight years.
Analyzing the Patriots roster after the draft.
The Jets sent more signals about where they want to go offensively during the draft.
Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said all is positive with T Bryant McKinnie’s condition this offseason.
Rob Oller of the Columbus Dispatch thinks the Bengals’ last two drafts show they know what they are doing.
Do the Browns need to get a veteran mentor for QB Brandon Weeden?
WR Toney Clemons is down with filling any role the Steelers want him to play in 2012.
Said Texans coach Gary Kubiak, “I feel very good about our draft class. Not only did we add quality talent to our team, but we added players with passion. Our team is about a group of guys that play very hard week in and week out. When you look at this group, that’s the first thing that stands out to me.”
Colts owner Jim Irsay compares drafting QB Andrew Luck with the day when they drafted Peyton Manning.
The Jaguars filled needs in the draft, but they still need more depth.
Are the Titans moving out of their run-first offense?
The 2012 Broncos draft addressed many of the problems created by the team’s selections in 2009.
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel is looking forward to doing some coaching.
The Raiders emphasized character in the draft.
Optimism greets the Chargers after a draft that addressed the team’s needs.
The Cowboys have put rookie WR Danny Coale in the mix for third receiver.
Giants RB David Wilson and CB Jayron Hosley were roommates as freshmen at Virginia Tech.
The Eagles’ draft showed the importance of defending against the pass.
Creating depth was important for the Redskins in this year’s draft.
The Bears may still be in the market for a veteran defensive tackle.
Oklahoma Sooners were quite popular with the Lions this year.
Packers CB Charles Woodson was happy with the team’s attention to defense in the draft.
RB Derrick Coleman, signed as an undrafted free agent by the Vikings, is severely hard of hearing.
FB Ovie Mughelli could be on the way out with the Falcons.
S D.J. Campbell played at Panthers coach Ron Rivera’s alma mater Cal and went to high school with Rivera’s nieces.
Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune thinks the rest of the NFC South drafted to keep pace with the Saints.
The Buccaneers created competition at several sports via the draft.
Cardinals President Michael Bidwill has been hanging out with Mikhail Gorbachev.
The Rams could have two rookies as their starting wide receivers next season.
Playing faster on offense was behind the 49ers’ draft decisions.
Should the Seahawks have done more to help their passing offense in the draft?



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