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NFL Links: Davis says Dolphins CBs the best


Posted Aug. 22, 2011 @ 1:45 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, August 26, 2011

The Dolphins have the best cornerback tandem in the league, according to Vontae Davis.

Peyton Manning has some extra motivation to be ready for Week One.

A Chicago columnist says the Bears shouldn't overpay to sign Matt Forté to an extension.

Cam Newton isn't the only Panther going through some growing pains, says a Charlotte columnist.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Plaxico Burress can never make up for hurting the Giants' Super Bowl chances in the 2008 season, according to a New York columnist.

A Seattle reporter says the question for Mike Williams is no longer whether he can reclaim his football career, "but how far he can take it."

C.J. Spiller says the competition between him and Fred Jackson hasn't turned ugly.

Adrian Wilson is using the "haters" for motivation as recovers from an injury.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

The biggest concern for the Eagles is Andy Reid "and the coaching staff he's put together on the fly," according to one columnist.

A Chicago columnist is wondering why the Bears' coaching staff declared Roy Williams a starter so soon.

Mario Williams says he's not bothered by his critics.

Aaron Curry has been at the top of his game this preseason, according to Pete Carroll.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

An Indianapolis columnist says Jim Irsay is "The Riddler" of NFL owners.

Vernon Gholston says he didn't get a fair shake with the Jets.

The Cardinals are looking for a running back to complement Beanie Wells, but they're in no rush to find one.

Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden still gets asked about Carson Palmer, but there are no signs he's coming out of retirement.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Mike Shanahan says he's pleased with John Beck's decision making.

One columnist says there shouldn't be another 49ers-Raiders preseason game.

A Miami writer explains why the Dolphins are giddy about their defensive line.

The Patriots' defense was "downright frightening" in its second preseason game, according to a Boston reporter.

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