Saints sideline reporter

“Listen, I was highly critical of him the last couple of years because I thought he was predictable. I thought the offense was predictable when he was in the game – it was going to be pretty much a run or a play-action – but he’s been more involved in the passing game than I thought he would be. Some of that has to do with C.J. Spiller being out in the preseason and also the emergence of Khiry Robinson, but look, if you’re a fantasy player, I think you can realistically expect 800 to 1,000 yards from Mark Ingram on the ground this year. He’s going to be their bell-cow running back – and typically under Sean Payton and Drew Brees, they haven’t featured a running back. But he’s going to be the closest thing to a featured running back that they’ve had here since maybe Deuce McAllister in 2006.”
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106.7 Redskins reporter

“I think he probably feels a little bit abused. He certainly can’t be happy about the way this has all gone down. He’s a competitive guy. He wants to play. It feels like he should be playing. It feels like he’s the best quarterback on the team.”
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KEN CARMAN – 9/2/15
Cleveland’s 92.3 The Fan host

“It’s, is he going to be worth the distraction? I think the Browns, as well as a lot of other teams, are thinking, ‘We don’t know.’ And if we have to cut him in a few weeks, is it worth bringing him in considering that a lot of questions are going to be asked about this guy and we’re going to be answering a lot of questions about one player and putting some guys in some tough positions? (If we) have to make a tough decision, that might not even make it worth it.”
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TROY RENCK – 9/3/15
Denver Post Broncos beat writer

“Manning is 39. No quarterback has won a Super Bowl at his age, let alone even started in one. So they’ve gone to him and said, ‘Hey, three days on, take a day off in training camp. Look to take Wednesday off during the regular season.’ All with a single goal in mind – for the Denver Broncos to play their best football at the end of the season. They believe that less is more for Manning at this point in his career and that even though he’s a creature of habit, eventually this will benefit him greatly toward the end of the season. And again, so far he’s bought in – sometimes reluctantly because he’d rather get every snap in practice and every snap in a preseason game, but they’re going to run the football. They’re going to do things to help Manning with the pistol and the hurry-up but they’re not just going to just jump the run and go back to the old offense. That’s not happening.”
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ROB LONG – 9/3/15
Baltimore 105.7 The Fan host

“Joe Flacco is the staple of this offense. The running game is very important, as it is for any quarterback – even Hall of Fame quarterbacks. But this offense goes as Joe Flacco goes.”
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Legal analyst

“That’s really what a big portion of it was. He didn’t come down and say whether Tom Brady did or didn’t do it. But he also says that the Wells Report didn’t do its job as far as determining whether Tom Brady was guilty of deflating balls or not guilty of deflating balls.”
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JON WALLACH – 9/4/15
Sports Hub analyst

“This has dominated the headlines – not only nationally but especially locally – for seven months. Everyone just wanted it to be over. No one was quite sure what Brady’s status was, but yeah, that’s exactly what it was. It was as big a story as you can possibly get. Patriots fans have their quarterback back. He’s going to play and it’s huge for this team. This team did not play well at the beginning of last season, and now they have a chance to do that. You need your best weapons at your disposal, and now the Patriots and their fans have that.”
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