Three and out: Bulger would look good in Miami

Happy Memorial Day Weekend, everybody — what are you doing still working? Well, let me do my part with some quick hitters to help you pass the time.

LaCanfora: Bulger will be a good quarterback. Our Jason LaCanfora reports that the Ravens are convinced that QB Marc Bulger will be very good this season and that while the team would love to keep him in Baltimore, he’s probably going to get a two-year deal with some team. Bulger looked like a lock for the Cardinals, but he wants to stay on the East Coast (which makes no sense to me). Do us all a fantasy favor and put him in Miami. I’m still convinced he could be a good fantasy quarterback, and he would at least help out WR Brandon Marshall.

Is Torain going to be the starter in Washington? Comcast SportsNet Washington offered some predictions of what Redskins coach Mike Shanahan is going to do with his running backs this season. But here’s the rub … nobody ever knows what he is going to do with his running backs. That’s why I still believe that Ryan Torain figures to be the man in D.C. this year. Sure, he’s been banged up some. But Torain is the Jeremy Piven to Shanahan’s John Cusak. He is going to be given every chance to succeed.

Eagles will do what’s best for Kolb: Eagles coach Andy Reid said that he would do what’s best for QB Kevin Kolb, as the want-to-be starter showed up for Eagles workouts. So does that mean he ends up in Washington? Just kidding. Some feel that given the right situation, Kolb could be a good fantasy quarterback. I am not some of those people. Kolb would be one of my players to avoid if he gets dealt.

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