posted on Jul, 22 2004 @ 12:40 PM
J. Lewis' trial now might be delayed
"The drug conspiracy case of Jamal Lewis, which once appeared headed to trial in August, now seems likely to slip into the Ravens' regular season or
beyond, said the running back's attorney."
George may be bad fit for Cowboys
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Star-Telegram's Jennifer Floyd Engel reports that the Cowboys may pass on signing former Titans running back Eddie George for fear that he would
impede the progress of rookie Julius Jones.
Packers' McKenzie expected to skip camp
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Journal Sentinel's Rob Reischel reports that cornerback Mike McKenzie isn't expected to be in attendance when the Packers begin training camp.
McKenzie is holding out for a new contract.
Agent thinks Gallery will be in camp on time
Contra Costa Times
The agent for Raiders first-round pick Robert Gallery told the Times' Steve Corkran that he expects that his client will be "signed and at training
camp on time".
Redskins working to get Taylor signed
The Post's Jason La Canfora reports that Redskins execs Vinny Cerrato and Eric Schaffer will be in California today to continue contract talks with
first-round pick Sean Taylor.
Weaver hoping to avoid Williams holdout
The Times-Union's Vito Stellino reports that Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver is hopeful that first-round pick Reggie Williams will agree to a contract
before the start of training camp.
Smith agrees to one-year Titans' deal
"Eddie George is gone, but the Titans will keep running. Former New England Patriots running back Antowain Smith, 32, will be one of the players
carrying the football. He agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Titans yesterday."
Cowboys' rookie pool will stay unchanged
Dallas Morning News
"The NFL on Wednesday denied the Cowboys' request to have their rookie pool increased, a source said. The source said vice president Stephen Jones
spoke with the NFL on Wednesday morning and was informed the Cowboys' rookie pool of $2,895,414, to be used to pay their eight draft choices and
rookie free agents, would not be increased."
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