posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 09:29 PM
Even with Namath, new Jets stadium might not happen
The New York Jets know when they need help, and they also know where to find it.
Which is why former quarterback Joe Namath is in Manhattan this week, talking tough about the organization's most daunting assignment since ... well,
since Broadway Joe walked into Super Bowl III as an 18-point underdog.
Hutchinson lashes out at Cowboys
According to a report in the Dallas Morning News, Hutchinson said Friday the Cowboys told his agent they'd be waiving the quarterback before training
camp opens next week in Oxnard, Calif.
While Hutchinson told the Morning News he's not surprised by the move, he said he's upset with the way the team handled it, not letting him go until
after they signed Vinny Testaverde and traded for Drew Henson. Now Hutchinson says it hurts his chances of finding a job for next season.
Winslow likely late for camp
The Browns have had a few conversations with agents Carl and Kevin Poston regarding the contract for top draft pick Kellen Winslow Jr. But the odds of
having a deal wrapped up by the opening of camp on Friday are incalculable.
Buccaneers, top pick Clayton agree to contract
TAMPA, Fla. -- Jon Gruden was half joking when he turned toward Michael Clayton to finish answering a question about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers'
expectations for the talented rookie receiver.
"We think he's got a chance to be outstanding," the coach said Friday. "We'll be very, very disappointed if he's not -- Mike."
Clayton, a first-round draft pick who signed a six-year contract worth about $13 million, fired a quick retort.
"I'll be very disappointed if I'm not -- coach," the former LSU star said.
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