posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 03:32 PM
Time for Colts to deal James
Star columnist Bob Kravitz thinks that the Colts should trade Edgerrin James to the Dolphins. Because James is unlikely to re-sign with the Colts next
year, Kravitz believes that Indy would be wise to ship him to the Dolphins for defensive end Adewale Ogunleye.
Rams deny Faulk rumors
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Post-Dispatch's Bill Coats reports that the Rams have denied rumors that they could swap running back Marshall Faulk for Miami's Adewale Ogunleye.
Will Williams return to Dolphins?
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
The Sun-Sentinel's Alex Marvez reports that the Dolphins are reluctant to place running back Ricky Williams on the reserve/retired list because they
are still hoping that he will return.
Ravens may force McAlister to sign tender
The Sun's Jamison Hensley reports that the Ravens won't resume contract talks with holdout cornerback Chris McAlister if he fails to sign a one-year,
$7.1 million tender.
McCardell may have to pay back bonus
St. Petersburg Times
The Times' Roger Mills reports that Buccaneers receiver Keenan McCardell may be forced to pay back half of his $2-million signing bonus if he skips
the team's training camp.
All 10 Eagles rookies signed
By bed check last night, all 10 of the Eagles' draft picks were signed and accounted for, ending all speculation that first-round selection Shawn
Andrews would not be signed in time for this morning's first workout at Lehigh University.
Texans RB Stampede
The Dolphins brought in two running backs: former Texan Stacey Mack and former Bear and Texan James Allen, on Tuesday evening. Both were scheduled to
meet with coaches and will continue their visits today. The team also showed interest in former Lions running back James Stewart, but he will not be
visiting anytime soon... Dorsey Levens and former Dolphins running back Robert Edwards also have shown interest.
News and Rumors sources
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