Raiders' Brown may land on his feet
San Jose Mercury News
The Mercury News' Dennis Georgatos reports that the Cowboys, Buccaneers and Broncos may all be interested in signing Tim Brown.
Bucs aren't ready to give up on McCardell
The Buccaneers don't plan to release holdout receiver Keenan McCardell. Bucs GM Bruce Allen told the Tribune's Katherine Smith that "until [McCardell]
changes his mind, there's nothing we can do".
Pennington looking to break bank
The Star-Ledger's Dave Hutchinson reports that there is talk that QB Chad Pennington may ask the Jets for a $25-million signing bonus.
Bills trio likely to become free agents
The News' Mark Gaughan reports that the Bills have failed to make any headway in their contract talks with Jonas Jennings, Aaron Schobel and Pat
Williams. The trio will become free agents at the end of the season.
Ricky Would 'Love' To Play For Raiders
Ricky Williams told Sports Illustrated through an e-mail exchange on Wednesday that he would 'love it' if he were to resurrect his career with the
Oakland Raiders as early as next year.
Falcons not likely to put claim in on Carter
It is unlikely the Falcons will claim him, given their growing delight with rookie Matt Schaub and their desire to retain veteran Ty Detmer. Further,
as owner Arthur Blank prefers players actively involved in the community, Carter would be a tough sell.
Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt said he had 'nothing new to report' on the negotiations between the team and Adewale Ogunleye. That's because the team
and the representative for the unsigned Pro Bowl defensive end have had no meaningful negotiations in more than two weeks.
Holmes, Kendall interest Dolphins
Palm Beach Post
Former Giants and Hurricanes defensive end Kenny Holmes worked out for the Dolphins. ... Pete Kendall, recently was released by the Cardinals, still
is drawing interest from the Dolphins, among several other teams.
Baxter looks ahead
The Ravens will have several unrestricted free agents at the end of the 2004 season, among them linebacker Ed Hartwell, guard Casey Rabach and
cornerback Gary Baxter. Baxter, who might be on the verge of a Pro Bowl season, has been keeping an eye on the negotiations between the team and
fellow starting cornerback Chris McAlister.
Garcia urges Winslow to report
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Quarterback Jeff Garcia called out contract holdout Kellen Winslow Jr. Wednesday for not being in camp and vowed he'll call him to put on the heat.
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