posted on Aug, 9 2004 @ 04:10 PM
Peterson wants to be paid like QB
The Bee's Matthew Barrows reports that 49ers linebacker Julian Peterson is seeking Peyton Manning type money. The 49ers offered Peterson a six-year,
$37.8 million deal, but he balked.
Bucs have best shot at Brown
St. Petersburg Times
The Times reports that former Raiders receiver Tim Brown is believed to be "leaning toward" joining the Buccaneers. If the Bucs sign Brown, they are
expected to deal or release Keenan McCardell.
Dolphins' talks with Ogunleye progressing
Agent Drew Rosenhaus told the Herald's Jason Cole that defensive end Adewale Ogunleye may be willing to sign a "split structure" contract with the
Have Raiders made offer to Woodson?
Although the Raiders are rumored to have offered cornerback Charles Woodson a $20 million signing bonus, the Bee's Gregg Bell reports that the team
has yet to admit that they've put a contract on the table.
Dolphins to take look at Freeman
Palm Beach Post
The Post's Joe Schad reports that receiver Antonio Freeman is likely to meet with the Dolphins today. The Dolphins are shopping for a wideout to
replace David Boston.
Talks go nowhere, so Rivers goes east
San Diego Union-Tribune
The weekend came and went yesterday without the Chargers and Rivers striking a deal. And in a possible indication of the state of negotiations, Rivers
will leave San Diego this morning to return to his old stamping grounds in Raleigh, N.C., and Athens, Ala.
Bengals, Perry approaching deal
The Bengals are nearing a contract with first-round draft pick Chris Perry. The Enquirer learned Sunday night that the Bengals have made great
progress in talks this weekend with the former Michigan running back.
Rumors and News sources
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