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Newz Forum: FOOTBALL: NFL Rumors and News 10/08/04

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posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 02:34 PM
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Browns still working on deal with Winslow
Akron Beacon Journal

The Beacon Journal's Marla Ridenour reports that the Browns may be closing in on a deal with first-round pick Kellen Winslow Jr.
 

McKenzie, Packers still at odds
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Packers cornerback Mike McKenzie's holdout may not be just about money. The Journal Sentinel's Tom Silverstein reports that there may be a "genuine chasm" in the Packers' relationship with McKenzie.

Bell looking for long-term deal
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

The Tribune Review's Jerry DiPaola reports that the Steelers are talking to Kendrell Bell's agent about a long-term deal. Bell is seeking a contract similar to the eight-year, $66 million deal that the Eagles gave Jevon Kearse.

Tampa Bay welcomes Brown
Oakland Tribune

Although the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were doing their best to keep the news under wraps, wide receiver Tim Brown is scheduled to arrive today and will be introduced at a press conference as the latest former Raider to join the Buccaneers.

Dolphins eyeing Freeman, Dixon
Palm Beach Post

The Dolphins worked out former Florida safety Daryl Dixon, who has visited Indianapolis... Receiver Antonio Freeman is expected to work out today."

Studwell to Packers?
Minneapolis Star Tribune

GREEN BAY HAS A VOID at the top of its college scouting department after the death of Mark Hatley. The Vikings have Scott Studwell in that role. 'There's no question that Scott is extemely well-regarded around the league,' said Mike Kelly, the Vikings' executive vice president.

Perry remains holdout
Cincinnati Post

Chris Perry has not yet signed a contract. Indications are that the team's first-round draft choice soon will agree to a deal, a deal that should pay him about $7 million for the next five seasons, maybe a little more with some incentives thrown in.

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Ben

posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 03:52 PM
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Hopefully the packers can cut a deal with their CB they need him for that defense, and with the dolphins eyeing freeman is a good choice considering the fact that they dont have boston for next season.



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