posted on Aug, 12 2004 @ 05:49 PM
Tomlinson may be on verge of signing mega deal
San Diego Union-Tribune
LaDainian Tomlinson could soon become the NFL's highest-paid running back. Sources told the Union-Tribune's Jim Trotter that Tomlinson and the
Chargers have "all but agreed in principle" to a contract extension.
Woodson about to strike it rich?
Contra Costa Times
The Times' Steve Corkran reports that the Raiders have offered cornerback Charles Woodson a deal that is worth more than the seven-year, $63 million
contract that Champ Bailey signed with the Broncos.
Packers could let Franks walk
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Journal Sentinel's Rob Reischel reports that the Packers may not be willing to make a "major financial investment" in tight end Bubba Franks.
Franks will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.
Jets on lookout for QB
New York Daily News
The Daily News' Rich Cimini reports that the Jets could go shopping for a backup QB. Brock Huard, Mike Quinn, Craig Nall and Jason Garrett are among
the QBs who could become available.
Six-year deal doesn't interest Watson
The Herald's Kevin Mannix reports that the Patriots' contract talks with first-round pick Benjamin Watson are at an impasse because the team is
insisting that he sign a six-year deal.
Ravens talking to Ogden about reworking deal
The Ravens are involved in contract negotiations with Jonathan Ogden that, according to both sides, would allow the Pro Bowl offensive tackle to end
his career in Baltimore and provide the team future salary cap room to re-sign players.
Dolphin receivers get a wait-and-see
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
The Dolphins will further assess the wide receivers on their roster in Saturday night's exhibition opener against Jacksonville before trying to sign
unrestricted free agent Antonio Freeman.
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