posted on Aug, 13 2004 @ 04:26 PM
Dolphins unlikely to fire Wannstedt
Palm Beach Post
The Post's Greg Stoda reports that the loss of Ricky Williams to retirement and David Boston to injury may have given Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt a
"keep-his-job safety net".
Woodson, Raiders back at square one
Senior personnel executive Mike Lombardi told the Bee's Gregg Bell that NFL rules will force the Raiders to "start at square one and go again" in
their contract talks with cornerback Charles Woodson. The Raiders have offered Woodson a deal that would make him the NFL's highest paid cornerback.
Darius may not be a Jaguar for much longer
The Times-Union's Vito Stellino reports that this season will likely be safety Donovin Darius' last with the Jaguars.
Spriggs could join Redskins
The Times' Mark Zuckerman reports that the Redskins may sign free agent tackle Marcus Spriggs.
No sitting on his hands
If (Donovin) Darius does have his best season, it could be a fitting farewell because all the indications are that this is his last year in
Better Than Bailey?
Personnel executive Michael Lombardi said a reported offer to cornerback Charles Woodson exceeding the 7-year, $63 million (with an $18 million
signing bonus) paid to Denver cornerback Champ Bailey was actually made in February.
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