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Newz Forum: FOOTBALL: NFL Rumors and News 17/08/04

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posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 05:56 PM
Henry could help Dolphins
Orlando Sentinel

Sentinel columnist Chris Harry thinks that the Dolphins should try to acquire Bills running back Travis Henry.

Jets, Bucs may be eyeing Gannon
New York Daily News

Daily News columnist Gary Myers writes that both the Jets and Buccaneers could try to sign QB Rich Gannon if he is cut by the Raiders.

Dolphins may trade Ogunleye
Miami Herald

A source told the Herald's Armando Salguero that the Dolphins have been asking teams if they would be willing to deal for defensive end Adewale Ogunleye.

Bratzke interests Titans more than Carter
Nashville Tennessean

The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt reports that the Titans have denied rumors that they are interested in former Cowboys QB Quincy Carter. The Titans would like to sign defensive end Chad Bratzke, but his asking price is too steep.

Billick Is Clueless on Sanders Talk
Washington Post

Baltimore Ravens Coach Brian Billick didn't wait for the first question to be asked at his daily media gathering at training camp; he gave an answer to the question that he knew was coming: 'The man's retired. I've got no clue,' Billick said of a report that Deion Sanders was contemplating coming out of retirement to play for the Ravens.

Cap room won't last very long
New York Daily News

That, no doubt, will factor into the Chad Pennington negotiations. The Jets could structure a deal with a large bonus in '05, capitalizing on the cap space. The Jets are scheduled to meet with Pennington's agent, Tom Condon, on Thursday.

Fisher: Titans don't want Carter
Nashville Tennessean

The Titans are not interested in signing former Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter, despite a report last night that said otherwise... Former Colts defensive end Chad Bratzke is interested in playing for the Titans. The Titans are interested in Bratzke, but his price is currently too high.

Taylor deal won't be voided
Washington Times

An NFL source familiar with the league's contract mechanisms said there is no way safety Sean Taylor will be able to have his seven-year, $18 million deal voided.

Arizona group looks at buying Vikings
Minneapolis Star Tribune

A group of investors led by an Arizona entrepreneur has initiated substantive discussions about purchasing the Vikings from owner Red McCombs, two people with knowledge of the situation said Monday. While no deal appears imminent, the sides met as recently as last week and communicated through intermediaries Monday.

Bears could be Tuckered out already
Chicago Sun-Times

Left guard Rex Tucker was taken off the practice field at Olivet Nazarene University in an ambulance after dislocating his left elbow, creating more questions for an offensive line that has been struggling to find consistency now almost three weeks into camp.

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