posted on Aug, 25 2004 @ 04:47 PM
Raiders' Woodson to return next week
Contra Costa Times
Agent Carl Poston told the Times' Steve Corkran that holdout cornerback Charles Woodson will return to the Raiders next week.
Jets could re-sign Pennington, Ellis
The Star-Ledger's Dave Hutchinson reports that Chad Pennington and Shaun Ellis are close to signing long-term deals with the Jets.
49ers won't talk contract with Peterson until he signs tender
The Tribune's Roger Phillips reports that the 49ers won't resume contract talks with holdout linebacker Julian Peterson until he signs the
franchise-player tender and re-joins the team.
Steelers end talks with Bell
The Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette reports that the Steelers' contract talks with Kendrell Bell have ended. Bell will be an unrestricted free agent in
Dolphins keeping tabs on Browns' Jackson
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer's Tony Grossi reports that the Dolphins, who are interested in running back James Jackson, scouted the Browns on Saturday.
Panthers get tackle in trade with Cowboys
The Carolina Panthers took a step toward rebuilding their depleted offensive line depth Tuesday, trading a conditional 2005 draft pick to the Dallas
Cowboys for tackle Javiar Collins.
Rivers gets positive reviews after his first day of practice
San Diego Union-Tribune
Starting strong safety Terrence Kiel was asked how quarterback Philip Rivers looked yesterday in his first official practice since missing nearly a
month of training camp in a contract impasse.
Abraham To Meet NFL Discipline Reps
New York Post
John Abraham will learn his fate with the league today when he meets with NFL officials after showing a high amount of alcohol in his system after a
random drug test.
Turley appears likely to miss entire season
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The outlook does not look promising for offensive tackle Kyle Turley playing for the Rams this season. Turley aggravated a back injury early in
training camp and has not practiced since.
McAlister Is Still a No-Show For Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens' training camp has now come and gone, and still no sign of Pro Bowl cornerback Chris McAlister.
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