posted on Sep, 2 2004 @ 05:09 PM
Patriots may have to say goodbye to veterans
The Herald's Michael Felger reports that the Patriots may have to part ways with Willie McGinest, Joe Andruzzi, Tyrone Poole, David Patten or Ted
Johnson to get under the salary cap.
Rams aren't waiting for Pace
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Rams coach Mike Martz told the Post-Dispatch's Bill Coats that he is assuming that holdout tackle Orlando Pace is "not coming in, period".
Jackson still a Brown
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Although running back James Jackson would be a good fit for the Dolphins, the Plain Dealer's Tony Grossi reports that the Browns don't appear to be
close to trading him to Miami.
Bucs could sign kicker
The Tribune's Roy Cummings reports that the Buccaneers may look to replace kicker Martin Gramatica if he continues to struggle. The Chiefs' Morten
Andersen and the Cowboys' Billy Cundiff could become options for the Bucs if they are released.
Wannstedt denies 'Revolt'
The Dolphins' offensive coaching staff has had moments of disagreements and even mild bickering among itself, but coach Dave Wannstedt contends there
has never been a ''revolt'' within the staff as was reported by a national publication Wednesday.
Braham has knee surgery
The Bengals suffered another injury blow on Wednesday when starting center Rich Braham underwent arthroscopic knee surgery.
Packers might cut ex-starter Anderson
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Marques Anderson found out last week that his days as a starting safety for the Green Bay Packers were over. On Sunday, he'll discover whether he's
even on the team.
Clausen set for workout with Titans
Two quarterbacks whom the Titans flirted with earlier this offseason are back on the team's radar screen, and one is former University of Tennessee
star Casey Clausen. But it's veteran Doug Johnson who has the best chance of landing a spot on the Titans' 53-man roster for the regular season.
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