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Newz Forum: FOOTBALL: NFL Rumors 30/11/04

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posted on Nov, 30 2004 @ 04:14 PM
Shanahan should resign
Denver Post

Post columnist Jim Armstrong thinks that Broncos coach Mike Shanahan should accept a contract buyout and take a year off from coaching.

Coach thinks McNair will be back
Nashville Tennessean

Titans coach Jeff Fisher doesn't think that QB Steve McNair is ready to retire. Fisher told the Tennessean's Jim Wyatt that McNair still has "several years left".

Chargers may not deal Brees
Daily Herald

Daily Herald columnist Barry Rozner expects the Chargers to make Drew Brees their franchise player and keep him as their starting QB next season.

Bengals' Johnson, Houshmandzadeh could go free
Cincinnati Enquirer

The Enquirer's Mark Curnutte reports that the Bengals haven't made any progress in their contract talks with free agent-to-be Rudi Johnson. Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh will both be unrestricted free agents at the end of the season.

Vikings may part ways with Bennett, Hovan
St. Paul Pioneer Press

Pioneer Press columnist Charley Walters writes that the Vikings' Michael Bennett and Chris Hovan could both be playing for the Cardinals next season.

Bucs Can't Kick, So They Must Punt Gramatica
Tampa Tribune

If someone at today's kicker auditions for the Bucs shows the ability to, you know, kick, we've probably seen the last of Martin Gramatica.

Gibbs: No Truth to Report
Washington Post

According to Redskins sources, Gibbs was flabbergasted about an ESPN report that said he was mulling stepping down because of health-related issues.

Vermeil plans to stick around
Kansas City Star

Dick Vermeil, whose burnout 20 years ago resulted in his departure from the game, might be tempted these days to again move on. But Vermeil said Monday that his intent was to coach the Chiefs next season and finish the final year on his contract.

Davis acknowledges his uncertain future
Cleveland Plain Dealer

Butch Davis ad mitted Monday that he doesn't know if he'll be back with the team next season. 'I can't answer that,' Davis said.

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