Browns may be watching Weis, Crennel closely
The Herald's Michael Felger reports that Patriots assistant coaches Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel will get a chance to audition for Browns' head
coaching job when the two teams play on Sunday.
Who will be Browns' next GM?
Akron Beacon Journal
The Beacon Journal's Terry Pluto reports that Phil Savage, Randy Mueller, Ron Hill, Tom Modrak, Bobby Grier, Floyd Reese and Ozzie Newsome may be on
the Browns' front office wish list.
Cowboys may try to break up Jets' D-line
New York Daily News
The Daily News' Rich Cimini reports that the Cowboys may try to sign Jets defensive linemen John Abraham and Jason Ferguson.
Johnson isn't worth big bucks
Enquirer columnist Paul Daugherty doesn't think that the Bengals should re-sign Rudi Johnson if the running back demands a $6 million per year
Chiefs may go on spending spree
Kansas City Star
The Star's Ivan Carter reports that John Abraham, Charles Woodson, Fred Smoot, Kendrell Bell, Jerry Porter, Plaxico Burress, Marvin Harrison, Darren
Howard, Chike Okeafor, Shaun Rogers, Mark Fields, Edgerton Hartwell and Gary Baxter are among the free agents that the Chiefs could target in the
McCown's best play may be to leave team
A bright red suitcase was at quarterback Josh McCown's locker when the Cardinals finished practice Monday, and the symbolism did not escape the keen
observation skills of the gathered journalists.
Davenport ready to cash in
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
When this season ends, Davenport will be a restricted free agent and the Packers are going to have to consider making a first-round tender offer to
prevent him from leaving.
Tuna to go fishing for Jets' stars
New York Daily News
Abraham and Jason Ferguson are the only two starters without contracts for 2005 - and guess who's lurking in the weeds, waiting for a chance to sign
them? Here's a hint: He's a larger-than-life Jersey guy, down on his luck in Big D.
Building success starts with franchise player at quarterback
San Francisco Chronicle
Tim Rattay could be serviceable if he had a decent supporting cast, but he is not a player to build a team around. Quarterback Matt Leinart of USC
appears he could be, and so he's the answer to the most popular question in town this week...