posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 04:34 PM
Ricky could still return to NFL
Los Angeles Times
Although Ricky Williams' lawyer has turned down a deal that would have allowed him to return to the NFL next season, the Times' Sam Farmer reports
that the running back hasn't ruled out resuming his football career at some point.
Mueller, Reinfeldt to interview for Browns job
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer's Tony Grossi reports that the Browns plan to interview Randy Mueller and Mike Reinfeldt for their vacant GM job. The Browns could
also talk to Ozzie Newsome, Phil Savage and Scott Pioli.
Browns could hire Singletary
Daily Herald columnist Barry Rozner writes that Mike Singletary may have a shot at becoming the Browns' next coach.
McMichael wants to get deal done with Dolphins
Palm Beach Post
Randy McMichael told the Post's Joe Schad that he is "pretty sure" that the Dolphins will sign him to a new contract. McMichael could get a deal
similar to the six-year, $26 million contract that Alge Crumpler just signed with the Falcons.
Reid can't leave Eagles for BYU
Philadelphia Daily News
BYU won't get a chance to hire Eagles coach Andy Reid. A source told the Daily News' Les Bowen that Reid has a clause in his contract that forbids him
from leaving the Eagles to join BYU.
Sherman to Stanford?
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wide receivers coach Ray Sherman said Stanford University hadn’t contacted coach Mike Sherman seeking permission to discuss its vacant head-coaching
position with him.
Barlow's future with 49ers is uncertain
Contra Costa Times
Running back Kevan Barlow insisted Thursday that he's 'not a bust,' but it's the 49ers who must ultimately decide that by March, when Barlow is due a
$6.5 million bonus.
Abe's pricey tag
John Abraham may be the first player in the NFL's unrestricted free agency era to say he wouldn't mind receiving a franchise tag from his team.