Quick Hits from Around the League
As usual, surfing the net has unearthed a number of interesting stories from around the NFL. Here are today’s quick hits from around the league to get you through the day.
Normally, I would be writing all day about this but…It’s been common knowledge that the Panthers could have interest in Alge Crumpler. And you just had to know they might take a look at bringing back Muhsin Muhammad. (Gaston Gazette)
Drew “The Blood-Sucking Vampire” Rosenhaus, the agent for Chad Johnson, is attempting to work out a trade to get Ocho Cinco to Washington, according to the Dayton Daily News.
Could gay-bashing Brady Quinn be asking for a trade out of Cleveland? (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
The Tennessean tells us if the Panthers want Alge Crumpler, they may fall into a bidding war with the Titans.
Despite all the rumors to the contrary, Panthers fans may still get to see DeAngelo Hall twice a year when Carolina plays the Falcons. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
The Broncos could soon be without the services of several big-name veterans, says the Denver Post.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Marion Barber is expecting to sit down with the Cowboys soon to work out a contract extension. They are also telling us that the team will be sitting down to talk with safety Ken Hamlin’s people soon.
The Texans have released four players and might be looking to add Zach Thomas. (Houston Chronicle)
The Browns, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, are confident that they will have Derek Anderson signed to a long-term deal soon.
Herm “You Play to Win the Game” Edwards feels sure that Jared Allen will remain with the Chiefs. (Kansas City Star)
Despite some poor play in the past, the Bears may be interested in re-signing Rex Grossman, per a story in the Chicago Sun-Times.
Defensive tackle, Greg Williams, may be receiving a franchise tag in Green Bay. (Green Bay Press-Gazette)
The Ravens held on to Terrell Suggs yesterday by placing the franchise tag on him and now want to retain him with a long-term deal according to the Baltimore Sun.
A report in the Indy Star tells us that the Colts will do whatever they have to do to keep tight end Dallas Clark, including franchising him…seems they already did.
John Lynch may be coming back for one more year with the Broncos. (Denver Post)