Team by Team
Atlanta Falcons Updated:06/06/2005
Peerless Price could be cut from the Falcons for not living up to the $42 million deal he signed with the team a few years ago, according to the Buffalo News.
Baltimore Ravens Updated:06/06/2005
Deion Sanders has agreed in principle to a one-year, $1.5 million deal, according to the Baltimore Sun. He's expected to make a decision in the next day regarding if he'll be back for another season.
Cleveland Browns Updated:06/06/2005
The New York Daily News reports that cornerback Ty Law could wind up the Browns. The Jets, rumored to be interested, are likely out of the running for Law's services. ... With L.J. Shelton agreeing to a deal with the Browns, last season's starter, Ross Verba, wants out, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He could be released as well.
Detroit Lions Updated:06/03/2005
Defensive back R.W. McQuarters continues to shop his services, according to the Detroit Free Press. His visited with the Lions on Thursday, one day after meeting with the Dolphins. McQuarters was recently released by the Bears in a cost-cutting move.
Green Bay Packers Updated:06/06/2005
Quarterback Brett Favre has worked out with a personal trainer in Mississippi and reportedly is leaner than last season, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Also, there's been talk that Favre good play beyond the 2005 season.
Kansas City Chiefs Updated:06/03/2005
Freddie Mitchell, known for his ability to talk a good game, will work out for the Chiefs in the next week, according to the Kansas City Star. He was released by the Eagles in a cost-cutting move.
Miami Dolphins Updated:06/06/2005
R.W. McQuarters, who has visited with several teams, including the Dolphins, is expected to make a decision this week as to which team he'll sign with, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
New Orleans Saints Updated:06/01/2005
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the Saints' search for help at wide receiver has led them to Az-Zahir Hakim, who visited with the team in New Orleans on Tuesday.
Philadelphia Eagles Updated:06/03/2005
Quarterback Donovon McNabb believes that receiver Terrell Owens will arrive to training camp on time, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Owens is in the process of renegotiating his current deal and is remaining firm on his demands.
Seattle Seahawks Updated:06/06/2005
Linebacker Peter Boulware visited with the Seahawks this weekend, but left town without agreeing to a deal, according to the Seattle Times. His younger brother, Michael, is a safety with the team.
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