Dolphins might want Green, but they don't have much to offer [8:08 AM] Fox Sports reports:
The Dolphins have shown an interest in Trent Green but don't have much to offer. The Dolphins who were 'one player away from the Superbowl' last year so they traded their first round pick last year to the 2nd round pick to the Falcons,
The Dolphins did not do too bad on the deal since the Falcons nose dived in 1999 giving the Dolphins an early 2nd round pick but most analysts think that getting Green will require a first round pick to trade with the Rams.
Other scuttlebutt is that the Dolphins may be trying to package their two 2nd round picks to the Rams with a player to the Rams.
Another Cowboy to the Dolphins [8:07 AM] Fox Sports reports:
Once again the Dolphins are trying to transform themselves into the Cowboys. Besides following Jimmy Johnson's questional practice of looking for players with trouble with the law, the former coach of the Cowboys Dave Wannstedt is finalizing plans to bring in Chan Gailey as offensive coordinator.
New Super Bowl blueprint [5:00 PM] Shout! reports:
Today we are going to have to rethink our blueprints for winning championships in the NFL. The old one, put in place by coaches such as Bill Parcells, said that teams must run the football, control the clock and play tough defense.
QB coach Henning in line to head up Jets offense [5:07 PM] Bergen News reports:
Talk about more good news for Buffalo. First the Jets coaches have their squabbles (and Bill Belichick is out now) and now the Jets are talking about Henning (you know the former Bills' offensive coordinator) as being the new Jets OC. Talk about happy days again for the Bills as the Jets sink again.
Would Bills have done it? [2:17 PM] Shout! reports:
You know the saddest words: what might have been. For Bills fans, what might have been was a berth in Super Bowl XXXIV. After all, Buffalo came within 16 seconds and an ill-fated Home Run Throwback of beating the Tennessee Titans, who are representing the AFC in Sunday's NFL championship game.
Titans owe Buffalo [2:16 PM] Shout! reports:
If the Titans win the Super Bowl, it's only righteous that Tennessee owner Bud Adams accept the Lombardi trophy and mail it to Buffalo to take its lawful place among four Lamar Hunt trophies sitting at One Bills Drive.