December 2005 - Football Wiretap

Bucs Eliminate Falcons, Strengthen Playoff Hopes

ESPN

Jags Clinch Wild Card Birth, Texans Come Closer To Bush Birth

ESPN

Alexander Ties NFL TD Record
"I'm just laughing," Alexander said. "Coach turns around and said, 'I'm giving you one play to score, and if you get hit and get hurt and go to the hospital, I'm not visiting you.' I said Okay

ESPN

Behind Pro-Bowl Bound Johnson, Chiefs Eliminate Chargers

ESPN

Parcells Considering Retirement
Bill Parcells is privately contemplating a final retirement -- even as team owner Jerry Jones is urging the coach to sign a contract extension.

ESPN

Culpepper Sees FedEx Spot Pulled

St. Paul Pioneer Press

Holmes Improving, Backup Johnson Selected For Pro Bowl
One to many pro bowl running backs on the roster? The Chiefs now find themselves in a spot most teams can only dream to be in.

The Kansas City Star

Giants DE Gets 6-Year Extension

ESPN

Collins Wants To Return
"Certainly, I'm aware of my contract status and it would be hard to think that I would stay here under the current contract I have," Collins conceded.

SF Chronicle

Dungy Death Ruled A Suicide
James Dungy, the 18-year-old son of Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, was found dead of an apparent suicide early Thursday, the sheriff's office said.

SF Chronicle

Leftwich To Resume Running On Friday

ESPN

Jordan To Sit Against Broncos

ESPN

Cortez Signs With Colts, Fourth Team Of Season

CNNSI.com

The Piano Player Gets Another Start
Joey Harrington is getting at least one more chance with the Detroit Lions. He will start at quarterback over Jeff Garcia this week against the New Orleans Saints.

ESPN

Chrebet Announces Retirement

ESPN

Dungy Leaves Team After Son's Death
James Dungy, the 18-year-old son of Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, was found dead in a Tampa-area apartment, police said Thursday.

ESPN

Favre To Start, Future Still Uncertain
"I've tried my best not to analyze not only this season, but a game like that the other night," Favre said.

ESPN

Six Bears Head To Hawaii

ChicagoBears.com

After 13 Seasons, Mack Strong Finally Makes Pro Bowl

Seattle PI

Eight Colts Named To Pro Bowl
First-time selections are center Jeff Saturday, linebacker Cato June and safety Bob Sanders. They join Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James and Dwight Freeney.

Indianapolis Star

Tiki, Strahan And Shockey Lead Giants Pro Bowlers
Three of the Giants' marquee players, Michael Strahan, Tiki Barber and Jeremy Shockey, were among five Giants selected to the NFC Pro Bowl Wednesday.

Newsday

Tice Unhappy With Scalpers Outside Metrodome

ESPN

Jordan Undergoes MRI For Turf-Toe Injury

Contra Costa Times

Diem To Sit Last Two Regular Season Games

ESPN

Grossman Named Chicago's Starter
Rex Grossman is back as starting quarterback of the Chicago Bears, after countless hours of rehabilitation to overcome two major injuries.

ESPN

Raiders Hope Turner Stays
While its uncertain whether Norv Turner has the support of owner Al Davis, his players have rallied around the coach.

AP

Haslett Seeking Five-Year Extension
Jim Haslett is expected to present Saints owner Tom Benson with a proposal to determine whether he has a future as New Orleans' coach, sources have told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

ESPN

McMahon Hopes To Stay In Philly

ZWire

Lloyd Leaves With Sprained Neck

AP

Finger Injury Sidelines Frerotte Again

AP