July 2007 - Football Wiretap

Porter On First Day Of Camp Kiffin: "It Was Hell"

San Francisco Chronicle

Vick Co-Defendant Accepts Plea Bargain

New York Daily News

Hester Shines In First Practice As WR
The Bears will use Devin Hester's big play abilities more this season.

Chicago Tribune

Doucet Happy He Stayed In School
Wide receiver Early Doucet could have joined the all-out blitz on the NFL draft by LSU players in April.


LSU's Miles Apologizes For Comments

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Notre Dame In Talks For Game At Reliant Stadium

Houston Chronicle

Ravens Agree To Terms With Grubbs
Ben Grubbs's contract is worth approximately $8 million with $5.2 million in guaranteed money.

Washington Times

Skins' Landry Remains Unsigned
LaRon Landry became Washington's first holdout since quarterback Patrick Ramsey's 16-day absence in 2002.

Washington Times

Colts' Simon Plans To Report

Indianapolis Star

Packers Sign First Rounder, Harrell

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Unhappy Kendall Reports To Camp


Jets Add Running Back Tony Fisher, LB Mark Zalewski


Nike Sacks Vick

L.A. Times

First-Round Pick Ginn Agrees To Terms With Miami


Strahan Mulling Retirement, Absent From Camp


Bulger Agrees To $62 Million Deal With Rams
Rams QB Marc Bulger has agreed in principle to a six-year deal that secures his future in St. Louis beyond the 2007 season.


LJ Holds Out As Talks Stall
The Chiefs have not made a new contract offer to Larry Johnson in almost two months.

Kansas City Star

Bucs Release Simeon Rice

Tampa Tribune

McCardell Joins Texans

Houston Chronicle

Lynch Looks Forward To Helping Bills
Running back Marshawn Lynch, the Bills' first-round draft pick, agreed to a five-year contract worth nearly $19 million Thursday night.


Free Agent Bradford Signs With Redskins


Raiders Cut TE Anderson, Sign DE Swancutt


49ers Claim S Bing Off Waivers From Oakland


Curtis Martin Retires Fourth On NFL's Rushing List


Vick Pleads Not Guilty To Dogfighting Charges


Vick Pleads Not Guilty
Michael Vick pleaded not guilty to federal dogfighting charges and was released without bond until a Nov. 26 trial.


Jacobs: Even Giants Are Doubting Skills As No. 1 Back
Brandon Jacobs is aware Giants fans will compare his productivity and versatility to that of retired Tiki Barber.


Russell Shooting For Record $30 Million In Guaranteed Money

San Francisco Chronicle

Tampa Bay Daunte's Best Option?

St. Petersburg Times

Risdon's Preview: Washington Redskins