December 2007 - Football Wiretap

Testaverde To Retire After Panthers' Finale

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Browns Hope To Bring Lewis Back In '08

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Sanders' Deal Worth $37.5 Million
Bob Sanders signed a five-year contract with the Colts that will make him one of the NFL's highest-paid safeties.

SI.com

Neuheisel Named New Coach At UCLA

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49ers' Weinke To Start Against Browns

Columbus Dispatch

Kearse?s Return To Eagles Appears Unlikely

Delco Times

Steelers' Batch Likely To Start

Tribune-Review

IU Misses Bowl Practice Due To Travel Issues

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Hit By Injuries, Pats' O-Line Patches Holes

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NFL Could See 64 Starting QB's By Sunday

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Chargers Sign K Rayner

RealGM Staff Report

Broncos' Smith Needs Hip Surgery; Career Over?
Rod Smith's left hip hurts more than ever and might ultimately spell the end of his NFL career.

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Saints Hold Bush Out Of Last-Ditch Shot At Playoffs

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Official Fined Game Check For Barnett Incident

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Sources: Colts Make Sanders Highest-Paid Safety

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WVU Sues Rodriguez, Seeks $4M Buyout

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Cardinals May Use Franchise Tag On Dansby
The Cardinals don't intend to let big-play LB Karlos Dansby get away after this season.

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Sapp Fined $75,000 For Outburst Against Ref

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Colts' Harrison Practices, May Play Against Titans

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Parcells At Practice On First Day With Dolphins

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Cowboys Sign Crayton To Extension
Patrick Crayton and the Dallas Cowboys agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $14M on Thursday.

Yahoo.com

Butch Jones Interviews At WVU For Second Time

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NFL Subtracts Two Rushing Yards From Jacobs

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Report: 'Wasted' Season Won't Be Last For Dunn
Warrick Dunn plans to play at least one more season, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Cowboys' Glenn Prepared To Play In Finale

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Roethlisberger Likely To Sit Finale Vs. Baltimore

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Culpepper, Fargas Done For Season

San Francisco Chronicle

Favre: Cold Weather Impacted Team's Focus In Loss

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Colts' WR Harrison Among 11 Who Missed Practice

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Raiders' Sapp: 'Just Words' Don't Merit Suspension
Raiders' DT Warren Sapp defended his actions and blamed the officiating crew for the situration.

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