January 2008 - Football Wiretap

Bucs' Alstott Could Announce Retirement Thursday

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Sources: No Fassel-Redskins Deal; Zorn Interviews

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Joiner Returns To Chargers Coaching Staff

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Rivers Undergoes Successful ACL Surgery

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Falcons Settle On Mike Smith
The Associated Press is reporting that former Jacksonville Jaguars D-Coordinator Mike Smith has been hired as the new head coach for the Atlanta Falcons.

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Cooley, Samuels Both To Wear No. 21 At Pro Bowl
Sean Taylor will be honored by a pair of Washington teammates at the Pro Bowl.

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Lions Decide To Part Ways With Rogers

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Report: Cameron To Join Ravens
The Ravens' signing would reunite Cam Cameron with new Head Coach John Harbaugh.

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Fassel Now The Favorite For Redskins' Vacancy

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Broncos' Safety Lynch Named To Ninth Pro Bowl

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Sources: Falcons Eyeing Jaguars' Assistant Smith

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Chargers Release Lofton, Simon From Staff

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Jones: T.O. Will Be Back With Cowboys

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Tomlinson Responds To Deion's Criticism

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New Photos Show Brady Without Walking Boot
No injury has been reported by the Patriots or Tom Brady himself.

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NFL Asking To Be Dropped From Pacman Lawsuit

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Holmgren Says He Will Remain With Seattle

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Dolphins Want Green Back In 2008
Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland have reached out to QB Trent Green about playing for the Dolphins in 2008.

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Bucs Reward Gruden, GM Allen With Extensions

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Tomlinson's Knee Won't Need Surgery

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Belichick Defends Seymour From Dirty Play Charge

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Ex-NYG Coach Fassel Meets With Skins

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NFL Suspends Bills' Hargrove

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Report: Brady Spotted Wearing Walking Cast In New York

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Rivers Had Surgery Before AFC Title Game
Chargers' quarterback Philip Rivers needed surgery just to get through the AFC Title game, and will need more extensive surgery to repair a torn ligament in the same knee soon.

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Dungy Decides To Return To Colts
Tony Dungy decided to remain the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts on Monday, a little more than a week after the Colts were eliminated from the playoffs.

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Favre's Future Unknown After Playoff Loss

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UCLA Hires Chow As Offensive Coordinator

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Ward, Witten, Taylor Among Payton Award Finalists

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Girlfriend Of Steelers WR Arrested After Standoff

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