Horse Tracks 3/14/09


DP - Jay Cutler has put one of his Denver-Area residences up for sale.

DP - Krieger hears that Mr. B is livid.

DP - Denver has seen player/coach/team feuds before.

DP - The Broncos have added offensive guard Scott Young, who was originally drafted by the Eagles. Young spent three seasons with Philadelphia before heading to Cleveland, where he stayed for two years.

Scout - According to, the Broncos have reached a one-year agreement with tight end Jeb Putzier.

NFL - Rich Eisen and Mike Lombardi discussed McJayGate on the Network.

NFL - Here was Vic Carucci's take on the Jay Cutler situation.

SI - Don Banks thinks Cutler should take a cue from LDT (second page).

ADS - Arizona Wildcats placekicker Jason Bondzio worked out for the Broncos on Monday.

DP - The story about the Eagles/Facebook firing has finally made the DP. Amazingly, Ryan Slowik has found a job with the Arizona Cardinals.

KCS - Former Cardinals defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast has followed Todd Haley to Kansas City, where he will be the Chefs' new DC.

KCS - Meanwhile, the Chefs signed linebacker and special-teams standout Corey Mays, most recently of Cincinnati and originally a member of new Chefs GM Scott Pioli's Patriots.

ESPN - Seattle superhuman athlete linebacker Julian Peterson has reportedly refused a pay cut, which means he could soon become the victim of another kind of cut.

NFL - As expected, the Rams have released WR Torry Holt after 10 seasons in St. Louis.

NFP - According to a source, a deal for Holt fell through when he refused to restructure his contract as part of a trade to the Titans.

NFL - Samari Rolle has requested to be released by the Ravens, and it looks like Baltimore will comply with the veteran cornerback's wishes.

NFL - Thomas George believes the NFLPA will make Troy Vincent its next executive director.

Y! - Jason Cole thinks the NFLPA is in need of more cohesiveness. Meanwhile, Cole breaks down what he believes are the players' five most pressing issues.

NFL - Eric Mangini continues to raid his former team, this time adding LB Eric Barton via free agency. The Browns also signed former Seahawks OG Floyd Womack.

Y! - The Titans have signed Packers CB Jarrett Bush to an offer sheet.

SI - Mike Mayock doesn't think Matthew Stafford is such a hot prospect at QB.

SI - Tony Pauline lists his risers and sliders after considering the recent pro days.

FOX - Should the Lions take a linebacker (Aaron Curry) at #1?

FOX - John Czarnecki has some thoughts about the upcoming draft.

NFP - Matt Bowen explains what goes into playing man coverage.

SI - Ross Tucker answers email questions.

ESPN - For what it's worth (not much), Pork Chop gives the AFC West teams offseason grades.

KFFL - Here's the fantasy football impact of the Broncos' RB moves.

PR - Michael Pittman may not have a job in Denver, but he's got perfect vision!

Y! - Lane Kiffin is giving a deposition next week in his grievance against the Raiders. Of course, his antics behavior in Tennessee can't help...

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