Horse Tracks 3/19/09


NFL - Thomas George spoke with both Pat Bowlen and Bus Cook - the link provides both his column and appearance on NFLN with Rich Eisen.

DP - An alleged drug dealer on trial in Pennsylvania has named Correll Buckhalter as one of his clients. Buckhalter's agent issued a denial. Well, at least the Broncos aren't lacking for drama - it's been soooo quiet around here lately!

PI - The Philly Inquirer has more on the story.

PDN - The Philly Daily News provides some background to the Buckhalter story, and it doesn't paint a pretty picture for our new running back.

DP - Woody reminds us that things could be much worse in Denver at QB, and at many points over 50 years, they have been.

DP - Woody also thinks we should put ourselves in Jay's shoes...

DP - Klis points to the Colts/Redskins trade of Jeff George as precedent for a potential Cutler trade.

SI - Don Banks can't stop reading about Jay Cutler, even if he wants to.

NFL - Pat Kirwan discusses Jay Cutler's value, both to the Broncos and other teams.

Y! - Guru posted what Mike Martz had to say about Cutler; here's the entire piece, in which he also discusses Matt Leinart and Vince Young.

NFL - Pat White worked out for the Broncos yesterday.

NFL - Sounds like the Competition Committee will make sure the infamous Hochuli Call doesn't happen again.

DP - Willie Clark, the accused killer of Darrent Williams, had a bail hearing in yet another murder case. Although bail was set at $2 million, Clark is being held without bail in the D-Will case.

SSNN - Finally, some progress in the Cutler situation!! According to the Serious Sports News Network, Pat Bowlen and Jay Cutler will have a slapfight to settle things.

NJJN - Former Broncos guard Lennie Friedman has decided to hang 'em up.

BH - John Tomase says Matt Cassel is the cause of all the NFL's big moves.

DN - Today, the Detroit News is saying "No, thanks" to Cutler.

NFP - The Chefs have dumped CB David Macklin after his recent arrest for DUI.

SFG - The Raiders took a peek at Cal center Alex Mack.

NFL - Marshawn Lynch expects to be suspended by Commissioner Goodell.

NFL - The Saints have agreed to terms with safety Darren Sharper.

Y! - As expected, the Ravens released CB Samari Rolle.

NFL - Kurt Warner had arthroscopic surgery on his hip and is likely to miss the Cardinals' May minicamp.

NFL - Meanwhile, former Broncos defensive end Bertrand Berry re-signed with Arizona on a one-year deal.

NFL - Linebacker Angelo Crowell signed a one-year deal with the Buccaneers.

NFL - The Titans have signed return specialist Mark Jones to replace the recently-departed Chris Carr.

NFL - The Browns signed running back Noah Herron, who last played in 2006 for the Packers.

NFL - Steelers free-agent tackle Marvel Smith visited the Niners yesterday.

NFP - Mike Lombardi poses his questions of the AFC South teams.

NFP - Matt Bowen wonders why Marvin Harrison hasn't received more scrutiny for his off-field actions.

NFL - The Bears are undergoing major change on their offensive line as both tackles from last year have departed - Chris Williams and Frank Omiyale are now the starters.

DST - Sounds like we're still stuck watching the Cowboys and Lions on Turkey Day. Blech.

NFL - Goodell will meet Friday with newly-elected NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith.

SI - Ross Tucker says players who lag in offseason conditioning pay for it later.

NFP - Wes Bunting offers his latest pro day report.

NFL - Pat Kirwan posted his latest mock draft, in which he has Denver selecting linebacker Brian Cushing.

TSN - The War Room's latest mock has several Cutler considerations.

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