Horse Tracks 3/21/09


PC - The Pueblo Chieftain caught up with John Elway at a charity event, where he gave his thoughts on the Cutler situation.

DP - Bowlen, McDaniels and Xanders are headed to the owners' meetings. Meanwhile, Patrick Ramsey is reportedly deciding between New England and Tennessee.

BA - More on the Correll Buckhalter story back in Pennsylvania.

SI - Ross Tucker thinks Josh McDaniels went after Matt Cassel because he feels the pressure to "win now".

FOX - Ed Thompson thinks the Broncos worked out Pat White with the idea of him playing quarterback, although it has been reported that Denver had White perform wide-receiver drills.

PFT - Ebenzer Ekuban reportedly visited with the Raiders.

SDUT - Arrogant blowhard Chargers GM A.J. Smith admits he's been trying to trade special teamer/wide receiver Kassim Osgood.

NFP - The Chefs are expected to work out Everette Brown of FSU.

NFL - The Patriots and Panthers can't officially talk trade for Julius Peppers until he signs his franchise tender. If Bill Belichick is willing to discuss something like this on the radio, he must be scared of losing a draft pick to tampering charges...

NFP - Meanwhile, Belichick has decided not to attend the Owner's Meetings.

NFL - CB Cedric Griffin has decided to remain in Minnesota.

NFL - The Iggles have agreed to terms with former Seahawks FB Leonard Weaver on a one-year deal.

PPG - The Steelers have re-signed CB Anthony Madison to a one-year tender.

NFL - Here's what Mike Pereira and the Competition Committee have been looking at. Rule changes will be voted upon next week at the Owner's Meetings.

NFP - Wes Bunting gives his evaluation of the latest pro days. Meanwhile, Matt Bowen says there's a lot less pressure on players at pro days than at the Combine.

NFL - Pat Kirwan offers his latest thoughts on the upcoming draft.

NFL - Ramses Barden apparently does more than just look like Keyshawn Johnson.

NFL - Steve Wyche thinks the Lions should choose Matthew Stafford at #1.

FOX - Peter Schrager lays out a plan for the NFL's cellar dwellers to make the playoffs.

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