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Horse Tracks 5/30/09


DB - Wesley Woodyard and Ronald Fields met with the press after practice yesterday. WW has packed on extra weight to be more explosive, although he doesn't yet know his position within the defense. Fields says he's currently the #1 nose tackle and enjoys being in the middle of the action. Watch Woodyard and Fields on video.

DB - Denver released undrafted free agent linebacker Jeff Schweiger yesterday.

NFP - Andrew Brandt breaks down the J.J. Arrington contract and how the Broncos protected themselves.

DP - The lawyers for accused D-Will killer Willie Clark are requesting to suppress some evidence against their client. Clark's trial has been re-scheduled from July 6 to October 13.

IPT - I wonder if this is permitted in his contract...Ryan Clady played in a charity hoops game back in Boise. Imagine the fallout had he injured his knee?! Clady says this offseason was something of an eye-opener.

DP - Armstrong shares his thoughts on turnovers, Brandon Marshall's contract and a rookie nickname.

DP - Klis has some observations from practice, mainly focusing on who got the most reps on Thursday.

DP - For some reason, Klis decided to spend a column asking current Broncos players and Josh McDaniels about Michael Vick.

KCS - Safety Jarrad Page signed his one-year tender to stay with the Chefs.

KCS - Todd Haley thinks his O-Line made strides this week.

NFL - A federal judge denied the NFLPA's request to put the StarCaps players' suspensions on hold.

Y! - According to Jason Cole, the StarCaps players and the NFL were in settlement discussions but the players were unwilling to pay reported six-figure fines.

NFL - Washington released longtime OT Jon Jansen. Pending a physical, Jansen will sign a one-year deal with Detroit.

NFL - The Bears signed former Rams LB Pisa Tinoisamoa to a one-year deal. Chicago also gave DT Israel Idonije a two-year extension including $3 million in guarantees.

NFL - Chicago remarkably announced agreements with 7 of their 9 draft choices yesterday; all seven players received four-year deals. Only the Bears' two third-rounders remain unsigned.

ESPN - At age 34 and second on the WR depth chart, Donald Driver wants a reworked deal from the Packers. Interesting...

CBS - Pete Prisco thinks the faltering economy could force the NFL to soften its television blackout rules.

SI - Jim Trotter lists six running backs he expects to rebound with big years in 2009.

NFL - Bucky Brooks looks at head coaches who will be calling defensive plays in 2009.

NFL - Vic Carucci doesn't make much of Peyton Manning's recent comments about the Colts' coaching turnover.

SI - Ross Tucker responds to some reader emails.

NFP - Mike Lombardi expects the Pats to have a diverse offense in 2009.

NFL - Steve Wyche thinks there are several underappreciated linebackers in the NFC East.

NFP - Matt Bowen considers Vikings QB Sage Rosenfels' situation.

NFP - Ray Gustini recounts some of his memorable road trips.

NFP - Wes Bunting looks at the top strong safeties for the 2010 Draft.

NYT - The ESPN Zone in NYC hosted a sports spelling bee last night. Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure I've misspelled LDT's first name about 15 times here...