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Deb
05-18-2007, 08:22 PM
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FRIDAY AFTERNOON ONE-LINERS

The Titans were planning to cut Rich Snead loose even if he hadn't gotten a new gig in Oakland.

Browns CB Leigh Bodden recently underwent ankle surgery, and he will miss the team's June minicamp.

Browns C LeCharles Bentley is scheduled to have yet another surgery on his patella tendon on June 4; if he goes through with it, he will miss all of 2007.

Some agents (including his own) believe that Steelers G Alan Faneca should not have publicly complained about his current contract status.

Meanwhile, Steelers chairman Dan Rooney was concerned that Faneca might have been going cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.

Rooney also said that he doesn't know who is the best guard in football.

Could a man who seemingly has no grasp on reality have a reality show?

Ravens QB Steve McNair says what happened in Tennessee stays in Tennessee.

Pats WR Randy Moss has shown up for voluntary workouts in New England.

Redskins LB Marcus Washington is back at practice after offseason hip surgery (he now refers to everyone as "man").

Texans RB Jason Simmons has sold No. 30 to RB Ahman Green, but the money is going to charity.

Pats TE Benjamin Watson is willing to negotiate with WR Randy Moss for No. 84.

Rams LB Pino Tinoisamoa is wearing a red jersey during practice.

Rams first-rounder Adam Carriker will be the starter at either nose tackle or "three technique."

Jimmy Kennedy, La'Roi Glover, and Claude Wroten will compete for the starting spot at the position that Carriker doesn't play.

Here's a look at the looming position battles for the Patriots.

If Jamar Williams steps up at weak side linebacker, would the Bears consider stripping the franchise tag from LB Lance Briggs?
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