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NFL: Nov. 18, 2005

Posted: Friday November 18, 2005 10:24AM; Updated: Friday November 18, 2005 10:24AM
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Ahman Green wants to stay in Green Bay and finish his career.
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Ahman Green is upset that the Packers have not yet offered him a contract extension and said in a tearful interview that he wants to finish his career with the team. Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson wasn't about to tip his hand Thursday when discussing his plans for next season at running back.
-- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

It is believed that the Eagles are trying to cut some sort of deal with Terrell Owens and the NFL players' union in an attempt to keep the case from being ruled upon by Richard Bloch, the arbitrator assigned to the hearing.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer

Although the Eagles released only a vague statement and Donovan McNabb declined to comment during a brief appearance in the locker room, it is safe to assume that McNabb was told yesterday that his best option to deal with his painful sports hernia was to have immediate surgery.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer

Kerry Collins' teammates are behind him, and the fans want no part of him, but the realities of a 6-16 won-loss record and salary-cap economics are conspiring against the quarterback. If the Raiders decide to change quarterbacks they can dump Collins and actually help their situation in terms of the salary cap.
-- Oakland Tribune

Priest Holmes said Thursday that he hopes to retire a Chief and, at 32, still has a big itch to play. He'll undergo two more tests in the next 60 days, chat with his family and then decide whether he'll be back for the 2006 season.
-- Kansas City Star

The National Football League has made so little movement toward a new collective bargaining agreement that during a two-day meeting this week in Kansas City, Mo., the owners discussed the possibility of playing the 2007 season without a salary cap and having a lockout in 2008. They also talked about creating a contingency fund in the event of a lockout.
-- New York Times

Give Stephen Jackson the ball. For the last two weeks, that message has resonated from the Rams' locker room loud and clear. Several Rams players openly lobbied for it last week. In the aftermath of the mini-altercation between assistant coaches Wednesday, some observers theorized that tension over the use -- or non-use -- of the running game may have been behind the tiff. At practice Wednesday, running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery made contact with offensive coordinator Steve Fairchild with what was either a shove or a slap, according to multiple sources.
-- St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tommy Maddox will make his second start in six games this Sunday because Ben Roethlisberger has not fully recovered from knee surgery. Roethlisberger has been named the backup for the game against the Baltimore Ravens, although it's not clear he would play if Maddox is injured.
-- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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