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Posted: Thursday August 3, 2006 10:30AM; Updated: Thursday August 3, 2006 10:30AM
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A representative of Tennessee Titans tailback Chris Brown wants the Dolphins to know his client is interested in a change of scenery. -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

The Falcons are exploring trade possibilities for a pair of disgruntled but productive veteran wide receivers: Oakland's Jerry Porter and Denver's Ashley Lelie. Atlanta's personnel department has been doing due diligence on both players but probably will wait at least a week to decide whether to pursue a trade. -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The answer to some of the Falcons' concerns at wide receiver might be Pro Bowl cornerback DeAngelo Hall. The Falcons began the process Wednesday when Hall -- the NFL's fastest man -- spent a good chunk of practice working with the wide receivers. It was not a gimmick or even an experiment, Hall, coach Jim Mora and receivers coach George Stewart said. -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ravens receiver Mark Clayton left yesterday's afternoon practice early to see a doctor about his recurring hamstring injury. There have been rumblings that team officials are concerned about Clayton's condition and could be looking at other possibilities at receiver, including a trade for disgruntled Broncos receiver Ashley Lelie. -- Baltimore Sun

Two people with knowledge of the situation yesterday rebutted a radio report that the Eagles and unsigned first-round pick Brodrick Bunkley had agreed to a deal, only to see agent Gary Wichard have second thoughts and back out. -- Philadelphia Inquirer

Rookie Greg Jennings has been by far the star of the Packers' training camp, leading all receivers in catches during 11-on-11 drills with 10 and continually running routes like a 10-year veteran. The second-round pick from Western Michigan has picked up the West Coast offense faster than any rookie receiver the Packers have had since Antonio Freeman. -- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Retired offensive lineman Lincoln Kennedy underwent medical testing at Redskins Park yesterday, but did not work out. Joe Gibbs said Kennedy had 'medical issues' after taking a physical, and the team does not intend to sign him. -- Washington Post

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