Mark Bartelstein the agent for Kurt Warner is hatching an all-inclusive plan that would give other teams a chance to make an offer to his client. A return to Arizona remains a strong possibility but Warner is going to give other teams a chance to make an bid. Bartelstein told the Chicago Tribune, “The Bears obviously have to figure out which direction they want to go with the quarterback thing,” Bartelstein said. “It has, obviously, been a point of contention for quite a while. We have to wait and see what they decide they want to do.”
According to the Carroll County Times, the Ravens‚Äô scouts spent a lot of time at the Senior Bowl evaluating and talking with wide receiver prospects, including Penn State‚Äôs Derrick Williams and Cal-Poly‚Äôs Ramses Barden, a 6-foot-6, 228-pound small-school standout.
Profootball Weekly reports, We hear the rumor that the Seahawks could be interested in Bengals free-agent WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh might have some merit. Houshmandzadeh played his college ball at nearby Oregon State, and word is the team wants to avoid having to depend so much on unproven youngsters such as Ben Obomanu, Logan Payne and Courtney Taylor for another season. Also on the WR front, we hear Koren Robinson is a long shot to return. Said one source: ‚ÄúNot only does he have a bone-on-bone knee injury, but you just can‚Äôt count on him anymore as a legitimate run-after-catch threat.‚Äù
According to Gary Myers of the New York Daily News, The New York Giants are likely to target Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin.