Since the Broncos have chosen Jay Cutler as their QB of the future, the consensus is they will deal Plummer to the Texans, where he would be reunited with former Denver offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. The Broncos have not denied the possibility, but there's no indication the teams have talked.
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The Texans maintain Carr is still their guy, but they add caveats like "for right now," when they talk about the five-year veteran. Carr had an impressive 68.3 completion percentage last season, but threw just 11 touchdowns compared to 12 interceptions.
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Jones has one year left on his contract and reportedly has asked for a trade. The Bears have said they will think it over. Jones ran for 1,210 yards last season and 1,335 in 2005. He also rushed for 112 yards in the Super Bowl.
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Moss has apparently gotten off on the wrong foot with new Raiders coach Lane Kiffin. One rumor is that Brett Favre would welcome his former divisional rival.
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The Bills are shopping their fourth-year running back. One team that has already expressed interest is the Giants, who have to replace Tiki Barber. McGahee rushed for 990 yards in 14 games last season.
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The Lions reportedly have given Bly permission to talk to other teams about a possible trade. He becomes a free agent after next season and might not be a good fit in Detroit's Cover Two scheme. The two-time Pro Bowler excels at man-to-man coverage.
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Like Denver quarterback Jake Plummer, Bell is also rumored to be Houston-bound to join former Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. Bell had 1,025 rushing yards in a platoon role last season but he has had some turnover problems.
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According to Seattle papers, the Seahawks will shop Jackson, hoping to land a draft pick. Jackson had 63 catches for 956 yards and 10 touchdowns in 13 games last season.
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Tennessee may try to deal their troubled cornerback, but a lot depends on whether he'll face legal trouble for a recent night club incident in Las Vegas. Jones has loads of talent and the Titans need him on the field. But he may not be worth all the headaches he creates for the team.
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The Falcons would love to keep Schaub, but he could be an unrestricted free agent after next season and they don't want to lose him and get nothing in return. A few teams would likely want Schaub as a potential starter.
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