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Gazette columnist Jack Todd writes that the Expos may be close to re-signing Vladimir Guerrero to a five-year, $90 million deal. Todd argues that the MLB owners would be willing to splurge on Guerrero in order to make the club more attractive to potential buyers.
Major league officials told the Star-Telegram's T.R. Sullivan that the Devil Rays are interested in dealing for Carl Everett. The Rays may be willing to ship pitching prospect Jason Standridge to the Rangers in exchange for the fiery outfielder.
The Post-Intelligencer's John Hickey reports that when Mike Cameron talked to the Mariners about a contract extension, they told the outfielder that he would have to wait. Rumor has it that the Mariners aren't planning on having Cameron in their outfield in 2004.
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Newsday's Ken Davidoff reports that David Wells' comments about George Steinbrenner have got the Yankees hurler in even more hot water. After Wells said that the Yankees owner may be "pretty shallow", Joe Torre refused to discount the possibility that Wells could lose his spot in the starting rotation. Whether Wells would the also lose his spot on the team remains to be seen.
Chronicle columnist Glenn Dickey argues that the A's should hold on to Miguel Tejada for the rest of the season rather than trade him. Dickey thinks that given the A's track record of developing draft picks, the team should make a run with Tejada this season and then settle for the first-round pick they'll receive when he signs elsewhere.
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|Five NBA stories you must read for Tuesday, March 25,
The Sun's Steve Simmons reports that the leading candidate to replace Lenny Wilkens in Toronto could be
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The Mercury News' Mark Emmons reports that even
Post columnist Peter Vecsey writes that
The Star Tribune's Steve Aschburner reports that no less than seven
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The Star's Mark Montieth reports that
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|Five NFL stories you must read for Tuesday, March 25,
The Dolphins have spoken with Junior Seau about a move to Miami. Seau's agent, Marvin Demoff, told the Herald's Jason Cole that Dolphins coach Dave Wannstedt has spoken with Seau and that the Dolphins appeared to be interested in the veteran linebacker. The Cardinals, Packers and Lions are also expected to pursue Seau.
The Journal Sentinel's Tom Silverstein reports that the Packers are having a tough time deciding whether to match the Lions' four-year, $10.5 million offer to Na'il Diggs. Although the Packers have enough cap room to sign Diggs, they may use the money to re-sign Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila instead. The Packers are battling with the Eagles to sign KGB and may have to fork over a $10 million signing bonus to keep the DE in Green Bay.
The Post-Dispatch's Jim Thomas reports that the Rams may have to cut safety Kim Herring in order to sign Jason Sehorn. Sehorn, who last talked with the Rams this weekend, could be in line for a $2 million a year deal. The Panthers and Browns are also expected to make bids for Sehorn.
The Star-Ledger's Kimberly Jones reports that the Giants are so upset that Ron Dayne has refused to attend their off-season conditioning program that the club is ready to field offers for the disgruntled RB. The Giants may then look to sign either Olandis Gary, Stacey Mack or Dorsey Levens to fill Dane's spot.
After failing to land Flozell Adams, the Broncos have set their sites on another Cowboys tackle: Solomon Page. The Post's Adam Schefter reports that Page, who is expected to visit Denver next week, has already said that Denver would be "a good place for me".
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