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TODAY'S RUMORS: Bruener could be cut loose soon
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|Five NFL stories you must read for Wednesday, May 21,
|Bruener fighting for spot with |
Mark Bruener's days with the Steelers appear to be numbered. The Tribune Review's Mike Prisuta reports that the Steelers may look to free up some salary cap space by cutting Bruener and giving his job to Jay Riemersma.
|Knee could cost |
The Post's Paul Schwartz reports that Dusty Zeigler is in danger of being cut by the Giants. If doctors find out today that Zeigler's surgically repaired right knee is still a problem, the Giants may decide to give him the boot after June 1.
|Marino thinks Griese could help |
The Dolphins' offseason moves have impressed Dan Marino. The Sun-Sentinel's Ethan J. Skolnick reports that Marino even seems optimistic that the pairing of Jay Fiedler and Brian Griese could work.
|Stevens arrest a bad sign for |
Will the Seahawks become football's Jail Blazers? Post-Intelligencer columnist Art Thiel writes that Jerramy Stevens' arrest doesn't bode well for former Blazers honcho Bob Whitsitt and the Seahawks.
The Star-Telegram's Jennifer Floyd reports that the Cowboys need a vocal leader to emerge and take control of the offense. One candidate is receiver Antonio Bryant, who may be being groomed for the role by Parcells.
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