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RUMORS: Booger talks hit snag

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Five NFL stories you must read for Thursday, July 3, 2003:
McFarland talks hit snag
St. Petersburg Times
The Times' Roger Mills reports that the Bucs' talks with Anthony "Booger" McFarland have turned sour. The two sides are working on a six-year deal, but they have yet to agree on the disbursement of the money. Apparently McFarland is balking because the Bucs want to backload much of the contract.
may sign Whittington
Newark Star-Ledger
The Star-Ledger's Dave Hutchinson reports that the may have found a replacement for suspended defensive tackle . The are talking with the agent for ex-Bengal .
could draft Hollings
Green Bay News-Chronicle
The are one of twenty-three teams interested in Georgia Tech's Tony Hollings. The News-Chronicle's Todd McMahon reports that executives Mark Hatley and Reggie McKenzie watched Hollings' workout on Tuesday and that there is a chance that they may select him in the supplemental draft.
Will replace Pittman with Hollings?
St. Petersburg Times
Another team that may try to snap up Hollings is the . The Times' Greg Auman reports that 's woes have made the Bucs take a "closer look" at Hollings.
Trio of teams interested in Jackson
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Three teams are interested in ex-Bills kick returner Maurice Jackson. The Democrat and Chronicle's James Johnson reports that the , and are all eyeing Jackson.

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