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 NFL News - Wednesday, April 16,2008
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Pacman won't apply for reinstatement to NFL until he's traded

Tennessee Titans cornerback Pacman Jones said on the Michael 
Irvin radio show Tuesday that he will not apply for reinstatement 
to the NFL until a trade is completed. It was believed that 
Jones, who has been suspended since last April for violations 
of the NFL conduct policy, would apply for reinstatement Tuesday.
"I'm hoping it will be done this week, but that's just agent 
talk," Jones said on Irvin's show of reports that his agents 
believe a deal can be completed. "We'll see how it goes and I'll 
be tuning in, and I'm going back to my house and get in front of 
the TV and hope it will get done today." The Cowboys originally 
offered the Titans a late-round 2008 draft pick for Jones, but 
according to a source, are willing to give up no better than 
fifth-round pick. The teams remain in discussions regarding 
another draft pick in 2009. "I just can't wait, and hopefully, 
it can get done," Jones said. "I'm anxiously waiting. I've been 
working out three days a week, and I've slowed it down a little 
bit to give my body a rest, so I can make sure I'm not too wore 
out when camp and the season starts."

Broncos sign free agent WR Parker

The Denver Broncos on Tuesday signed former Kansas City Chiefs 
wide receiver Samie Parker to a one-year contract. The Broncos 
also signed free agent punter Danny Baugher and waived wide 
receiver Derrick Hamilton and tight end Chad Upshaw. Parker, 
who was an unrestricted free agent, spent his first four NFL 
seasons with the Chiefs, who selected him in the fourth round 
of the 2004 draft out of Oregon. He has career numbers of 110 
catches for 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns. Parker caught 
41 passes for 561 yards in 2006 before giving way to first-
round draft pick Dwayne Bowe. Parker had 24 catches for 298 
yards and two TDs last year.


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McAllister works out deal to return to Saints

Saints running back Deuce McAllister, coming off the second 
knee surgery of his career, will remain with New Orleans for 
at least one more season. A member of the team with knowledge 
of the contract negotiations confirmed the agreement to The 
Associated Press on Monday night. The person did not want to 
be named because the team hasn't made an official announcement.
McAllister, who was due a $1 million roster bonus by April 15, 
worked out the deal that cleared the way for him to remain on 
the roster. McAllister is traveling out of the country and was 
not available for comment. McAllister suffered his second 
season-ending knee injury in three seasons during the second 
quarter of the team's home opener last season. He landed 
awkwardly after catching a short pass from Drew Brees. 
Although he walked off the field on his own, the Saints' all-
time leading rusher missed the rest of the season.
Days later, he underwent surgery on the anterior cruciate 
ligament in his left knee. Five games into the 2005 season, 
McAllister tore his right ACL during a run at Green Bay. After 
reconstructive surgery, he returned to rush for 1,057 yards in 
2006, helping the Saints to the NFC South title and starring in 
their playoff victory over Philadelphia. McAllister was drafted 
by the Saints in the first round in 2001 out of Mississippi. 
He's rushed for more than 1,000 yards in four seasons, the 
first Saints running back to accomplish that.

Cardinals sign defensive lineman Bryan Robinson

The Arizona Cardinals signed free agent defensive lineman 
Bryan Robinson to a two-year contract Monday. Robinson played
 with the Cincinnati Bengals last season, starting four games 
at defensive end and totaling 28 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Robinson 
has also played with the St. Louis Rams, the Chicago Bears and 
the Miami Dolphins during his 11-year career.

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Lions sign restricted free-agent CB Wilson, P/K Ernster

The Detroit Lions re-signed restricted free-agent cornerback 
Stanley Wilson and signed free-agent punter/kicker Paul Ernster 
to one-year contracts Friday. Additional contract terms were not 
disclosed. Detroit drafted Wilson in the third round, 72nd 
overall, out of Stanford in 2005. Through three seasons he has 
played in 32 games, including nine starts. He began the 2007 
season as the Lions' starting right cornerback but suffered a 
season-ending knee injury in Week 11 against Green Bay.
Denver drafted Ernster in the seventh round, 239th overall, 
out of Northern Arizona in 2005. He handled the Broncos' 
kickoff and punting duties in 2006 and averaged 41.7 yards 
per punt. Ernster played in one game each for Denver and 
Cleveland in 2007.

Chiefs pick up return specialist Sams, fullback Manderino

The Kansas City Chiefs signed return specialist B.J. Sams to a 
one-year contract and fullback Chris Manderino to a two-year 
deal. Sams, who played his first three seasons with Baltimore, 
missed 15 games last season with torn knee ligaments. Sams has 
a career punt-return average of 10.9 yards and has returned two 
punts for touchdowns, both in 2004. He has averaged 22.9 yards 
on kickoff returns. Manderino entered the NFL as a rookie free 
agent with Cincinnati in 2006. He spent the entire 2007 season 
on the Bengals' practice squad. Manderino will compete to 
replace starting fullback Kris Wilson, a converted tight end 
who signed with Philadelphia during the offseason.

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Bryant Gumbel to give up duties as play-by-play announcer for 
NFL Network

Bryant Gumbel has given up his role as an NFL Network play-by-
play announcer after two seasons. The NFL Network said Friday 
it was looking for a new play-by-play announcer to work with 
Cris Collinsworth on the network's Thursday and Saturday night 
games. "I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to call NFL 
Network games the past two years, which was a new experience 
for me," Gumbel said in a statement. "But we've agreed that 
we'd all be better served going in different directions."

Buzz Nutter, former Unitas era Colts center, dies at 77

Buzz Nutter, the center for John Unitas on NFL championship 
teams with the Baltimore Colts in 1958 and 1959, has died. 
He was 77. He died Saturday of heart failure at Civista Medical 
Center, the Raymond Funeral Home in La Plata said Monday.
Nutter was a 12th-round draft choice of the Washington Redskins 
in 1953 but failed to make the team. A year later, the Colts 
signed him. After being traded in 1961 to the Pittsburgh 
Steelers, he returned to Baltimore in 1965 for his final 
season. Nutter lived in La Plata, where a Mass will be held 

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