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NFL Links: Smith addresses conflict with Crabtree; Dolphins' Ireland keeping options open at QB


Posted June 06, 2011 @ 3:17 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, June 10, 2011

Alex Smith says he and Michael Crabtree are not at odds.

Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland says "all avenues" will be explored when it comes to adding a quarterback before the season.

George McCaskey is making a smooth transition into his new role as the Bears' chairman.

With the lockout lingering, Matthew Stafford is doing some coaching at the Lions' workouts.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Chris Johnson is changing his approach to getting a new deal from the Titans, but he still wants a new contract.

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie isn't ruling out taking a chance on Plaxico Burress.

A Cincinnati columnist says Andy Dalton's daunting task is being made even more difficult by the lockout.

Bill Musgrave should be well prepared to implement his offense when he gets a chance to work with Vikings players.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Broncos WR Brandon Lloyd has taken a sales job while he waits for the lockout to end.

The Dolphins' Kendall Langford is inspired by one of his teammates.

Bills assistant Dave Wannstedt is using the lockout to catch up on what he missed in the NFL during his time in the college ranks.

Mikel Leshoure made a good impression on his new teammates at the Lions' workout.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Michael Crabtree isn't so sure that Alex Smith will be the 49ers' starting quarterback.

A Chicago reporter says it's doubtful the Bears will pursue signing Plaxico Burress.

Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik says Josh Freeman's 2010 season was better than good.

Rob Gronkowski is staying in shape during the lockout.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Matt Roth wants to play for a winner, and it sounds like he doesn't plan to return to the Browns.

Ron Rivera says he's not sure about Steve Smith's future with the Panthers.

A Denver reporter says questions facing the Broncos extend beyond the quarterback situation.

Giants players say they'll be ready to play when the lockout ends.

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