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NFL Links: A change in Henne; Giants need to be careful with Umenyiora case


Posted June 13, 2011 @ 2:26 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, June 17, 2011

Dolphins players say Chad Henne is taking more of a leadership role this offseason.

The Giants need to handle Osi Umenyiora's situation with care, says a New Jersey reporter.

A Philadelphia reporter says there are long odds that Plaxico Burress or Albert Haynesworth end up with the Eagles.

The Ravens are hoping the league doesn't change its free-agency rules, according to a Baltimore columnist.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Cedric Benson is working out with the Bengals, even though he's a free agent.

Darrelle Revis says he's not convinced a labor deal is imminent.

A Tennessee writer says last season's Titans suffered from a loss of leadership.

A Milwaukee writer looks back at the significance of the Packers' past Super Bowl rings.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell says he's ready to be a head coach.

Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver responds to a report that his team could move to Los Angeles.

Some of Jay Cutler's teammates say he's showing no lingering effects of the knee injury he suffered in January.

Brady Quinn says he wants to be the Broncos' No. 1 quarterback.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Plaxico Burress finds signing with the Jets an appealing option.

The Browns will need to give Colt McCoy more than the 2011 season to prove himself, according to a Canton writer.

A Tennesse columnist says Mike Munchak needs to send a message to Kenny Britt.

Eli Manning says working out with a small group of teammates is better than doing nothing.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Kevin Faulk says he will not be retiring before the season.

Passing on Terrelle Pryor in the supplemental draft could be costly, according to an Oakland columnist.

A St. Louis columnist tells Rams fans it's not time to panic about the team moving to a new city.

A Chicago columnist looks at the lessons to learn from Jay Cutler's first five seasons.

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