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NFL Links: 49ers taking low-key approach to free agency; Palmer quiet on status with Bengals


Posted July 12, 2011 @ 4:58 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, July 15, 2011

GM Trent Baalke says the 49ers will not be major players in free agency.

Carson Palmer is keeping quiet about his situation with the Bengals.

Mike Munchak says the Titans are looking for a veteran quartertback that "can come in here and win."

Dunta Robinson says the Falcons will be in shape and ready to play when football resumes.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Michael Crabtree could learn from Vernon Davis, according to a Santa Rosa writer.

Brian Cushing had a brief response to criticism from James Harrison.

Vacation ended for Norv Turner on Wednesday, and he's ready to have some players to coach again.

James Harrison's agent defended his client's harsh comments to Men's Journal magazine.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

A Detroit columnist says the Lions should consider signing Plaxico Burress.

Devin Hester says he's hoping the Bears will sign Santana Moss.

The Browns' defense is ready to play, says Scott Fujita.

A St. Louis columnist hopes the lockout doesn't put a damper on the pro football Hall of Fame weekend.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Entering his second season, Gerald McCoy says it's time for him to lead the Buccaneers.

If Andy Studebaker wins a starting job for the Chiefs and has success, Studebaker says he'll have Mike Vrabel to thank.

Darren Sharper says there's a "50-50 chance" he'll re-sign with the Saints.

A Boston columnist says Mike Vrabel embodied "the essence of the Patriot Way."

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