New York must decide if and when Lamont Jordan is ready to replace Curtis Martin as the full-time starter.
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Mike Shanahan is so convinced of his system that he has lost sight of how special Clinton Portis is.
Carolina has the personnel to prevent Donovan McNabb from escaping the pocket.
Cowboys RB Troy Hambrick has played well lately, but his future in Dallas depends on how he finishes the season.
Perhaps the biggest surprise on cut-down day was the Titans' decision to release Neil O'Donnell.
With no true feature back on their roster, the Texans selected Tony Hollings in the supplemental draft.
Former Chicago Bears kicker Kevin Butler announced that he's ready to make a comeback.
If the Raiders re-sign Charles Woodson before the season, they could get him below market value.
Sammy Knight is almost guaranteed a starting job in Green Bay. That would be the case if he signs with Miami.
Some of the players who went undrafted have a realistic chance to make an impact.
While the Jaguars will go into training camp with Mark Brunell as the starting quarterback, that might not be the case in 2004.