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- ATH: April 14th in the NFL

Chris Pokorny April 14, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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It's time for another Around the Horn report on random events going on in the NFL for April 14th:

Terry Bradshaw on Pregame
The Austin American-Statesman is reporting that Terry Bradshaw will not take over for James Brown on FOX's pregame show. Brown left FOX during the offseason to join CBS, but FOX has yet to find a replacement. Ed Goren, Fox Sports president and executive producer, had this to say on Sirius Radio recently regarding the situation: "I love Terry. He is the old straw that stirs the drink. But there isn't enough alcohol in Los Angeles for me to consume if I had to produce a show with Terry being the bandleader."

Harrington Still Not Dealt
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Lions president Matt Millen are still trying to trade QB Joey Harrington, but things seem the same as they were a week ago. "We're going to continue to be patient," Millen said. It is not known whether or not the deal will be made before or after the match. Ideally, the Lions would like to acquire a draft pick for this month's draft.

Fisher Upset at Bulluck, Volek Pleases
Jim Wyatt, of the Tennessean, is reporting that Titans head coach Jeff Fisher is not very happy that LB Keith Bulluck is not involved with the team's offseason program yet. "I have been very pleased with the attendance, the only person that was not there, that has not participated in the offseason program to date is Keith Bulluck," Fisher said. "I am disappointed he has not been here. Keith, to my knowledge, has not participated in any of the offseason program at this point."

Also, quarterbacks Billy Volek and Matt Mauck ran the practices. Fisher was impressed with Volek's workout. "Billy and Matt are running things, splitting reps and doing well," Fisher said. "Billy had a real good day."

Chargers Trading Donnie Edwards?
Kevin Acee, of the San Diego Union-Tribune, is reporting that star-LB Donnie Edwards is available for a trade from any team except a team in the AFC West. If a team wants the talented linebacker though, it is believed that they will have to give up a first-round pick in this month's draft in return. Regardless of whether or not he gets traded, the move all but confirms that the team will not re-sign him after this season is over.

Teams Interested in Ty Law
Clare Farnsworth, of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, is reporting that besides the Seahawks having an interest in CB Ty Law, the Cleveland Browns, Tennessee Titans, and New England Patriots are interested in him as well.

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