NFL Rumors - October 23rd
Owner's actions undermining Spurrier
Steve Spurrier may be losing the respectof his players. The New York Times' Thomas George reports that several of the Redskins believe that the team cut a player without informing Spurrier. Afterwards, one Redskin said that Spurrier "starts sentences off with, `If it's O.K. with the owner, I'm going to . . . ' do this and that before he talks about his actions".
Bengals' Dillon feeling under-appreciated
Does Corey Dillon want out of Cincinnati? The Cincinnati Post's Kevin Goheen reports that Dillon feels that he is being under-appreciated in Cincinnati and that he hopes to play somewhere next season where he will get his due.
Griese could get start for Dolphins
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports that Dave Wannstedt is another coach who will wait until the last minute before naming his starting QB. Either Jay Fiedler or Brian Griese will get the ball.
Couch headed back to bench?
The Browns still haven't decided if they will start Kelly Holcomb or Tim Couch on Sunday. The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Tony Grossi reports that Butch Davis will wait until noon on Sunday before he announces who his starting QB will be.
Teams hoping to recruit Williams
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle's Scott Pitoniak reports that several teams are interested in former Raiders tight end Roland Williams. The Bills, Buccaneers and Broncos have all brought Williams in for a recruiting visit.