Rosenhaus Says Five Teams Have Interest in WR Burress

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Drew Rosenhaus loves Twitter. How else can you explain the super agent using it non-stop for updating news about his clients as well as his daily activities? Today Rosenhaus was at it again, giving NFL fans something to chew on when he stated that former Giants WR Plaxico Burress has no less than five teams interested in his services.

Of course that may change after commish Roger Goodell put it out there that the league will once again review Burress’ status under the leagues’ personal conduct policy. There’s been talk for awhile that the Jets, Bears, and possibly Tampa Bay have all been interested in Burress’ services.

So if Rosenhaus is telling the truth, who are the other two teams?

My two darkhorses are the Eagles and Raves, who both have been in the mix in some regard for a big-name wide out. The Ravens did have an interest in Bronco pass catcher Brandon Marshall when it was thought he might be moved, and a Donovan McNabb to Burress combo in Philly would be enticing, though we all know how the last big name WR situation in Philly ended up.

For now, it’ll be up to Goodell to decide if Burress has to serve more games on the bench, and also if a team wants to deal with the headaches that will come with signing the talented, but troubled pass catcher.

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One Response to “Rosenhaus Says Five Teams Have Interest in WR Burress”

  1. tarheelchief says:

    TO,Ocho Cinco,and the great Cardinal receivers never give credit to the offensive line.
    It’s amazing they aren’t beaten to a pulp in the locker room.The defensive linemen and linebackers know the truth.Someone should pull these three people aside and speak softly in their ears about quarterbacks who did not have protection to throw the bomb.