Schrager: NFL resolutions for 2008
Tony Romo swears off bringing his girlfriend to games as Peter Schrager looks at New Year's resolutions being made around the NFL.
Huizenga willing to sell 49 percent of Dolphins
Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga remains in serious discussions with New York real estate developer Steve Ross, and Huizenga has told people he prefers to sell 49 percent of the team, three officials close to the situation said this week according to the Miami Herald.
Part of a possible deal would give Ross the right to purchase majority interest within several years.
Huizenga likes the idea of someone coming in as a minority owner first, with the understanding that person would eventually buy out Huizenga's interest. Dolphin Stadium also would be included in the deal.
League will be watching Williams, tackling tactics closely
When Roy Williams returns to work Wednesday for the Dallas Cowboys�he will do so with a sharp warning the Dallas Morning News reported.
The NFL, in a letter, told the Cowboys strong safety that increased discipline is possible if he commits another horse-collar tackle. Williams missed Saturday's game at Carolina because he was serving a one-game suspension after being penalized for an illegal horse-collar tackle.
If Williams is flagged again, he could receive a two-game suspension, including playoff games.
Saints look to youth in backfield
The New Orleans running game could be in the hands of a rookie and two newcomers when they play their season finale at Chicago on Sunday. Neither Reggie Bush (torn ligament in his left knee) nor Aaron Stecker (turf toe) practiced Wednesday and it's uncertain if either will be available for the game, a must-win for the Saints, who still have an outside shot at the final NFC wild-card slot.
McNabb looks forward to staying with Eagles
The uncertainty surrounding the five-time Pro Bowler's future with the Philadelphia Eagles seemingly was put to rest earlier this month when team president Joe Banner said he expected McNabb to be the starter next year.