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-- The Boston Globe expects the Cowboys to be players for both Willie McGinest and Adam Vinatieri.

The extra cap room will allow New England to fight for both players. (McGinest was cut last night because he had a huge cap number for 2006.)

-- The Jets and Lions are pursuing Redskins backup QB Patrick Ramsey.

-- Bob Glauber of Newsday reports the new CBA will increase the likelihood that many marquee free agents such as Drew Brees and Antwaan Randle El will stay with their old teams.

-- The Eagles are downplaying any interest in LaVar Arrington. There appears to be mutual interest between the player and the Giants.

-- Kevin Mawae tells the Boston Herald, "it's not about breaking the bank...it's about winning a championship from this point..."

The DMN claims Dallas expects Andre Gurode to sign elsewhere, increasing the chances the Cowboys will pursue Mawae.

-- The Philadelphia Daily News claims Kansas City is emerging as the likely landing spot for Terrell Owens.

-- Count the Jacksonville Jaguars as interested in C LeCharles Bentley (Registration required.)

-- The Packers believe K Ryan Longwell will not give the team a chance to re-sign him.