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As The Rumor Mill Churns

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You'll get one guess on today's top NFL story.

-- The Broncos say they're "not sure" of their interest in Terrell Owens.

-- Dallas apparently won't consider Owens until Bill Parcells returns from Florida, where he is watching his beloved St. Louis Cardinals go through spring training. (He and Cards manager Tony LaRussa are good friends.)

-- Add Chargers TE Justin Peele to the list of TEs the Cowboys are considering to replace Dan Campbell.

-- Dallas is getting the full court press from free agent Ks Mike Vanderjagt and Paul Edinger. Vanderjagt's agent has been very aggressive, calling the Packers and getting a stealth visit to Miami this past Monday for his client.

-- Freshly cut WR Keyshawn Johnson might draw some interest from New England, though the Boston Herald thinks Eric Moulds would be a better fit.

-- The Boston Globe seconds the idea that Keyshawn could interest the Pats and says Adam Vinateiri's will visit the Packers today.

-- The Giants are pursuing FS Will Demps. They appear to be cooling on LB LaVar Arrington, whose price is too rich for New York's taste.

-- The Eagles, meanwhile are set to sign backup QB Jeff Garcia and are considering DT Brentson Buckner, formerly of the Panthers.

-- The Washington Times claims the Redskins may get a 6th round pick from the Jets for Patrick Ramsey. The Washington Post, however, contends that the Redskins may have to release Ramsey, since Todd Collins' signing leaves Washington overloaded at QB.

-- Falcons' QB Matt Schaub is the Jets more desired target, but they have yet to convince Atlanta to include him in a deal for DE John Abraham.

-- The Drew Brees and Daunte Culpepper trades are shaking up draft plans. Word from New Orleans is that the Saints now covet N.C. State DE Mario Williams. This concerns the Packers, who pick fifth and love Williams.

-- There is some speculation that the Vikings may attempt to package picks and players and move up to New Orlean's second overall spot. It would take a tremendous deal, since the points difference between pick 2 and pick 17 equals 1600 points. That's a high first rounder or three mid-second round picks.