Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The services of Keyshawn Johnson are in demand. The Bucs say that several teams have spoken with them about trading for the loquacious wideout. While at the Pro Bowl GM Bruce Allen informed Johnson's agent, Jerome Stanley, that the Bucs had no immediate plans to release his client because whether they cut him or trade him the Bucs are on the hook for more than $6 million in accelerated signing bonus. "They think I'm too valuable of a commodity not to get something for," Johnson told the St. Petersburg Times.
Green Bay Packers: Prior to the Miami Dolphins filling out their coaching staff three was a chance that receivers coach Ray Sherman would end up in the AFC East. Sherman was interested in the tight ends coach with Miami because his family now lives in Florida. "It's a good situation here," he told the Green Bay Press Gazette. "I was going to just listen and see what their interest was, and it was an opportunity to be close to my family. But this situation (with the Packers) is a good situation. We've got a good group of young (receivers) here, guys I've worked with and grown with."
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