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Updated: June 1, 2004, 3:41 PM ET
By Darrell Trimble | ESPN Insider
Kurt Warner
Warner
New York Giants: After being turned down by Neil O'Donnell, the Giants appear to be turning their attention toward Kurt Warner, according to the New York Daily News. The Giants, who are seeking a veteran QB to tutor No. 1 draft pick Eli Manning, plan to meet with Warner in the next couple weeks. Warner, who is expected to be cut by the Rams after June 1, is looking for a chance to salvage his career. The Giants could give Warner the chance to play right away while the team makes the transition to the Manning era. "It's a team that is looking for a quarterback," said Mark Bartelstein, Warner's agent. "We've certainly talked to them. Whether it will lead to anything is hard to say. The Giants are one of the teams I've had ongoing conversations with regarding Kurt's situation. They just drafted a quarterback who is going to be their franchise quarterback, there is no question about that. Kurt understands that. He understands you're not going to find the perfect situation in May or June."

Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins added David Boston in the offseason, but they're still working to put the finishing touches on their receiving corps. "At this point, I'm encouraged with what we've seen [at wide receiver]," coach Dave Wannstedt told the Miami Herald. "But we'll continue to look. That's not a secret. [General manager] Rick [Spielman] and I talk about it every day." Several receivers, including Dennis Northcutt and Muhsin Muhammad, might soon become available. As for Boston, he missed Wednesday's minicamp practice because of a shin injury, but was on the field to watch the drills.

Seattle Seahawks: The team signed Brock Huard this offseason, but Seneca Wallace isn't ready to concede the No. 3 QB role. "It's a competition," Wallace told the Seattle Times. He (Huard) might have the upper hand because he's been here before, but it just comes down to who's going to make the most plays. And when preseason comes, we're just going to go out there and both have fun." Huard returns to Seattle after two years backing up Peyton Manning in Indianapolis. Wallace, entering his second season, has not taken a snap in a regular season game. Matt Hasselbeck and Trent Dilfer are entrenched as the team's No. 1 and No. 2 QBs.


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