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#NFL News and Notes - September 9, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - September 9, 2010

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wants to continue to have Randy Moss to throw to.

The Buffalo Bills offensive line remains a question mark, writes Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News.

New York Jets safety Brodney Pool is a more physical player than Kerry Rhodes.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall isn't a believer in quarterback/wide receiver chemistry.

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb is not expected to play in Monday night's season-opener against the Jets.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward has some advice for quarterback Dennis Dixon.

Cleveland Browns quarterback, and team captain, Jake Delhomme is excited to start the 2010 season.

Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson feels prepared to start the regular season, reports Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

There are health questions about the Indianapolis Colts offensive line, writes Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.

Tennessee Titans seventh-round wide receiver Marc Mariani is expected to handle the return duties on Sunday.

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio is looking to repay the local fans for selling out the season-opener.

Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels will be limited to 20-25 snaps against the Colts, reports John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali should have an advantage over Chargers left tackle Brandyn Dombrowski on Monday night.

The Denver Broncos need running back Knowshon Moreno to be at full strength for the running game to be effective, writes Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post.

San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman returned to practice on Wednesday, but is unlikely to play on Monday night, Chris Jenkins of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable won't rule out having running back Michael Bush on Sunday, despite his thumb injury.

Named the starter by head coach Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks running back Justin Forsett knows he still has a lot to prove, reports Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times.

San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary named quarterback Alex Smith one of the team's six captains.

Quarterback Derek Anderson always had it in his mind that he'd become the starter for the Arizona Cardinals after signing in March.

St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo and quarterback Sam Bradford worked overtime to prepare for Bradford's NFL debut, reports Steve Korte of the Belleville News Democrat.

The Green Bay Packers eschew free agency and waivers, preferring to draft and develop the talent on their roster.

Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan is expected to start at center tonight against the Saints.

Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz will be paring down the playbook now that the regular season is here.

Detroit Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy's groin injury jeopardizes his availability for the season-opener.

Early reviews on the new-look Carolina Panthers defensive line have been positive, writes Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer.

Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff is building through the draft.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris expects tight end Kellen Winslow to have "something hidden away" when facing his former team on Sunday.

Mike Triplett of The Times-Picayune writes that the New Orleans Saints know what they're going to face tonight.

The Dallas Cowboys will likely be without two starters along the offensive line on Sunday.

Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb is excited about his receiving corps, reports Jason Reid of the Washington Post.

Philadelphia Eagles center Jamaal Jackson is confident in his left knee, but knows he'll need to prove he's back by playing four quarters on Sunday.

New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs clearly isn't happy with his back-up role.

Today's NFL birthdays: Packers fullback John Kuhn (28), Colts linebacker Clint Session (26), Chiefs tight end Leonard Pope (27), Patriots wide receiver Matt Slater (25), Saints linebacker Stanley Arnoux (24), Eagles fifth-round wide receiver Riley Cooper (23), Redskins offensive tackle Clint Oldenburg (27), free agent linebacker Abdul Hodge (28) and wide receiver Michael Jones (24).

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