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NFL roundup: Rosenhaus shops Burress

Associated Press
NEWARK, N.J. ó Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for Plaxico Burress, sent an e-mail to the NFL’s teams earlier this week letting them know that Burress was one of his three clients who wants to be traded, an NFL executive told The Associated Press on Thursday.
The other two players are Anquan Boldin of the Arizona Cardinals and Chad Johnson of the Cincinnati Bengals.
TITANS
NASHVILLE, Tenn. ó All Pro defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is being blamed for causing an accident that left a Tennessee man needing hip replacement and has a district attorney reviewing the Dec. 13 incident for a possible probation violation.
REDSKINS
ASHBURN, Va. ó Ryan Plackemeier was waived, putting the punting situation again in flux for a team that ranked last in the league in net average last season.
BRONCOS
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. ó Brian Xanders was promoted to general manager.
SAINTS
NEW ORLEANS ó Wide receiver David Patten was released.
49ERS
BRENHAM, Texas ó Linebacker Roderick Green was arrested after becoming uncooperative during a traffic stop in his hometown.
LOS ANGELES
INDUSTRY, Calif. ó The city of Industry’s planning commission has approved a proposal for a stadium intended to lure an NFL team back to the Los Angeles area.

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