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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Willis Mcgahee
Willis McGahee's decision to skip offseason workouts isn't what cost the veteran running back his job with the Denver Broncos.
The lockers of the running backs who might take Willis McGahee's spot in the Broncos lineup are conveniently lined up, four in a row.
The dinged-up thumb. The New Orleans defense.
On Sunday afternoon, Lance Ball joined a long line of Denver Broncos running backs with a simple gesture. No one's comparing him to two-time Super Bowl-winner Terrell Davis or even current starter Willis McGahee, but there was Ball doing the Mile High Salute.
Tim Tebow only completed two passes against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Look at what Eli Manning did. And Patrick Peterson. Eddie Royal and Willis McGahee, too.
As the Baltimore Ravens welcomed back several players to their training complex, the main topic of conversation centered around the pending departure of four prominent players.Running back Willis McGahee, former Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap, wide receiver Derrick Mason and nose guard Kelly Gregg have been told they will but cut, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Tuesday.
Joe Flacco threw two touchdown passes and playoff-savvy Baltimore forced five turnovers to beat the youthful Kansas City Chiefs 30-7 in the NFL playoffs on Sunday.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice misses practice because of a bruised right knee.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did not practice Wednesday because of a bruised right knee.
Capsules for the 32 NFL teams as they begin the 2010 season, in predicted order of finish:
"He showed he's a quarterback in the NFL," Broncos running back Willis McGahee said afterward. "Case closed."
Upon his return for the Broncos' mandatory minicamp Tuesday, McGahee said he skipped the OTAs for family reasons, insisted he would still be the starter come September and suggested that missing those 10 workouts didn't put him at a decided disadvantage by giving the youngsters a head start.