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St. Louis Rams Let Bulger Go
The St. Louis Rams are parting ways with their long-time QB Marc Bulger. The team announced Monday the former Pro Bowler will be released making him free to sign with any other team. Bulger has a career 41-54 record as a starter and a career passer rating of 84.4. His play was a major factor in the team letting Kurt Warner go after the 2003 season. The move comes amid speculation from NFL Draft watchers that the Rams are considering taking Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford with their No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
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Bears Clark Missing From Workouts
Bears TE Desmond Clark had perfect attendance to Chicago's voluntary workouts, until today. A source familiar with the situation told ESPNChicago.com that Clark was absent when the players returned to work today at Halas Hall. Prior to last season, when injuries limited him to just nine games, Clark recorded at least 40 grabs in each of previous three seasons. The 32-year-old Clark is entering his 12th NFL season and is in the final year of his contract.
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Doc Halladay Deals As Phillies Beat Nationals
The early returns on the Phillies new ace Roy Halladay were very good. Doc Halladay pitched 7 strong innings giving up just one run and striking out nine as Philadelphia beat the Washington Nationals 11-1. It was the 8th consecutive opening day start for the former Cy Young winner. Halladay cruised through the afternoon and finished with just 88 pitches thrown.