People close to the situation expect there could be some clarity in the Kamerion Wimbley situation in Oakland this week.
He could be cut if he doesn’t restructure his contract. From what I hear, Wimbley would be open to being creative with a new contract but he is not interested in a pay cut. If a new agreement can’t be reached, Wimbley would likely be cut; there would likely be a strong market for the pass-rusher. I could see both San Diego and Kansas City being interested in him.
Denver running back Willis McGahee recently asked for a pay raise, according to the Denver Post. The Broncos aren’t interested in giving him one and he apparently isn’t interested in holding out.
Add the Jets to the list of teams that may make a play for Raiders’ free-agent quarterback Jason Campbell in free agency. Kansas City could show interest as well. Campbell is not expected to remain in Oakland because his injury-replacement, Carson Palmer, is the team’s starter.
The Boston Globe thinks San Diego receiver Vincent Jackson may be a top target in New England. That’s a scary thought for the rest of the league.