Left unsaid, however, was: Why in the world would Needell wish the Raiders on anybody?
C'mon, Paul, don't give Davis any ideas. If we leave him alone, the Odd One may quietly go away.
Soon, very soon, the Giants probably will sign Eli Manning to a new deal. The word from the Bergen Record is that the Giants don't want Eli to ever play for another team.
So they will offer him more than the $99.2 million, seven-year hug the Colts bestowed on his brother Peyton.
And, get this, the Giants say they are more impressed with Eli's football IQ than his passing stats.
Momma, the world has indeed turned upside down.
Chew on these rumorous tidbits, supplied by profootballtalk.com, as you slop down your Cheerios:
A TV station in Dallas reported that "Pacman" Jones got into a fight Tuesday with somebody's bodyguard. At a hotel. In the bathroom. Stop the presses.
According to the New York Post, Giants WR Plaxico Burress returned a rental car in June, paid $996.95 for its use, but failed to cough up $1,759 for damage to the bumper.
How did he get away with that?
Simple. Burress returned the car when the office was c-l-o-s-e-d.
Randy Harris, president of the claims company trying to recover the money, said he'd tried for months to contact Burress.
"He's a bum," Harris told the Post. And he obviously can't drive very well.
Contact staff writer Gary Miles at 215-854-4487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.