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Hot Routes 9.3.10: The Flying B

Posted on: September 3, 2010 11:33 am
 
Posted by Will Brinson and Andy Benoit

Because you know you needed some news that's not relating to Ben Roethlisberger or North Carolina football. Follow us on Twitter (@CBSSportsNFL) to send us links you'd like to see featured in future episodes.
  • Remember the legal battle about the Ravens stealing a logo when they first moved to Baltimore? Well, according to Cleveland.com, "A divided three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled Thursday that the commercial use of the "Flying B" logo in old game films infringes on amateur artist Frederick Bouchat's copyright."
  • Derrick Ward is going on a little free agency tour, according to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio , and his first two stops will be Houston and Seattle. Houston seems like an immediately solid fit, considering the loss of Ben Tate, provided that the reports of Ward's demise are exaggerated.
  • Safety Pat Watkins, recently released by the Cowboys, visited the Bengals . Watkins played for Mike Zimmer in Dallas. No sense in signing him though – even without Gibril Wilson, the Bengals are pretty well set at safety.
  • JJ Cooper of Steelers Lounge continues to just straight up dominate offensive line analysis. If you like the Steelers (or just good football reading), you should be checking his work out.
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