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Add the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the mix of serious suitors for Buffalo Bills running back Travis Henry.

The Bucs always have been considered a potential landing spot for Henry because they are without a starting running back. Bucs General Manager Bruce Allen told a Tampa radio station Thursday that he called the Bills on Wednesday to inform them he wants to pursue trade discussions on Henry.

Meanwhile, Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green reiterated in an interview with the Arizona Republic on Wednesday that he considers a trade for Henry to still be a possibility for his team and that he would not rule out the option of flip-flopping second-round picks with the Bills. Arizona has the 44th overall pick; Buffalo has No. 55.

Elsewhere in the NFL:

Terrell Owens wants a new contract from the Philadelphia Eagles before he starts his second season with the team. He and new agent Drew Rosenhaus are looking to renegotiate a seven-year deal worth almost $49 million.

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