Terrell Owens says he will report to the Philadelphia Eagles' training camp even though he is hinting that he would agree to a trade because of a contract dispute.
Owens told the Philadelphia Inquirer yesterday for a story on its Web site that he would report to training camp, though he won't be happy if fails to get a new deal.
"I'll be there," Owens said. "I mean, the bottom line is that I still believe I deserve a new contract. I still believe I deserve more than what they've given me. But I'm not stupid. I'm not about to miss training camp, get fined every day and give them even more reasons to keep from paying me."
Drew Rosenhaus, Owens's agent said he just wants a fair-market deal for Owens.
"We hope it's something we can work out with the Philadelphia Eagles," Rosenhaus said, adding he had talked recently with the Eagles. "If it's something we can work out with another team, that is not something we are opposed to."
* CHIEFS: Wide receiver Derrick Alexander signed a contract with Kansas City so he could retire as a member of the Chiefs.
Alexander, who has not played football since 2002 when he played for the Vikings, had 417 catches for 6,971 yards with 40 touchdowns and 16 rushes for 210 yards during his NFL career.
* BRONCOS: Denver signed third-round draft choice Domonique Foxworth, a cornerback and three-time all-conference player for Maryland. Foxworth joins seventh-round pick, punter Paul Ernster, as the second Broncos draft pick to sign.
* VIKINGS: Minnesota signed wide receiver Siaha Burley and running back Adimchinobe Echemandu.
Burley was a favorite target of quarterback Daunte Culpepper in college, when they were teammates at Central Florida. Burley has spent the past five seasons in the Arena Football League, earning player of the year honors for 2005 after totaling 45 touchdown catches in 16 games.
* LIONS: Wide receiver David Kircus has been ordered to pay $850 in fines and court costs for driving drunk. Hudsonville (Mich.) District Judge Kenneth D. Post also sentenced Kircus to one day of jail, with credit for one day served at the time of his arrest.
* DOLPHINS: Draft picks Travis Daniels and Manuel Wright signed four-year contracts and will be in training camp for the start of practice Monday.
Defensive end David Bowens signed a one-year extension through 2006.
* CHARGERS: Darren Sproles, a rookie running back and kick returner, agreed to a four-year contract. Sproles was drafted out of Kansas State in the fourth round.