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Wednesday Notes: Rosenhaus Signs Standeford, Talks Him Up on Twitter

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  • Drew Rosenhaus' newest client is Lions receiver John StandefordRosenhaus announced the news on his Twitter page, saying that he thinks Standeford "has a good chance to be a starter this season for the Lions."  I know it's Rosenhaus' job to say good things about his clients, but I highly doubt Standeford will be a starter.  His first goal should be to make the team, as that isn't even a certainty right now.
  • SI.com's Don Banks thinks that out of four franchise QBs on new teams, Matthew Stafford has the highest chance of struggling through 2009 due to playing for the Lions.
  • Seahawks receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh is boycotting Madden 10 because he is only rated a 91, making him the sixth-best wideout in the NFC.  The five players with a better rating, Calvin Johnson being one of them, all put up better numbers than Houshmandzadeh last year, so I don't know why he has such a problem with the rating.  He actually blamed his numbers on his offense last year, which I just find funny.  Calvin Johnson played in a crappy offense as well, but his numbers were quite a bit better.
  • Rich Eisen is going to host the Hall of Fame induction ceremony next month since Chris Berman, the usual host, is going to be Ralph Wilson's presenter.