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PRO FOOTBALL / DAILY REPORT : AROUND THE NFL : Deion Sanders’ World Tour Continues

Associated Press

Free-agent cornerback Deion Sanders is scheduled to be in Kansas City tonight to watch the Chiefs, who are interested in signing him, play the Chicago Bears. Next he is supposed to talk with the Atlanta Falcons, who already had a $2.88-million, $169,400-a-game offer rejected. Then it’s on to New Orleans on Thursday. “It’s early right now on the Deion world tour, and we’re just one of the stops,” said Jim Miller, the Saints’ executive vice president of administration. “But if he wants to play here, we’ll find the money somewhere.” . . . Miami Dolphin linebacker Dwight Hollier will be sidelined for at least two weeks after injuring his left knee in Saturday night’s 29-14 exhibition loss to Tampa Bay. . . . Pieces of a construction crane that collapsed in the Kingdome last week, killing two workers, were lowered and laid out on the stadium floor Sunday by investigators searching for the cause of the accident. Officials had hoped to reopen the stadium in time for the Seahawks’ regular-season home opener Sept. 18.


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