Alexander says he's had steady stream of calls for services
SEATTLE -- Shaun Alexander isn't bitter at being unemployed.
He isn't angry at the Seahawks, who in April dumped their career rushing and touchdowns leader. He doesn't feel betrayed that Seattle cut him just two seasons after he was the NFL's MVP, led it to its only Super Bowl appearance and then signed a $62 million contract.
And, no, he isn't retiring.
Instead, the 31-year-old Alexander believes he will sign with one of a handful of teams that have provided a "constant flow ...
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