CBS cut off speculation about who will replace the late Ed Bradley on 60 Minutes by announcing over the weekend that no one will -- at least not during the current season. Executive producer Jeff Fager said that Bradley's workload will be spread around among the other regular correspondents and contributors Katie Couric and Anderson Cooper. "It's a long-term project to find the next full-time person who can show the abilities that are expected of a 60 Minutes correspondent," Fager told the Associated Press.