Wednesday Beastlines: N.Y. to spend wisely

Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Morning News concludes its position-by-position breakdown with a look at the team's specialists.

In preparation for next month's draft, owner Jerry Jones says he is examining every position except quarterback. "There's not a position we wouldn't take with that first pick other than quarterback," he said.

New York Giants

Giants co-owner John Mara says the team will spend wisely on free agents this offseason.

The Giants have offered a low tender of $1.226 million to safety C.C. Brown.

Philadelphia Eagles

John Gonzalez of the Philadelphia Inquirer revisits the Eagles' decision to release veteran running back Brian Westbrook.

Quarterback Michael Vick created a bit of a stir when he told an Atlanta radio station "if I could play for any team in the league, it would probably be two teams, but if I had to pick one, it would probably be the Carolina Panthers."

Washington Redskins

As it becomes more apparent the Redskins will employ a 3-4 defense, it's now time to analyze the current roster and see what changes need to be made.

With free agency on the horizon, is Washington gearing up for another spending spree?