Thursday Beastlines: Skins' Rogers unhappy

Dallas Cowboys

When free agency begins Friday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he has a plan and is going to stick to it.

Tight end Jason Witten recently chatted with ESPN Radio's Colin Cowherd. Here are some highlights of the conversation.

New York Giants

Despite a need to add talent on defense, don't expect the Giants to go after big-ticket free agents like Julius Peppers or Karlos Dansby.

The Giants may have some competition when it comes to signing backup quarterback David Carr.

Philadelphia Eagles

New Eagles general manager Howie Roseman sat down for a Q&A session Wednesday that touched on a number of topics.

Linebacker Jeremiah Trotter says he thinks he'll be back in an Eagles uniform for the 2010 season.

Washington Redskins

Carlos Rogers is none too happy with the Redskins' decision to place a first-round tender on him.

Rogers isn't the only Redskins player facing restricted options this offseason.