Thursday Beastlines: Bryant the next Moss?

Dallas Cowboys

First-round draft pick Dez Bryant should be starting "very soon" at wide receiver for the Cowboys, says Rick Gosselin. Gosselin also does a Q&A with the Dallas Morning News and says the Cowboys will only go as far as Tony Romo can take them.

Chick Ludwig of Cinncinati.com thinks Bryant will be the next Randy Moss.

Now that he's been selected, Bryant can finally focus on football, writes Randy Galloway of the Star-Telegram.

New York Giants

Kicker Jeff Feagles will officially announce his retirement from the NFL in a news conference on Friday.

Former Giants linebacker Brad Van Pelt is having his name added to his alma mater's Ring of Fame at Michigan State.

Philadelphia Eagles

The team and media will get the first look at first-round draft pick Brandon Graham at the Eagles' rookie camp that starts Friday. Philly.com's Sheil Kapadia gives us three questions to ponder about the upcoming camp.

Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott is excited about the "reinforcements" added to his defense this offseason, writes the Daily News' Paul Domowitch.

Washington Redskins

Fifteen-year NFL veteran wide receiver Joey Galloway has signed a deal with the Redskins, according to the Washington Post's Jason Reid.

Also from Reid: Expect more undrafted rookie free agents to show up on the Redskins.

New Skins quarterback Donovan McNabb will keep his annual kids football camp in Philadelphia, but has plans to get more involved in the Washington, D.C., community.