Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Thanks to everyone who took part in our record-breaking (just assuming) free agency coverage on The Beast. Even though things have slowed down a bit, we'll continue to monitor the situation. Now let's go around the NFC East to see what everyone's saying:
Jen Engel of the Star-Telegram doesn't think Jon Kitna is a huge upgrade from Brad Johnson. I think she's wrong. It's not like the Cowboys were going to find a capable backup on Day 2 of the draft. And I think Kitna could get you some wins if Tony Romo gets hurt again. From the medical folks who I've talked to, Kitna's back injury was a farce. He could've returned two weeks after the injury.
Clarence E. Hill Jr. has the Chris Canty to New York story.
Engel's husband puts Saturday's moves in perspective.
Linebacker Bradie James won't hold Kitna's comments from 2006 against him.
Don Banks of SI.com has some good details on the Canty signing and Ray Lewis' rough weekend.
Here's Jean-Jacques Taylor's take on Canty's departure.
Calvin Watkins says Kevin Burnett's on his way to visit the Raiders.
Pacman Jones has a new gig.
Brian Dawkins tells the Daily News that he'll "always be an Eagle."
Dawkins also talked to the Inquirer.
Bob Ford of the Inquirer didn't go the sentimental route with this column.
There's nothing like a Gonzo Mailbag to start your day.
Here's Rich Hofmann's take on Dawkins. He wasn't as cold-hearted as Ford.
The Eagles may have some interest in Ravens safety Jim Leonhard.
Ralph Vacchiano weighs in on the Chris Canty deal.
Let's hear from Joe LaPointe of the Times on this topic.
Tom Rock provides some helpful quotes from Canty, Coughlin and Reese.
Bob Glauber lavishes GM Jerry Reese with praise on his "What About Bob?" blog. Give it a rest, Glauber. Reese already has a favorite blog.