Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
ALBANY -- Since you're about to be treated to a continuous loop of Giants information, here's an update on what's going on elsewhere:
Say it ain't so, Cowboys fans. The evil Mike Shanahan has a rule against live-blogging in practice. The Broncos also have an anti-blogger policy in place for games, which I had to work around once last season.
The affable Tony Romo says he'd be happy to return to Oxnard, Calif., for training camp. He also said he's hoping the Cowboys "can compete" with the Broncos.
Jacques Taylor says that Bradie James has done a nice job of putting his ego aside and accepting his role on the team.
Words of wisdom from a Cowboys backup linebacker.
Flip-flopping season is here again. Step right up, Mr. Taylor.
Wade Phillips will ask his team to put on shoulder pads this week. Things are getting serious.
Longtime Fort Worth Star-Telegram beat man Clarence Hill says it's time for the Cowboys to ramp up the hitting.
Cowboys could be one "click" away from a Super Bowl, reports DMN technology writer Todd Archer.
I watched DT Brodrick Bunkley have an excellent practice Tuesday morning. Had no clue what he'd been dealing with.
The Daily News actually has a list of the items that were stolen.
Bob Brookover of the Inquirer has a neat story on Dan Klecko.
Bob also has a story on Asante Samuel's first news conference in months. I'm told that Samuel joked that Andy Reid had a lot more personality than Bill Belichick.
Les Bowen provides an update on the Lito Sheppard saga.
Nick Fierro thinks it's a good thing the Eagles have a short memory.
Colt Brennan has returned to earth after his strong preseason debut.
Marcus Mason has made quite an impression in Redskins camp, forcing Jim Zorn to contemplate keeping four tailbacks.
The Redskins are beating up on their own quarterback.
Redskins fans, meet your new starting weakside linebacker.