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New York Giants
New defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan will utilize the same scheme former coordinator Steve Spagunolo used, but with a few tweaks, reports the New York Post's Paul Schwartz.
No one's wearing Randall Cunningham's No. 12 or Brian Dawkins' No. 20 at minicamp. The Inquirer's Bob Ford says the Eagles should either hand out the numbers or retire them.
Although the team made a number of additions this offseason to upgrade the running game, that doesn't mean the Eagles will run the ball more, writes the Philadelphia Daily News' Rich Hofmann.
Brian Dawkins' departure leaves a large leadership gap to be filled, says the Philadelphia Daily News' Paul Domowitch.
Melanoma has forced defensive coordinator Jim Johnson to make changes, but he won't stop coaching: "It's part of my life," Johnson said. "It keeps me going. I don't feel any different coaching. I'm coaching the same way."
Larry O'Rourke is impressed with the Philly special teams.
The Redskins are expecting much more from second-year players Devin Thomas, Malcolm Kelly and Fred Davis this season, reports the Washington Post's Jason La Canfora.
The Washington Times' David Elfin provides a series of questions and answers about last weekend's minicamp.
Minicamp notes from La Canfora.
Also from La Canfora: Michael Strahan convinced defensive end Renaldo Wynn to slim down and focus on quickness.
Elfin reports that receivers have been impressive at tryouts.
Jason Campbell sees good things in the future for the Redskins' offense, according to the Washington Post's Jason Reid.