Let's look at some of the top stories around the division this morning:
Right tackle Marc Colombo and running back Felix Jones both missed practice Wednesday because of injuries, writes ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins.
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News says that Wade Phillips lets things slide, such as cell phone calls during team meetings.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says that Miles Austin is going without gloves at practice this week to work on his concentration.
Jon Kitna's not blaming anyone but himself for Sunday's loss to the Jags at home.
This Ellis Hobbs benching has taken an interesting turn. Andy Reid said Hobbs got burned against the Titans, in part, because of a hip flexor. But he failed to mention that until Wednesday.
John Smallwood of the Daily News thinks DeSean Jackson should err on the side of caution in his return from a concussion.
Nick Fierro of The Morning Call talks about the Eagles' approach against Peyton Manning.
Mr. Runyan goes to Washington, writes Les Bowen of the Daily News.
Tom Coughlin went to visit Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand in the hospital Tuesday. LeGrand suffered a spinal cord injury Oct. 16 against Army and is paralyzed.
Ex-USC cornerback Terrell Thomas says he owes Mike Williams a little something, writes Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger.
The Giants have been preparing to have "poise in the noise."
Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com talks about the "plague" that has visited Eli Manning and other quarterbacks this season.