Let's take a quick spin around the division this morning. And stick around for Matt Williamson's exclusive scouting report on Ahmad Bradshaw at noon ET:
DeMarcus Ware doesn't foresee a lot of changes with new defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni, according to ESPNDallas.com
Tashard Choice is confused as to why he's not on the field more, writes Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has respect for Jerry the Owner, but not Jerry the GM.
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News wonders if Jason Garrett will be a solid talent evaluator.
Rick "Goose" Gosselin presents some research on how interim coaches have fared over the years.
Stop trying to change Michael Vick. He said he's not going to learn how to slide.
The Eagles will have a home-field advantage when it comes to negotiating with Vick, says the quarterback.
Paul Domowitch is handing out his coveted "Halftime" awards for the Daily News.
John Gonzalez thinks Eagles fans were unfairly ripped for their reaction to the play on which Colts wide receiver Austin Collie suffered a concussion.
Mark Viera of the Times says the Giants' O-line is in a state of flux this week. It's a good thing the Giants brought in Shawn Andrews. He looked good at left tackle against the Seahawks.
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been accused of providing improper benefits to North Carolina players, according to the Daily News.
Shawn Andrews is confident he can protect Eli Manning's blindside.
Defensive coordinator says middle linebacker Jonathan Goff has been the most pleasant surprise, according to ESPNNewYork.com.
Here's what the Star-Ledger has to say about Nicks' situation.
Barry Svrluga has done some nice research on Donovan McNabb's history in two-minute drills.
Tanya Snyder, wife of Dan, delivered some gems in a TV interview. Dan Steinberg of the Post has the transcript.
The more you hear about Clinton Portis in practice this week, the more it sounds like he's not playing Monday.
Matt Terl of the Redskins Blog has a good item on how Washington will defend Michael Vick.