Tuesday Beastlines: Reid runs tight ship

Posted by ESPN.com staff

Dallas Cowboys

  • Jesse Holley, a former North Carolina wide receiver, got the Cowboys' final roster spot for training camp by winning Michael Irvin's "4th and Long" reality TV series.

  • The Dallas Morning News continues its positional previews series with the defensive line.

  • The Dayton Daily News catches up with former Cowboys safety Roy Williams.

New York Giants

  • When asked whether the Giants might be interested in former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, Giants owner John Mara replied, "No. On a lot of levels, no."

  • Cornerback Corey Webster answers The Star-Ledger's summer questionnaire. His pick for the Giants' breakout player in '09? Safety Michael Johnson.

Philadelphia Eagles

  • The Eagles conduct one of the tougher training camps in the league, and coach Andy Reid keeps rookie hazing to a minimum, writes the Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane.

  • The agent for Eagles rookie wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, the team's only unsigned draft pick, said "negotiations should intensify in the middle to latter part of this week."

Washington Redskins

  • During a radio interview, former coach Joe Gibbs covered a lot of ground, including expectations for Jim Zorn, Michael Vick's possible return to the NFL and Jason Campbell's offseason.

  • The Washington Times breaks down the Redskins' defensive line.