Beastlines: Kevin Kolb inspired by Rodgers

Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys have 13 free agents to deal with whenever a new CBA is finalized, but according to ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins, the Cowboys have just one they need to worry about: left tackle Doug Free.

After 11 seasons with the New England Patriots, strength and conditioning coach Mike Woicik could be headed back to the Cowboys, sources told ESPNDallas.com and ESPNBoston.com.

Quarterback Tony Romo is too worried about whether teammates like him to be the Cowboys' true leader, argues Jean-Jacques Taylor of The Dallas Morning News. (subscription required)

New York Giants

Vic Carucci of NFL.com has five tough questions the Giants need to address this offseason.

Michael Eisen of Giants.com goes inside the numbers in reviewing the 2010 season.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles' new defensive staff under Juan Castillo will emphasize a simpler scheme than the one employed by former coordinator Sean McDermott.

Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb is inspired by the path to stardom taken by the Packers' Aaron Rodgers.

New defensive line coach Jim Washburn had to leave his comfort zone when he decided to leave Tennessee behind for Philly.

Washington Redskins

Diminutive kick returner Brandon Banks said he'd like to add 11 pounds to his playing weight last season of 154.

Barry Barnes of DC Sports Examiner looks ahead at the Skins' 2011 schedule and concludes home will not be so sweet.

In an article examining owner Dan Synder's lawsuit against Washington City Paper, Thomas Alter writes that "With every stupid lawsuit, every self-serving act, [Snyder] puts another blemish on the great history of the Washington Redskins."