Charean Williams of the Star-Telegram writes that there's a prior connection between Stanford guard David DeCastro and new Cowboys offensive line coach Bill Callahan.
Not so fast, writes CBSSports.com's Pat Kirwan, who argued DeCastro is not worth such a premium pick.
Executive Stephen Jones admits the Cowboys don't have "good enough talent" on defense, the Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill Jr. wrote.
The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Tony Fiammetta is the only restricted free agent the Cowboys plan to tender.
Former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is reportedly facing foreclosure on two homes he owns in Dallas.
New York Giants
Brandon Jacobs will have to take a significant pay cut if he wants to return to play with the Giants, writes Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.
Tight end is a position of need for New York, and Giants101.com lists the five best options on the free-agent market.
Robert Griffin III is going to be an elite player in the NFL, but Dave King of InsidetheIggles.com says the Eagles "can’t draft him. They shouldn’t, and they probably won’t, for a number of reasons."
The best player available when the Eagles draft No. 15 overall, says Philadelphia Daily News' Les Bowen, will likely be a defensive tackle. Is Devon Still in the Eagles' crosshairs?
The Redskins have re-signed backup defensive end Darrion Scott, The Washington Post reports.
Donovan McNabb is no longer a Redskin, and he says he sure doesn't see Peyton Manning as one, either.
Adam Carriker tells Jake Russell of TheHogs.net that he feels he's finally coming into his own as a defensive end and he should be compensated fairly by the Redskins or some other team.