NFC East links: Burress aiming for Eagles

Dallas Cowboys

"Tony [Romo] is going to play a lot more than two more years. ... We are going to take care of Tony. Tony is going to be a Cowboy," Dallas vice president Stephen Jones told the Star-Telegram.

In an effort to bolster their secondary, the Cowboys are keeping close tabs on two veteran cornerbacks: Cortland Finnegan and Brandon Carr.

Tim Brown says Bill Callahan, the Cowboys' new offensive coordinator, can be a "best friend" or your "worst enemy."

Former Cowboys lineman Michael Myers sues the NFL over head injuries, alleging concussions have caused multiple health problems.

New York Giants

Mario Manningham insists that he never said there was a "75 percent" chance he will leave in free agency and that he wants to remain a New York Giant.

The Giants will make history this fall when it opens the season on a Wednesday night. The last time a pro football game was played on a Wednesday night: Sept. 22, 1948.

Philadelphia Eagles

Plaxico Burress told a Philadelphia radio station that he wants to sign with the Eagles and be reunited with his childhood friend, Michael Vick.

Do the Eagles have a lineup that needs only to be tweaked, or one that needs major surgery after an 8-8 season? The Philadelphia Daily News' Rich Hofmann states his case.

The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane discusses whether the Eagles should make a move to get Robert Griffin III on the roster.

Washington Redskins

The Redskins seem intent on moving up in April's NFL draft, and according to a Washington Post report, the team is open to parting with two first-round draft picks to secure the Rams’ No. 2 pick.

Redskins center Will Montgomery’s new contract is a four-year deal worth $12 million.

Peter Schrager of Fox Sports has little doubt the Redskins will "end up making the most aggressive (and fruitful) play for RG3" in the draft.