What are the Cowboys' top storylines this offseason? The Dallas Morning News shares its top 10.
Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli are already making an impact in Dallas.
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Rookie safety Cooper Taylor models himself after former Giants safety Jason Sehorn. “I’m definitely kind of an enigma for the position, not a whole lot of guys like me,’’ Taylor said.
Cornerback Brandon Boykin is hoping the experience he gained last season will begin to pay off when he takes the field in 2013.
Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer: "There is no coach in the NFL trying to do more in less time than Chip Kelly of the Eagles. He is one of eight new head coaches and received for that honor an extra three days of practice in the form of an April voluntary veterans minicamp. (Woo hoo!) Otherwise, the Eagles are trying to slip a lot of coaching through a narrow window like every other team, but, unlike most, everything coming through the window is brand new."
Jason Reid of The Washington Post: "The biggest news about the Washington Redskins actually doesn’t involve quarterback Robert Griffin III’s reconstructed right knee. It’s still way too early to tell when Griffin will be ready to play -- the Redskins are waiting to find out just like everyone else. What is interesting are the changes on offense the team is expected to make to accommodate Griffin.
CSNWashington.com looks at a crowded Redskins backfield.