The Cowboys have once again been named the NFL’s most valuable franchise, according to Forbes Magazine.
According to an ESPNDallas.com source, the Cowboys won't get a new deal worked out with defensive end Anthony Spencer by the deadline.
The offensive and defensive lines could have some changes should Todd Archer's pre-camp roster predictions pan out.
Cowboys wide receiver Danny Coale must prove his knee is healthy and make a name for himself if he hopes to make the 53-man roster, writes Archer.
Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne, the former sixth overall draft pick, held his first youth camp in Dallas.
New York Giants
Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz apologizes for his controversial tweet about the George Zimmerman trial.
"It’s hard in the NFL. It’s a high-performance business, a lot of young guys coming in the league coming for your spot," Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas says on "NFL Total Access."
"Why is coach Kevin Gilbride not on the hot seat?" asks one fan of Michael Eisen, with Giants.com.
Stevie Brown, who is constantly reminded of how fleeting success can be in the NFL, has not stopped working to keep his place as a starting safety secure.
The Giants benefit from the NFL’s rich national media deals that contributed $149 million per team during the 2011 season, reports Forbes Magazine.
New Eagles coach Chip Kelly explains the logistics of staging training camp in Philadelphia and how he plans to conduct practices.
The Eagles' official website examines the three biggest questions facing each position group, and the focus shifts to the defensive tackle position.
Kelly won 46 of the 53 games he coached at Oregon, a percentage unseen in the NFL. But Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes Las Vegas odds suggest Kelly might lose seven games in just his first year in Philadelphia.
Comcast Washington's Tarik El-Bashir writes that he's going with Leonard Hankerson and Jarvis Jenkins as his breakout candidates for 2013.
The Redskins improved depth at cornerback, but questions remain, writes John Keim of the Washington Post.
"There are a lot of similarities between the power sweep that Vince Lombardi’s teams were so successful at running and the field-stretching zone-blocking plays that Mike Shanahan’s offenses have run for years," the Washington Post's Mike Jones writes in his mailbag of reader questions.