Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Jean-Jacques Taylor calls Adam "Pacman" Jones a "fool," and says there's no way he can be trusted.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes that Pacman has become Jerry Jones' "significant other." He also discusses Jerry's repeated use of the word "jivin'" that was used to describe what led to the infamous bathroom brawl.
Mac Engel talks about how the Cowboys are hiding behind no formal charges being filed.
Todd Archer talks about the contingency plan at cornerback. But it's tough for Wade Phillips to look that far ahead. Heck, he didn't even know Pacman had a four-man security detail.
You may have heard about the "Fire Andy Reid" petition that's going around. Well, Bob Brookover is here to defend Reid.
Ashley Fox is writing about the Eagles' defense. Defensive coordinator Jim Johnson thinks the team's about to turn things around.
Former Eagles safety Michael Lewis will face his old team Sunday. He says he's moved on. And he's written some excellent books.
Here's yesterday's practice report from the incomparable Les Bowen.
Is it really a good idea for the Browns to be taunting Brandon Jacobs?
Funny that Jacobs makes fun of a player's grammar in Tom Rock's Newsday report.
Plax hasn't missed a step, according to this report in the Post.
It looks like Jason Taylor will be ready for the Rams game.
Rocky McIntosh doesn't feel compelled to say much -- or anything.
Jason La Canfora is talking about the Redskins' lack of sacks.
H.B. Blades has become a huge contributor for the Redskins.
My NFC East chat begins in two minutes.