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Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News reports on the latest Pacman Jones news. Jones met with reporters after hosting sponsors at a practice-field luncheon. That's right, there was a carving station, a chef and two waiters standing next to the Cowboys' practice field.
As Mac Engel reports in the Star-Telegram, Wade Phillips is pleased with the Cowboys' pass rush. But John Madden has other thoughts.
Dallas Morning News NBA guru is covering the Redskins this week. He has a story on how Santana Moss has tortured the Cowboys over the years.
Randy Galloway of ESPN 103.3 FM and the Star-Telegram says the Cowboys only hope is Tony Romo.
Archer says it's time for the Romo-to-Williams Show to debut.
Donovan McNabb spent part of his offseason counseling the receiver formerly known as Chad Johnson.
The Inquirer columnists get together to compile an Eagles "disaster" list.
Is Donovan McNabb really a clutch quarterback?
Well, at least the Eagles have some good stats.
Some solid commentary from Les Bowen earlier in the week.
Kristie Ackert says the Giants have a lot of respect for Ravens rookie Joe Flacco.
Mike Garafolo says it will be important to put pressure on the rookie.
Vic Ziegel says the Giants come up big every week.
Even though he calls me "Mark" every time we cross paths, Tom Rock does a really nice job covering the Giants. Here's a good one on linebacker Chase Blackburn.
Giants linebacker Danny Clark tries his hand at blogging.
Mike Puma says Plaxico Burress is looking forward to a breakout performance.
I'm sure DeAngelo Hall is enjoying his work as the "jammer" on the punt unit.
Jason Reid says Jason Campbell can make himself some money this season.
David Elfin gives the interior of the Redskins' offensive line some credit.
Will we see Malcolm Kelly on the field soon?