Let's take a quick look at what's going on around the division this morning:
Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com has his 53-man roster projection. And a veteran kicker is the 53rd man on the list.
Calvin Watkins from ESPNDallas.com has five "random thoughts" heading into training camp.
Jan Hubbard of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says safety Alan Ball is no shrinking violet.
Kicker David Buehler told 103.3 ESPN's "Galloway and Company" that he could beat Patrick Crayton in a foot race.
The Cowboys caught a break with Johnny Jolly's one-year suspension, according to DallasNews.com blogger Gerry Fraley.
Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Star-Telegram is worried about the Cowboys' preseason travel itinerary.
Mike Jensen of the Inquirer has an interesting story on Howie Roseman's tireless pursuit of a career in the NFL.
Reuben Frank writes that tight end Cornelius Ingram is taking a very optimistic approach to his comeback from a knee injury.
So when are the Eagles going to sign their top two draft picks?
Paul Schwartz of the Post had an interesting discussion with Michael Strahan about leadership. In some ways, Strahan sort of called out his pal Justin Tuck.
In case you missed it, the Giants signed Adam Jennings to possibly replace Domenik Hixon as a special teams ace.
Ohm Youngmisuk from ESPNNewYork.com has more on the Jennings signing.
Donovan McNabb is hosting some of his new teammates for "Hell Week," according to Rick Maese.
Wow, Jason Reid of the Post is touting Clinton Portis for comeback player of the year -- in July.
Rick Maese of the Post says that Colt Brennan will also attend "Hell Week." Very smart move for the fringe quarterback to attach himself to Donovan McNabb this offseason.