Breakfast links: Giants add a receiver

Dallas Cowboys

Blogging the Boys takes an in-depth look at the game Sean Lee played Sunday and the reasons he's emerged as the team's top inside linebacker.

It sounds as though the Cowboys could be contemplating a change at left guard for Sunday, as Derrick Dockery got some first-team reps along with rookie Bill Nagy, who started Week 1. Nagy is listed on the injury report with a neck injury.

New York Giants

Ralph Vacchiano writes that the Giants' signing of receiver Brandon Stokley has everything to do with their lack of production from slot receivers and nothing to do with Hakeem Nicks' injury.

Some good injury news for the Giants for a change, as rookie cornerback Prince Amukamara is no longer in a walking boot and working his way back as quickly as he can from his foot injury.

Philadelphia Eagles

Michael Vick spoke of the lessons he took from Sunday's game in St. Louis, including one about energy drinks right before the game. Turns out he was jittery and won't be drinking any more of those pregame.

In this notebook, Eagles rookie punter Chas Henry says he has room for improvement, and 2010 first-round defensive end Brandon Graham says he's hoping to be back in time for the Dallas game in Week 7.

Washington Redskins

If you thought Rex Grossman used a lot of different receiving options Sunday, you're right, and Rick Maese says don't expect that to change.

Two of those options are likely to remain the same every week, though -- tight ends Chris Cooley and Fred Davis, who excel by creating mismatches, says Rich Campbell.