Let's take a quick look around the division to see what's happening this morning:
Stop me if you've heard this one before. Quincy Carter's attempting another comeback.
Gerry Fraley of DallasNews.com has crunched some numbers to find out the Cowboys struggle against four-wide receiver sets.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com has an excellent item on how the Don Coryell offense was passed down to Jason Garrett.
In Watkins' ongoing NFC East Beat Writers series, he talks to the Inquirer's Jeff McLane about the Eagles. Good information here.
Former NFL scout Bryan Broaddus breaks down the cornerback position for the Cowboys.
Here's a transcript of a good interview with Alan Ball.
It looks like Cowboys Stadium will host some World Cup matches in either 2018 or 2022.
Les Bowen of the Daily News thinks the Eagles should stand by Michael Vick.
Nick Fierro of The Morning Call says it's time for Vick to go.
The Eagles aren't going to abandon Vick, writes Jeff McLane of the Inquirer.
Moving The Chains has a good video series on the Eagles' running backs.
Center Shaun O'Hara talks about how the O-line is responding to last season's swoon.
The son of Giants great Phil Simms was arrested Thursday morning.
So what do you guys think about Vincent Jackson possibly coming to Washington?
Now that we know about Jackson's suspension, I wonder if it will change anything.
Andre Carter certainly had some interesting things to say about Albert Haynesworth.
Bobby Taylor has taken five seasons off, but now he's ready for a comeback. Seriously.