Let's take a quick look at the top storylines from around the division this morning:
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News spoke with Jerry Jones about his inactivity in free agency.
Jan Hubbard of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says that Jones wants to build a swimming pool at Cowboys Stadium. Seriously.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com has the latest on Martellus Bennett's recent complaints.
Les Bowen of the Daily News has a story on Jason Avant's new contract. I had no idea that Rodney Harrison had such an influence on Avant.
Jeff McLane of the Inquirer explains the restructuring of Stacy Andrews' contract.
Reuben Frank offers his take on the release of Reggie Brown.
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News says New York whiffed on a kickoff specialist.
Vinny DiTrani of Bergen County fame says the Giants will pass on Jim Sorgi -- for now.
Here is Mike Garafolo's take on Fred Robbins signing with the Rams.
DeAngelo Hall told ESPN's "First Take" that he's excited about the direction of the franchise. Nice of him to refer to his former teammates as "dead weight."
Rick Maese, who does a really nice job for the Post, talks about Andre Carter's transition to a 3-4 linebacker. It could be a struggle.
Jason Reid of the Post reports that nose tackle Maake Kemoeatu will be at Redskins Park today.