Let's go around the division to see what's happening this morning:
Dez Bryant is getting closer to returning to the practice field, according to ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon.
Jerry Jones wants Bill Parcells to see Cowboys Stadium in person, writes DallasNews.com's Todd Archer.
Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram says Jay Ratliff has emerged as an off-the-field leader.
Dallas Morning News sidebar specialist Gerry Fraley says the Cowboys will play it close to the vest Saturday night.
Paul Domowitch of the Daily News says the owners have the most to gain from an 18-game regular-season schedule, which may have something to do with them constantly pushing that agenda.
Bob Ford of the Inquirer is trying to crunch the numbers at linebacker.
Les Bowen says there are jobs at stake in tonight's preseason tilt with the Chiefs.
Les will have his eye on Todd Herremans and Mike Bell this evening.
Jonathan Tamari of the Inquirer offers this preview for tonight's game.
Rhett Bomar has closed the gap on Jim Sorgi, according to the Daily News.
Kevin Boss spoke to New York's 1050 ESPN about his training camp.
Brian Lewis seems to indicate that Sinorice Moss is in denial about the possibility of losing his roster spot.
Defensive tackle Jay Alford is pushing his surgically repaired knee to the limit, writes the Star-Ledgers' mad tweeter Mike Garafolo.
Lorenzo Alexander says that Clinton Portis is taking his job seriously under the Mike Shanahan regime.
Safeties Reed Doughty and Chris Horton have been through a lot together during a relatively short period of time.
Some interesting thoughts from Trevor Pryce on the Shanahan-Albert Haynesworth feud.