Wednesday Beastlines

Dallas Cowboys

  • According to The Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have had discussions with former NFL coach Dan Reeves about joining the organization as a consultant. But will Jerry Jones listen?

  • Martellus Bennett may be in line for a fine from the team for a rap video he put out earlier this week.

New York Giants

  • Justin Tuck takes a now-and-then look at this year's Super Bowl as a spectator vs. last year as a participant.

  • In Tampa for Super Bowl festivities, Antonio Pierce says the 2008 season was a "missed opportunity" for the Giants.

Philadelphia Eagles

  • A week after losing Pat Shurmur to the St. Louis Rams, the Eagles now must replace Mark Whipple who was named the offensive coordinator at the University of Miami.

  • Cardinals cornerback Rod Hood, preparing for Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, talked about the controversial fourth-down play in the NFC Championship Game where he got tangled with Philadelphia receiver Kevin Curtis.

Washington Redskins

  • The Washington Post's Jason La Canfora offers an early analysis of what the Redskins might be looking at come draft time and how the rest of their personnel is shaping up for 2009.

  • In another sign of the times, the Redskins executed their second wave of layoffs this month.