Tight end Jason Witten defends Tony Romo, saying the quarterback is "really being a leader and taking this opportunity [to organize team workouts] to leave his stamp on our team."
While there has been a lot of talk of the Cowboys getting together to train as a team during the lockout, nothing has happened yet.
New York Giants
General manager Jerry Reese has his eyes on Clint Sintim as someone who can really help New York's defense. Reese: "I think he needs to grow up and play like a second-round player that we think he is and give us that value and step in there and show us that he can be a starter for us and play quality football for us."
Reese admitted that he's had to change his thinking entering the draft because of the lockout.
Paul Domowitch says it's more likely the Eagles will trade down from their current first-round draft slot (No. 23) than trade up, which is something the team has made a habit of doing in recent years.
Troy Vincent will be the Eagles' representative to announce the team's second-round pick at next week's draft.
Quarterback John Beck is doing what he can to be "the guy" for Washington in 2011.
You think you have an idea who the Redskins are going to take with their first-round pick next week? Hold on a second.