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Todd Archer stops by the House of Blues to document the progress of Tony Romo's right pinkie.
Jean-Jacques Taylor thinks Wade Phillips should receive two weeks notice.
Gil LeBreton of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram makes some excellent points in a column about Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Jones has spent millions. But then again, that's what Jerry Jones does, isn't it? He is like the parent who can't discipline a problem child and, instead, buys the child a toy or gift in an effort to get him to behave.
Mac Engel has a report on Terence Newman's health.
Former Navy running back Kyle Eckel has signed on to play fullback for the Eagles.
In case you missed it Tuesday, here's what Les Bowen had to say about Joe Banner's recent interview with the team Web site.
Paul Domowitch has a good story on hometown kid Matt Ryan.
Ralph Vacchiano says the Giants are about to begin a "brutal" 10-game stretch. The teams remaining on the Giants' schedule are a combined 39-26.
Tom Rock of Newsday says it's time for some heavyweight matchups.
Paul Schwartz says we should savor the Giants-Steelers game. I plan to savor it by writing a 900-word column this afternoon.
In case you missed it, here's Vacchiano's look back the 49ers game.
After listening to Vinny Cerrato's new radio show, Jason La Canfora pounded out this story on Rock Cartwright's outstanding special teams play.
Jason Reid discusses the Redskins' vastly underrated offensive line, and then spends some time on Carlos Rogers.
Justin Tryon says the veteran cornerbacks are trying to point him in the right direction.