Programming note: 'NFL Insiders'

We have a new TV show here on ESPN called "NFL Insiders." It airs at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN, and my own personal debut on the show will be this afternoon -- just a few hours from now, along with Ed Werder, Suzy Kolber and former Browns GM Phil Savage. We're working on getting the show together now, and it's a fluid process, since part of the point of the show is to break and react to news as it happens. But some of the NFC East storylines you're likely to see if you tune in between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. ET include:

  • The relationship between Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Robert Griffin III as they continue to work to manage Griffin's recovery from his January knee surgery.

  • Wide receiver Pierre Garcon, his decision not to have surgery to repair his injured foot and its potential impact on the Redskins' offense.

  • Where things stand and what's important in the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback battle.

  • The difficulty and significance of the transition the Eagles are trying to make on defense in a short period of time, and whether their performance in their preseason opener against New England is cause for concern.

  • The state of the New York Giants' running game as David Wilson and Andre Brown work to replace Ahmad Bradshaw's running and, perhaps more importantly, his ability as a pass protector.

  • What the Dallas Cowboys' new defensive coaches are doing in practice to try and make the forcing of turnovers a bigger priority for the players than it has been in recent years.

So tune in, please. It should be fun.