Sunrise in the NFC East: The Division's Top Links on May 24, 2012
A lot going on today with all four teams in action again, so let's jump right into the top stories:
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News writes that despite the cap hit handed down by the league, the Cowboys should have financial flexibility after this season.
Rough story out of Giants' camp: cornerback Brian Witherspoon has torn his ACL for the second straight year. New York also lost Aaron Ross in the offseason, so it's not exactly a deep pool as a far as experience goes at corner. Lots of good notes at the link above from The Blue Screen's Ebenezer Samuel.
Hey, but at least the G-men have Justin Tryon back from a broken arm.
Here's a recap of the second day of OTAs in Philly from Geoff Mosher of DelawareOnline.com. Jeremy Maclin beat Nnamdi Asomugha on a bomb from Michael Vick. Don't you hate how every positive from a practice scrimmage inevitably has some negative?
Philly.com's Sheil Kapadia writes that, on average, Michael Vick misses 3.1 starts per year. That means there's a very good chance Mike Kafka and/or Trent Edwards will have to step in at some point this season, which is scary when every game is so crucial.
Despite the crowd at wide receiver, John Keim of the Washington Examiner writes that Santana Moss and Anthony Armstrong are looking to land bigger roles in the offense. That would seem to go against logic, but it's a whole new deal with Robert Griffin III in D.C.
Rich Tandler of CSN Washington breaks down the competition along the defensive line, where healthy ends Stephen Bowen and Jarvis Jenkins make things very interesting.
Kind of interesting: Robert Griffin III on playing with a gay teammate in high school.
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