Welcome to June. The Giants and Eagles are finishing up OTA work on this rainy (at least in Toronto) Friday, while the Cowboys and Redskins are off for a long weekend. We have some good analytical content in store for our coverage of all four teams today. But first, TGIFL...
Unfortunately for Mike Jenkins, there's no way—barring injury, of course—that he'll have a chance to win a starting job this summer, via ESPNDallas.com.
We have an actual newsworthy development in the Osi Umenyiora saga, as Umenyiora has fired his agent, Tony Agnone. "I have no agent currently," he wrote in an email to the Newark Star-Ledger, "and I'm not really looking for one." This isn't the first time Umenyiora has fired an agent, but I don't see it helping his cause.
The story of undrafted rookie Jake Muasau (per AZCentral.com), who not long ago was living in a van, is one that will make you root for him to earn a roster spot.
Hakeem Nicks is saying he'll play in the opener against Dallas, according to the New York Post, but Nicks lacks a medical degree, so don't get your hopes up based on that alone.
The Eagles can use as much quarterback depth as possible, which is why it's a bit odd that they don't seem to be giving Trent Edwards much of a chance to shine early this offseason, per Philly.com.
Rich Hofmann of the Philadelphia Daily News looks at the Eagles' stacked defensive line and its general, Jim Washburn.
Robert Griffin III is getting more comfortable and improving his relationships with his teammates and his coach, according to the Washington Post. I'm going to just stop saying it's early, because we're all well aware of that fact at this point.
For every no-sack victory, RG3 will be cooking his offensive linemen beignets, via CSNWashington.com.
(Above image courtesy of Shipley Do-nuts.)
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