Sunrise in the NFC East: The Division's Top Links on June 12, 2012
After three weeks of voluntary organized team activities, things get kicked up a notch today as all four NFC East squads kick off their three-day mandatory practice sessions, better known as minicamps. Before the 360-odd NFC East players take the field to start that last batch of offseason practices, here's what's being talked about in the NFL's most popular division:
When you only make $1.052 million, you really can't afford to be docked $60,000 merely to send a message. That's probably why disgruntled Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins is expected to be in attendance today at Valley Ranch. Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com notes that Jenkins could become a slot corner now.
After being charged with DWI, David Diehl has apologized for his "poor decision." Man, this would give the team a nice excuse to cut one of its weakest links, but the Giants still have a weak line in terms of depth, so they just can't afford to lose the veteran Diehl.
Paul Tierney of Giants 101 has an in-depth look at the linebacker position heading into minicamp.
Michael Vick had some interesting things to say in a radio interview with Mike Missanelli on 97.5 The Fanatic yesterday, stating that Jeremy Maclin and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie have stood out in practice and declaring that his low ranking on the NFL Network's top-100 list is "a joke."
More from Rosenthal, who makes an interesting argument that Robert Griffin III is this generation's Brett Favre.
(Above photo from The Daily Mail, via Twitter)
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