One mandatory mini-camp day in the books for all four NFC East teams. Here's what's being talked about on hump day in the NFL's most popular division:
Rookie fifth-round pick Danny Coale has himself a contract, but he says that didn't magically heal his broken foot so we're still waiting to find out if Coale can win the No. 3 receiver job in training camp. Of course, he's not the only rookie out of practice. They're still waiting on Morris Claiborne, Tyrone Crawford and Matt Johnson, too.
Jason Witten missed the start of the mandatory session at Valley Ranch because jury duty called.
Left tackle Will Beatty's eye is no longer an issue at all. The same cannot be said for his back. Something to watch.
David Diehl is saying all the right things in light of his DWI arrest over the weekend.
The Eagles say that in the red zone, it's about speed rather than size.
In his "RG3 Report," John Keim of the Washington Times notes that Robert Griffin is planning on getting together with his wide receivers between the end of mandatory mini-camp and the late-July start to training camp.
Tom Schad of the Washington Times writes that young Niles Paul is drawing comparisons to Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe. Oh, June....