Sunrise in the NFC East: The Division's Top Links on June 26, 2012
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Running a little late this morning due to some technical difficulties, but there's actually quite a lot of quality out there today, at least considering it's June. Let's jump right in.
Michael Irvin found an odd way to connect LeBron James finally winning a title to the pressure on Tony Romo. Irvin claims that James winning has put a "noose" around Romo's neck, per the Dallas Morning News.
Here we go with the elite quarterback debate again. In response to Jason Witten claiming Romo is elite, Clark Judge of CBSSports.com says Romo isn't because he hasn't won "big games."
Marcus Spears notes that the stars might finally be aligned for DeMarcus Ware to break the single-season sack record, via SportsDayDFW.com.
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Ray Didinger of CSN Philly lists several Eagles, including David Akers, who should have their numbers retired.
As Philly.com's Sheil Kapadia shines light on in his "Eagles numbers that matter," it's easy to forget how good Antonio Dixon was two years ago. He's healthy again now and buried on the deepest depth chart in football.
The Washington Post has the details on Robert Griffin III being the alleged target of an extortion plot. Honestly, it's not as wild and exciting as you're probably expecting it to be.
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