Sunrise in the NFC East: The Division's Top Links on July 5, 2012
Hope everyone enjoyed their Independence Day. Now, back to procrastinating in your office while reading about the Cowboys, Giants, Eagles and Redskins.
Today's top links in the NFC East:
Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com thinks the odds are "weak" that Anthony Spencer gets a new deal before the franchise player deadline later this month.
Playing "Buy, Hold or Sell" with five Cowboys stocks, Brad Austin of The Landry Hat would buy Rob Ryan and Doug Free. Both, he states or implies, were essentially in over their heads last year. I agree.
From Paul Schwartz of the New York Post: Former Giants coach Ray Perkins thinks Tom Coughlin's "got another 15, 20 years in him." That would make Coughlin the oldest head coach in NFL history by a long shot. At this point, I'd be surprised if he stuck around past 2015.
Former Giants running back Derrick Ward has retired. Ward had over 1,000 yards on only 182 carries in 2008 before getting big bucks in free agency, but he never even hit the 500-yard mark the rest of his career.
Dave Spadaro of PhiladelphiaEagles.com has four things the Eagles need to do to keep Michael Vick healthy in 2012, starting with more max-protect schemes. He also notes that Philly needs to run the ball in the classic sense more often, which I agree with. The problem is that they'll need someone to emerge to complement LeSean McCoy.
Eagles owners Jeffrey and Christina Lurie are getting divorced, but they say they'll continue to work together as partners.
Sports Illustrated tabs Josh Morgan as the Redskins' player to watch at training camp. I think Jarvis Jenkins has to be a top guy to keep an eye on, too.
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