Sunrise in the NFC East: The Division's Top Links on August 28, 2012
In today's top NFC East links, we have some important injury updates out of New York, a ton of roster analysis in Dallas and Philadelphia and some breaking news out of Washington.
Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News breaks down Monday's cuts, the most notable of which was the release of Raymond Radway.
From Carlos Mendez of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Jason Hatcher says we won't know how good the Cowboys defense is until they begin actually game-planning for opponents.
Jean-Jacques Taylor from ESPNDallas.com says the injured Jay Ratliff is replaceable. Dallas has two very talented youngsters in Sean Lissemore and Josh Brent, and both are ready to step up.
ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon has his latest 53-man roster projections. Notable omissions include Andre Holmes and Matt Johnson.
ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk reports that Terrell Thomas plans to start running this week but wonders if that'll be enough to get him on the 53-man roster Friday.
From Mark Hale of the New York Post: It's disconcerting that Osi Umenyiora missed practice Monday with swelling in his knee.
Jorge Castillo and Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger report that safety Tyler Sash's four-game suspension has been upheld. Sash met with commissioner Roger Goodell yesterday, to no avail.
From Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly: Michael Vick says he doesn't think he's injury prone.
Also from Mosher: The recently demoted Brian Rolle remains confident he'll get his starting spot back.
From Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer: Time is running out for Mike Kafka, who might have to play in the preseason finale in order to make the final roster.
One day after stating he was "excited to have the opportunity," Graham Gano has been released and the Redskins have signed Billy Cundiff to kick for them, according to Mark Maske and Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
Mike Shanahan on Gano Monday, via Rich Campbell of the Washington Times: "Graham won the statistical battle in practice and in games and that's why he's on the team."
In his final roster projections, Keith McMillan of the Washington Post has Brandon Banks making the team over Aldrick Robinson.
From CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir: Jammal Brown recently underwent surgery on his knee. Sure hope Tyler Polumbus is ready to go.
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