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You may or may not recall that shot of someone wiping Jerry Jones' glasses for him during last Wednesday's season-opener against the Giants. NBC caught it and the video went viral.

Turns out that was Jones' son-in-law, and he's now using the strange moment to raise money for the Salvation Army. Now, by going to DallasCowboys.com, you can have your very own Jerry Wipe for just $2.99.

"I wasn't in this to make any money," Jones' son-in-law, Shy Anderson, told ESPNDallas.com on Wednesday. "This has gone crazy and I just cleaned my father-in-law's glasses and it's taken to the water cooler."

Only the Cowboys would find the marketing side of this, but at least it's for charity.

Here's what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division:

 

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From Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News: Jason Witten is close to being back to his normal self.

Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram notes that this is Tony Romo's first game in Seattle since 2006, when he botched a hold on a crucial field goal in the playoffs.

 

New York Giants

From Kieran Darcy of ESPNNewYork.com: No one knows who's going to start at left tackle for the Giants. 

From Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News: Tom Coughlin says rookie David Wilson is "a little out of the doghouse."

 

Philadelphia Eagles

From PhillyMag.com's Sheil Kapadia: Jeremy Maclin still isn't practicing but also hasn't been ruled out of Sunday's game. He's nursing a hip injury.

CBSSports.com's Jason Butt reports that in order for Baltimore to prepare for the Eagles, Tyrod Taylor is playing Michael Vick's role in practice.

 

Washington Redskins

Pierre Garcon missed Wednesday's practice for the Redskins due to a foot injury, and his status is very much a mystery according to Tarik El-Bashir of the CSN Washington.

Andrew Walker of Redskins.com doesn't expect Ryan Kerrigan to suffer from a sophomore slump. Kerrigan was one of the best players on the field in Washington's opener.

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