Lurie Wasn't Sure About Castillo in the First Place, and More NFC East News
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has admitted that he had reservations about turning offensive line coach Juan Castillo into the team's defensive coordinator prior to the 2011 season, but he left the decision to Andy Reid.
Lurie also said Tuesday the decision to fire Castillo was completely in Reid's hands, per Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News.
Regardless of what 'P' word you use, the reality is that Reid is likely considering the ultimatum he received from Lurie prior to the season.
Here's what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division...
From Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Jerry Jones says the Cowboys are still championship contenders.
From ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon: Trent Dilfer has come down hard on Tony Romo for his decision to throw a short pass in the middle of the field late in Sunday's game.
From Newsday's Tom Rock: Ahmad Bradshaw has reinvented himself as a battering ram.
From PhillyMag.com's Sheil Kapadia: Andy Reid still won't commit to Michael Vick.
Also from Kapadia: Expect some tweaks to the defensive scheme under new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles.
From Mike Jones of the Washington Post: The offensive line is exceeding expectations thus far.
Must-read: Awesome oral history of Robert Griffin III's 76-yard touchdown run, produced by the Washington Post.
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