Dallas Cowboys Reportedly Won't Join Redskins Lawsuit, and More NFC East News

Brad Gagnon NFL National ColumnistFebruary 27, 2013

CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 09: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones looks on before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 9, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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It's still not clear whether or not the Washington Redskins will attempt to take the NFL to court in an attempt to get back some or all of the $18 million in cap space they've been docked by the league. But it appears that if the Redskins fight, their divisional peers from Dallas won't be joining them.

Citing a source, ESPN's Ed Werder reports that the Cowboys are staying out of it.

The Cowboys were only docked $10 million over two years, which is $26 million less than Washington was forced to sacrifice. With half of those totals down the drain, it seems the 'Boys realize it isn't worth taking such a drastic measure over $5 million.


On to what else is being talked about in the NFC East...

Dallas Cowboys

From Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News: Might the Cowboys be interested in Steve Breaston?

From ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins: Anthony Spencer's agent is in touch with the team.


New York Giants

From Newsday's Tom Rock: David Diehl realizes he could be next on the chopping block.

From ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk: The Giants-Manti Te'o connection is fading.


Philadelphia Eagles

A report from WIP's Hollis Thomas claims Nnamdi Asomugha would eat lunches in his car last season. Are we really that deep into the offseason already?

From Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer: I guess it should surprise nobody that Chip Kelly is lauding Oregon outside linebacker Dion Jordan.


Washington Redskins

From Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio: Fred Davis has received medical clearance to resume running. 

ESPN.com's Dan Graziano looks at potential cap cuts in D.C.