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Around the NFC East: Media Links Roundup
- Updated: July 2, 2014
Around the NFC East: Media Links Roundup
The following is a collection of news stories (LINKS) from the four teams in the NFC East. To visit the link just simply click the first part of each listing (Links will be underlined). This posting is an easy way to see what’s going on around the NFC East without having to follow other teams beat writers to stay informed. Enjoy!
New York Giants News
Charles Way will join the NFL office as the head of its Player Engagement Department
Big Blue Morning: Left defensive end – NFC East Blog – ESPN
But what about the other defensive end spot? The one Justin Tuck used to play? Tuck is an Oakland Raider now, and the competition for the starting spot opposite Pierre-Paul is wide open. The candidates are veteran Mathias Kiwanuka, free-agent signee Robert Ayers and 2013 third-round pick Damontre Moore.
“Intelligence, he’s got that,” Giants wide receivers coach Sean Ryan said last week. “For me, the battle with him is consistency, and I think he’s addressed it in this offseason in the way he approaches his job. I’ve seen a difference in his seriousness towards his work. This spring, I thought he was locked in. I thought he did a good job learning the new offense. Like I said, he’s got some football intelligence to him. Things come to him. He sees things pretty well. But I thought he really worked hard at being locked into the meetings and on the field as well. I noticed a difference in him.”
20 Questions in 20 Days: Starting DE?
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Which Giant is next Face of the Franchise?
In an article posted to NFL.com this week, Brooks names Giants Pro Bowl Safety Antrel Rolle as the next face of the franchise. “The Pro Bowl selection has become the defensive leader of the G-Men by being a consistent performer in the backend. He led the team in tackles one season ago while also notching six interceptions and two sacks.”
Philadelphia Eagles News
Eagles Announce Training Camp Dates
The Philadelphia Eagles announced their training camp schedule today, which begins with all players reporting to the NovaCare Complex on Friday, July 25. This year’s training camp features three open practices, including one on Sunday, August 10 at historic Franklin Field, the home of the Eagles from 1958-70.
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Eagles Hopeful Safety In Solid Shape
It isn’t like the Eagles have ignored the deep secondary for all of these years. They’ve used high draft picks. They’ve added pieces in free agency. They’ve mixed and matched and paired player combinations. And yet the safety spots have largely been patchwork, although to be fair it’s worth noting that Nate Allen has started 54 games in four seasons, lending some stability to the position. Otherwise, the names have come and gone.
Five Things To Watch: Games 1-4
When the 2014 NFL schedule was released in April, many Eagles fans were excited to see the Jaguars as the first opponent to come to Lincoln Financial Field, feeling like it would be a great opportunity for the Eagles to get things started on the right foot. It’s hard to fault fans for thinking that way, as Jacksonville hasn’t finished a season with a winning record since 2007. Head coach Gus Bradley’s team won just four games in 2013, but all four wins came in the second half of the season, which included a three-game winning streak.
Chip Kelly not like Fred Flintstone – NFC East Blog – ESPN
“I mean, I’ll go home and see my family and spend some time with them, but I mean, I don’t look at this as I need a break from what we’ve just done,” Kelly told reporters. “I mean, this is our life choice and we enjoy it, so it’s not like I can’t wait for — this isn’t like Fred Flintstone with the Yabba Dabba Doo and we’re trying to get out of work. It’s another day, and we’ll finish up with some different things before we get some time off. But I think anybody that’s in our situation that coaches isn’t like, I can’t wait to get out of there. I think most of them can’t wait to get back in there.”
Training camp is slightly more than three weeks away and the Philadelphia Eagles don’t have a No. 1 kick returner. Actually, they’re not
Was that physical transformation natural or the result of performance-enhancing drugs? This is more than a theoretical matter for the Eagles. They drafted Johnson based on his size and his physical skills. At the scouting combine last year, Johnson ran a 4.75-yard 40-yard dash, an excellent time for a man of his size. The Eagles drafted him fourth, which meant a contract worth almost $20 million, including a signing bonus of $12 million.
Dallas Cowboys News
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The team carried four tight ends last season.
IRVING, Texas – When Jason Garrett said goodbye to us all after the Dallas Cowboys’ minicamp ended on June 19, he was asked about the stat
IRVING, Texas — When it comes to ranking quarterbacks, the debates can be endless and sometimes pointless, but Mike Sando took the question to people
ESPN talked to 26 NFL insiders and asked them to rate all the starting QBs in the league. See what they had to say about Tony Romo.
Fox Sports came up with a “Likability” power ranking for NFL teams. Lots of people like the Cowboys, everybody hates the Eagles and Redskins, and nobody cares about the Giants either way.
The Dallas Cowboys have two on their roster, veteran L.P. Ladouceur and rookie Casey Kreiter. When the team gathers in Oxnard, Calif., for the start of training camp July 22, the snappers will likely go unnoticed by the fans.
From Yahoo Sports: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Baltimore Ravens’ Ronaldo McClain, who sat out the 2013 NFL season, to the Dallas Cowboys along with a swap of draft picks.
Washington Redskins News
Chris Samuels Named Best Pick Of 2000 NFL Draft
With six Pro Bowls and multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons happening under his protection, Redskins legend Chris Samuels was named best pick of the 2000 NFL Draft.
ESPN.com Redskins reporter John Keim talks about tight end Jordan Reed’s work ethic and intent on improving.
RGIII has been posting videos of him jumping over hurdles, then launching footballs at targets, and later lifting large amounts of weight with his shoulders. Watch them here.
We will be featuring a different Washington Redskins player each day on this list, staying away from rookies or some second-year players still finding
BY MARK BULLOCK
Morgan Moses knew what he had to do shortly after arriving in Washington. And the point was driven home whenever he faced the veterans. The 6-foot-8
Count former Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs among those who has no problem with the team’s name.
NFL News From Around the League
Warren Sapp Stiffs Waitress For Calling Him And His Friends “Boys”
Pictures of restaurant bills showing rich and famous people to be terrible tippers are often hoaxes, but here’s one left by Warren Sap that we know for sure is real, because Sapp himself admitted to stiffing the waitress.
Making The Leap, No. 7: Broncos’ Montee Ball – NFL.com
The Denver Broncos have installed Montee Ball as their starting running back entering the 2014 season. The Around The League team believes the second-year player will seize the opportunity.
Five takeaways from ‘The Top 100 Players of 2014′ – NFL.com
Players 11 through 20 were revealed on Wednesday night’s episode on “The Top 100 Players of 2014,” including J.J. Watt and Marshawn Lynch. Who do we think will fall on the list next year?
Chris Johnson doesn’t expect to be part of time share – NFL.com
Chris Johnson doesn’t put much stock in the talk the New York Jets will use a backfield-by-committee approach this season. Johnson told Around The League all he needs is an opportunity.
Kiko Alonso suffers torn ACL, likely to miss Bills’ season – NFL.com
The Buffalo Bills’ defense took a major blow Wednesday when the team announced Kiko Alonso likely will miss the 2014 season because of a torn left ACL.
Jimmy Graham deemed tight end in system arbitration – NFL.com
The decision in Jimmy Graham’s system arbitration is out: the New Orleans Saints player is, in fact, a tight end.