Here's a quick look at the headlines from around the division Friday:
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News says Jerry Jones should take a receiver early in the draft to complement the team's already-talented corp of wideouts.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com reports the Cowboys are denying rumors they are shopping starting running back Marion Barber.
USC safety Taylor Mays, a possible first-round pick for Dallas, may be too big for the position, Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News writes.
ESPNNewYork.com has an interesting take on who owns New York: The Giants or Jets?
Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News writes free agent safety Deon Grant will serve as insurance for Kenny Phillips. The Giants signed Grant to a one-year deal.
Meanwhile, Grant says he felt "destined" to be a Giant after New York wooed him three years ago, according to Mike Garafolo of the The Star-Ledger.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the Eagles are shipping cornerback Sheldon Brown and linebacker Chris Gocong to the Cleveland Browns.
Nick Fierro from the Morning Call says former quarterback Warren Moon is shocked by how the Eagles are handling Donovan McNabb's possible trade.
The Eagles did sign an extension for their longtime team president, Joe Banner.
NFL.com speculates on which quarterback the Redskins may take will take with their first-round pick. They are also reporting Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen will spend two days visiting with the team.
Reid also reports that Tennessee safety Eric Berry previewed the new Redskins defense after a visit with the team.