Monday Beastlines: It's all here
May, 24, 2010
By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com
I'm headed out to Valley Ranch for Cowboys organized team activities, but I wanted to leave you with a few headlines from around the NFC East:
- Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com says that cornerback Mike Jenkins has shown a lot of maturity this offseason.
- Watkins also reports that wide receiver Patrick Crayton is skipping OTAs again this week.
- I'd like for you guys to meet Dez Bryant's mentor/landlord. Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News has the definitive story on ex-bail bondsman David Wells. And if anyone knows how I can get into the bail bonds profession...
- Charles Barkley tells ESPN 103.3 FM Dallas-Fort Worth that golf actually helps Tony Romo prepare for football season.
- Jonathan Tamari from the Inquirer has the latest on Marlin Jackson's return from an ACL tear.
- Center A.Q. Shipley pays the Eagles' coaching staff a compliment.
- Jeff Offord of the Burlington County Times says that Nate Allen's a better tackler than his reputation suggests.
- Mike Lupica says we shouldn't worry about the weather with the Jets-Giants Super Bowl bid.
- Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger reports that Aaron Ross is happy to return to cornerback.
- Barry Cofield talks about almost becoming a Saint.
- Last Thursday, Sally Jenkins of the Post had a really thoughtful column on the ethical and moral dilemmas of this HGH controversy.
- Thomas Boswell of the Post has some thoughts on Santana Moss.
- Michael Wilbon says that Washington could potentially have four superstars in the area.