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.