Let's take a look at some of the top headlines from around the NFC East this morning:
Right tackle Marc Colombo just needed to get out there and "thud" some folks, according to ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins and Tim MacMahon.
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News has another report on Colombo's return. The right tackle vows to "change people's minds."
Jerry Jones doesn't see a "pattern" developing with that infamous final play of the first half against the Redskins, writes Clarence E. Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Neil Hayes of the Chicago Sun-Times says that all eyes will be on Tony Romo after what he did in Chicago in '07.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz blamed himself for a goal-line failure against the Lions, according to Michael Wright.
Jim Mora tells Paul Domowitch from the Daily News that he could see a scenario in which Michael Vick takes over as the full-time starter.
The Vick-Kolb debate is overshadowing the Ernie Sims homecoming angle, but the Inquirer's Bob Ford is trying to do his part.
A football clock management expert talks to the Daily News' Rich Hofmann about Andy Reid's approach in the fourth quarter against the Packers.
Reuben Frank says that rookie Brandon Graham's already chipping in off the field.
Vince Masi says that Eli Manning has the upper hand on his brother in September.
Starting center Shaun O'Hara couldn't make it through practice Thursday and wide receiver Hakeem Nicks also sat this one out, according to Paul Schwartz.
Hank Gola of the Daily News says that defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and middle linebacker Jonathan Goff have been scheming for Peyton Manning.
Rick Maese has Mike Shanahan's vague comments regarding Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson. And Shanahan has to be vague at this point.
Jason Reid drops an interesting little nugget into this Devin Thomas blog entry.
Nice to see Clinton Portis and Albert Haynesworth working together in the locker room.