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Rich Gannon thinks Tony Romo is the best quarterback in the NFC East. Seriously.
Tony Romo was asked about The Breakup on Wednesday.
Albert Breer of Sporting News has an intriguing blog entry on Terence Newman.
Tim McMahon of DallasNews.com fame has a good report on the Cowboys' rookies.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had some interesting things to say to ESPN 103.3's Randy Galloway on Thursday.
Ray Buck takes a look at the Cowboys who are Hall of Fame worthy.
Marcus Spears avoided catfish this offseason, according to Jeff Kaplan of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The dean of Dallas-Fort Worth beat writers, Clarence E. Hill Jr. says Tony Romo and Roy Williams are starting to click.
Here's a report on the Jeff Lurie state-of-the-team address.
Lurie paid homage to safety Brian Dawkins. Here's Bob Brookover from the Inquirer with more details.
Juqua Parker and Todd Herremans weren't talking Wednesday, but Brian Westbrook did some running on the side.
Jeff Offord of the Burlington County Times has more on Westbrook.
Les Bowen says DeSean Jackson has been the best player on the field so far in camp.
Strong column from the Inquirer's Phil Sheridan today regarding the Juqua Parker arrest.
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News has been following the Eli Manning contract story.
Gary Myers of the Daily News thinks there might be five quarterbacks in the NFL better than Eli Manning.
Steve Politi of the Star-Ledger doesn't think the money will go Eli Manning's head.
Steve Serby of the Post says Manning will now face even higher expectations.
Mike Garafolo has a report on today's morning practice.
Remind me if you've heard this one before? Devin Thomas has a sore hamstring.
Ryan O'Halloran of the Washington Times is concerned about the Skins' offensive line.
Paul Tenorio from the Post knows this is a pivotal season for Carlos Rogers.
Matt Terl does an excellent job blogging and tweeting for redskins.com. I'd love to see the Skins give his blog a more prominent spot on the Web site. Here's his morning practice report.
Good little piece on the Post Web site about defensive lineman J.D. Skolnitsky. Not a household name, but he's doing his best.
I'm reviewing the transcript from Jim Zorn's news conference today. May have something on that a little later.