- Dan Graziano, ESPN Staff Writer
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PHOENIX -- Big morning here at the NFL owners meetings. It's the NFC coaches' breakfast, which means each of our division's four coaches will be available for an hour this morning here at the Arizona Biltmore. Only problem is that the availability is simultaneous. So I'm going to do what I did last year and spend exactly 15 minutes at each NFC East coach's table. It's only fair. I'll update you on the interesting stuff I learn. Meantime, have some links.
The Cowboys will get an early start on training camp because they're playing in the Aug. 4 Hall of Fame game, and Jason Garrett thinks that will help the team with the transition from a 3-4 defense to Monte Kiffin's 4-3.
John Mara thinks the most important thing for the Giants to improve in this coming season is play on the lines -- offensive and defensive. They've already addressed the defensive line with Cullen Jenkins, but it remains to be seen how they will structure their offensive line for the 2013 season and beyond.
The Redskins continue to hope to reach a new deal with tight end Fred Davis, but they like having depth at the tight end position, and Bruce Allen tells Rich Campbell that Chris Cooley is still an option if he doesn't find work elsewhere.