ESPN Insider Ed Werder weighs in on Doug Free's situation with the Cowboys in this ESPNDallas podcast.
Calvin Watkins revisits the sad case of former Cowboys receiver Sam Hurd, who is awaiting sentencing after buying cocaine and marijuana from an undercover police officer.
Former Michigan State running Le'Veon Bell was impressed after visiting with the Cowboys.
New York Giants
Justin Tuck says that losing defensive end Osi Umenyiora to free agency will be a "huge burden," according to ESPNNewYork's Ohm Youngmisuk. Tuck also talked about Victor Cruz and how he hopes the free-agent receiver participates in voluntary offseason workouts on Monday.
Paul Schwartz of the N.Y. Post writes that it's hard for Cruz to realize that he is not worth as much as he thinks he's worth.
The Eagles traded backup running back Dion Lewis to the Cleveland Browns for linebacker Emmanuel Acho. Les Bowen of Philly.com offers some thoughts.
Chip Kelly is already starting to clean house; he cut four players less than two weeks after the start of the offseason workout program.
Rex Grossman admits that running the option for him is, well, not an option.
Pierre Garcon says he'll be ready to start the season but added that "I can't say I'll be 100 percent, but I'll be back to there helping the team in any way possible."
Mike Jones of the Washington Post offers an update on safety Jordan Bernstine, who missed most of his rookie season after injuring his knee in last season's opener.