Thursday, March 18, 2010
Around the NFC East: 'Boys in the middle
By ESPN.com staff
Cowboys-related issues will be a big part of the owners' meetings, including a possible "Flozell Adams rule" and a vote on the height of the scoreboard, reports The Dallas Morning News.
Cornerback Orlando Scandrick is very happy with the Cowboys' performance-based pay system that has earned him almost half a million dollars in the past two years, Todd Archer of the DMN writes.
New York Giants
Quarterback Eli Manning traded in his helmet for a hard hat and took a tour of the new Meadowlands.
Punter Jeff Feagles and the Giants are locked in a contract standoff, according to the Star-Ledger's Mike Garafolo.
In the wake of critical comments made by Jets owner Woody Johnson of commissioner Roger Goodell, both New York teams are in damage control to avoid losing their bid to host the Super Bowl in 2014.
Newly-acquired defensive end Daryll Tapp has signed a three-year contract with the Eagles.
The Philadelphia Inquirer's Ashley Fox says the Eagles held onto Shawn Andrews "longer than they should have."
The Redskins have thrown their hat in the Tim Tebow private workout sweepstakes. The Sporting News reports Tebow will visit Washington and four other teams in the coming weeks.
The Washington Post's Jason Reid reports coach Mike Shanahan is very pleased he had 100 percent attendance for the start of the offseason conditioning program.