Thursday, May 20, 2010
Beastlines: No playoffs for Eagles?
By ESPN.com staff
Wide receiver Roy Williams says he's determined to turn around his career in Dallas. The Cowboys would like Williams to "play a little lower" this season.
Undersized free safety Alan Ball could be a liability against the run on most defenses, but the strength of Dallas' front seven makes that less of a concern.
New York Giants
Defensive end Justin Tuck said his shoulder is "improving just about every day" and that he expects to be ready to go for training camp.
A bid to bring the Super Bowl to New Meadowlands Stadium in 2014 is among the front-runners along with Tampa and Miami. NFL owners will decide the venue on May 25.
Rookie Nate Allen has a chance at winning the starting free safety position.
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said the Eagles can't make the playoffs this season and that he'd root for the Donovan McNabb-led Redskins if they make the playoffs.
According to a report in the Washington Post, receiver Santana Moss received human growth hormone from Anthony Galea, the Canadian doctor who is charged with providing illegal drugs to professional players.
Mike Shanahan said the team is still considering signing former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook.