Friday, July 9, 2010
Beastlines: Giants' Smith wants new deal
By ESPN.com staff
As part of a series on non-starters with a lot to prove this summer, Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com takes a look at Michael Hamlin.
MacMahon also blogs that quarterback Tony Romo has become the team's unquestioned leader.
The Dallas Morning News' David Moore takes a look at the Cowboys' tight ends.
Former Cowboys great Emmitt Smith didn't make it very far in this year's World Series of Poker.
New York Giants
Former Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce is retiring and will join ESPN as an analyst.
Giants receiver Steve Smith wants a new deal, but won't stage a hold out, says Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.
Quarterback Michael Vick was scheduled to appear at former teammate Keion Carpenter's football camp, but will not attend.
Former NFL coach Tony Dungy said Vick "didn't use very good judgment."
Sixth round draft choice Charles Scott is still unsure of what his role will be with the Eagles.
Rocky McIntosh is the latest to bash the Redskins' Albert Haynesworth.
Donovan McNabb's jersey is the second highest seller in the NFL.