Thursday, April 21, 2011
NFC East links: Roseman set for draft
By ESPN.com staff
The Dallas Morning News' Rick Gosselin on the Cowboys in the draft: "You can always bank on Jerry Jones looking to trade out. That’s his history; he doesn’t want to draft; he doesn’t want that pick; he’d rather have quantity than quality."
SI.com's Don Banks isn't pleased with what he calls the NFL's "love affair" with the Cowboys.
New York Giants
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke for 30 minutes on Wednesday with Giants season-ticket holders.
Eagles general manager Howie Roseman discusses his approach in working a draft that precedes free agency.
The Eagles are following the lead of the Giants in allowing season-ticket holders the chance to defer the second half of their ticket payment until the league announces there will be a season in 2011.
The Washington Post's Mike Jones on some of the quirks that go along with holding a minicamp with only 30 players: "The circumstances weren’t perfect. At times defensive lineman Kedric Golston lined up at free safety to help out free safety Macho Harris, and at one point, nose tackle Ma’ake Kemoeatu went on a pass route so linebacker Rob Jackson had someone to cover."
Is Jake Locker a good fit for the Redskins? Two NFL analysts seem to think so.