Thursday, March 1, 2012
NFC East links: Pay cut for Giants' Jacobs?
By ESPN.com staff
What issues should the Cowboys consider before offering to extend Tony Romo's contract? ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins explores.
The NFL has never had a cheerleader older than 42. But a grandmother of two that will be 56 years old in May is trying to become a Cowboys cheerleader.
New York Giants
Running back Brandon Jacobs says the team is asking him to take pay cut. "It’s a great organization and I want to be a part of it, but if they’re not feeling the same way, then so be it," Jacobs said in an interview with NBC-4.
ESPN.com's Michele Steele sat down with Giants offensive lineman David Diehl to talk about his two Super Bowl championships and his NFL career.
ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk grades the Giants' special-teams play from this past season.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he's still trying to figure out how his team lost to the Giants in the playoffs.
Is the Eagles' front office making the same mistakes with DeSean Jackson that it did with Terrell Owens? Former governor Ed Rendell weighs in.
Sheil Kapadia of Philly.com looks at whether Plaxico Burress can be a good fit with the Eagles.
Mike Wise of the Washington Post tries to temper the Robert Griffin-mania that has gripped Redskins fans lately. "Many of the same people eviscerating this team for being so irresponsible over the years have decided responsibility is suddenly boring and want to go for it. We’re all-in again for one player who we are absolutely certain can be the answer to all the franchise’s problems," Wise writes.
The Redskins may pursue free agents Vincent Jackson, Pierre Garcon or Marques Colston in their search for an impact wide receiver.
Andrew Smith of the National Football Authority breaks down the Redskins' options for upgrading at quarterback.
Linebacker London Fletcher fired agent Drew Rosenhaus.