NFC East: Jamar Hunt

Beastlines: Ex-Cowboy sues over collapse

July, 13, 2010
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Dallas Cowboys

In the seventh of his 10-part series on Cowboys "who have a lot to prove in training camp," ESPNDallas.com's Tim McMahon looks at tight end Martellus Bennett.

The Dallas Morning News' Kevin Sherrington thinks the Cowboys are going to end the season in the Super Bowl.

Sure, there might be a few red flags, but Dez Bryant has "freaky talent," writes the DMN's Brad Sham.

Ex-Cowboy Jamar Hunt has become the first player to sue over the facility collapse incident that occurred during last year's rookie camp.

New York Giants

Giants linebacker Gerris Wilkinson is looking at his life after football.

Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole thinks the Giants have the third worst group of linebackers in the league (He ranks the Cowboys second best.) "Outside linebacker Michael Boley was pretty good last year when he was healthy, but the rest of the group is a collective question mark with the likes of Clint Sintim, Jonathan Goff and Chase Blackburn," writes Cole.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles are not worried about Michael Vick's travel restrictions affecting the team, a source told NFL.com's Jason LaCanfora.

National Football Post's Matt Bowen wonders, if the Eagles cut Vick, who will replace him?

The Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel suggests Troy Smith.

The Shutdown Corner blog asks the question: Is Kevin Kolb really ready to take over?

Eagles linebacker Ernie Sims loves pit bulls so much, he hosted a parade in their honor. Of teammate Vick, Sims said: "I really want to get on the same page with him and assure the pit bull community that he really is trying to help our breed and what he did is in the past."

As part of their "Camp Classics" series, Philly.com looks at a "The Vet turf fiasco" from 2001.

Washington Redskins

In a video, The Washington Post's Jason Reid looks at who might replace Mike Williams on the offensive line.

One of Tim Twentyman's 10 offseason questions is, "Is Donovan McNabb really the answer in D.C.?"

Redskins linebacker Chris Draft is spending his Tuesday reading to kids.

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