NFC East: Joshua Price-Brent

Beastlines: Portis motivated to play

July, 16, 2010
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Dallas Cowboys

Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com takes a quick look at Illinois defensive lineman Joshua Price-Brent, whom the Cowboys selected in the seventh round of the supplemental draft.

Terrell Owens has a grudge against Chiefs head coach (and former Cowboys receivers coach) Todd Haley.

The Cowboys' team site analyzes the middle of the offensive line.

Continuing his "Proving Ground" series, ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon looks at offensive lineman Travis Bright.

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New York Giants

Michael Strahan thinks defensive end Justin Tuck will step up and be a leader on defense.

The Giants waived return man Domenik Hixon and signed sixth-round draft pick Adam Jennings.

Newsday has five training camp questions for the Giants.

Philadelphia Eagles

The team does not plan to cut backup quarterback Michael Vick. Meanwhile, the trustee that handled Vick's bankruptcy case is seeking repayment of at least $2 million that the quarterback gave to friends and family before he went to prison.

The Philadelphia Inquirer previews the Eagles' running game.

Washington Redskins

Clinton Portis will report to camp in shape and motivated to hold off Larry Johnson and Willie Parker for the starting job.

Coach Mike Shanahan reaffirms that the team has no intention to pursue Terrell Owens.

Two picked in NFL supplemental draft

July, 15, 2010
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Two players were selected in the NFL supplemental draft Thursday. The Chicago Bears picked Brigham Young running back Harvey Unga and the Dallas Cowboys selected Illinois defensive end Joshua Price-Brent. Both players were selected in the seventh round, meaning the Bears and Cowboys will forfeit their seventh-round pick in the 2011 NFL draft.

ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli spoke to Unga before the supplemental draft.

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