It's a good bet that your morning newspaper did not touch on issues involving all four teams from the NFC East. That's why I've checked every Web site in the known world to bring you the latest nuggets from the league's most popular division:
David Moore, a believer in the Cosby sweater collection, says that Wade Phillips saved his job when he asked to become the full-time defensive coordinator.
Nice column by ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon on how the players should be held to the same standard as the coaches.
Randy Galloway of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram takes a look at the Cowboys' biggest needs heading into the offseason.
Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News thinks Phillips essentially received a one-year extension.
Moneyball disciple Gerry Fraley says that Jerry Jones is still holding Phillips' feet to the fire.
Gil LeBreton of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram thinks Jones sent Phillips a mixed message.
The esteemed NFL writer Paul Domowitch from the Daily News compares Rex Ryan's approach to Andy Reid's.
If you'd like to find out more about Michael Vick's new reality show, check out Les Bowen's blog.
Rich Hofmann of the Daily News made the trip to visit Buddy's son, Rex.
New Browns general manager Tom Heckert has begun the process of hiring his old Eagles pals.
Former Giants coach Jim Fassel says he hasn't talked to the Raiders, writes Paul Schwartz of the Post.
Slim pickins' on the Giants today. I'll try to come up with something by the end of the day.
The Redskins added two defensive assistants Thursday.
Former Skins offensive coordinator Sherman Smith will coach running backs in Seattle.
The Redskins also have a new offensive line coach -- courtesy of Mike Singletary.