Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
Here's the latest from around the NFC Beast:
Rookie running back Felix Jones injured his toe during rehab for a hamstring injury. At this point, it's unlikely that he'll play Sunday against the 49ers.
Here's another injury update from Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
In case you missed it earlier today, Randy Galloway didn't hold anything back in his "Welcome back, Pacman" column.
Donovan McNabb tries to put the overtime rule behind him.
Sam Donnellon says the Eagles are the worst franchise in town.
John Smallwood of the Daily News says McNabb could've made life a lot easier on himself by just acknowledging his mistake and moving on.
Frank Fitzpatrick of the Inquirer compares the McNabb situation to Hamlet.
Brian Westbrook came out Wednesday and admitted that his ankle is not right.
Gary Myers wonders why Plaxico Burress has played such a small role in his team's success lately.
Always great to hear from Daily News writer Ohm Youngmisuk. He's talking about Kurt Warner's respect for young Eli Manning.
Paul Schwartz writes about the Cardinals' dynamic duo of Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin.
Tom Rock has more on the Fitzgerald-Boldin angle.
Dear Big Blue Screen, feel free to use my personal e-mail. I don't always find things in the mailbag. Here's Vacchiano with an update on Brandon Jacobs.
Jim Zorn talks to his team about Sean Taylor's legacy.
Malcolm Kelly may finally get a shot to play.
Jason La Canfora catches up with the Redskins' head-coaching candidates.
Zorn could've been a museum curator. Seriously.
Ryan O'Halloran, one of our favorites from the Washington Times, talks about Zorn's return to Seattle.