12:41 PM EDT, Tue September 02, 2014

Jerry Jones not surprised Kyle Orton signed with Buffalo Bills

Less than two months after being released by the Dallas Cowboys, veteran quarterback Kyle Orton signed with Buffalo over the weekend. Orton backed up Tony Romo the previous two seasons and was under contract to do the same this year. …
Dallas Cowboys Blog | ESPN Dallas 2 hours ago

Jerry: Tony Romo will be 'improved player'

IRVING, Texas -- Jerry Jones doesn’t just expect Tony Romo to be the same quarterback he was before undergoing his second back surgery in the span of less than a year.  Jones, the Dallas Cowboys’ owner and general manager, expects Romo to be better than before. Jones has been consistent in insisting...
Hogs Haven 2 hours ago

Looks Like Someone Has a Sixpack of the Mondays

And so it begins...Washington's inexorable march to Super Bowl glory! 1. Ohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboy. Welcome to the first in-season version of the Sixpack--the week leading up to the first game has to be considered in-season. Nobody can say we are overlooking important preseason dates and events by focusing our attention on the Houston Texans and the 2014 season. As the cement dries on the newly minted roster, coaches are likely working around the clock to prepare for the first test. For the first time in a long time, this grade will count toward our final grade. What we do...
It Is What It Is | WEEI 4 hours ago

Tom Brady on D&C: ‘I dealt with whatever feelings I had last week, but I’ve moved on’

Tom Brady made his weekly appearance on Dennis & Callahan on Tuesday morning as the Patriots prepare for Sunday’s regular-season opener against the Dolphins in Miami. To hear the interview, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page. The Patriots finished a 2-2 preseason with Thursday’s 16-13 loss to the Giants. Since then, […]
Newsday 4 hours ago

Mathias Kiwanuka thinks Giants can win a Super Bowl -- even if offense stumbles

The Giants have a few more days to enjoy the unbridled optimism that only comes before a football season starts, that feeling of invincibility and dominance that can't be argued against when a team has a record of 0-0. Mathias Kiwanuka is taking advantage of this time.
NFL Salary Cap Space: Philadelphia Eagles have 4th most room heading into 2014 NFL season

NFL Salary Cap Space: Philadelphia Eagles have 4th most room heading into 2014 NFL season

The Eagles have a lot of money. The Philadelphia Eagles roster is relatively set at this point. Both the 53-man active roster and 10-man practice squad have been finalized. The Eagles may still make a minor transaction here or there but there's no reason to believe they'll be incredibly active. So with the Eagles likely done making moves, let's take a look at their salary cap situation heading into the 2014 NFL regular season. According to Over the Cap, the Eagles own $$16,841,729 in cap space, which is good for the 4th highest total in the NFL. Only the Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland...
Grand Rapids Press 1 hour ago
New York Giants, by the numbers: Preseason stats suggest major growing pains for new offense

New York Giants, by the numbers: Preseason stats suggest major growing pains for new offense

Each week, we'll take a look at the Detroit Lions' upcoming opponent by zeroing in on some interesting numbers. Up first, the New York Giants. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has spent the preseason adjusting to rookie offensive coordinator...

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Newark Star-Ledger 15 mins ago

Giants running back Andre Williams ties the knot at Secaucus Town Hall

New York Giants running back Andre Williams got married over Labor Day weekend in Secaucus, where he lives, in a civil ceremony performed by Mayor Michael Gonnelli at Town Hall, reports say.
philly.com 20 mins ago

Domo has the Eagles No. 6 in his NFL power rankings

With the NFL season upon us, Paul Domowitch takes his first crack at ranking the league's teams, from 1 to 32.

Plan in place for Orlando Scandrick

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys will not be allowed to have contact with Orlando Scandrick until Sept. 29, when the cornerback’s four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy is over. Before the suspension started, the Cowboys gave Scandrick a workout plan. Scandrick said he would train twice a day with his personal trainer in Los Angeles during his suspension. “No different to what we’d do with players who are gone from after the offseason before training camp and from the end of the regular season before they come back, before the offseason...
CSN Washington 40 mins ago

OPEN THREAD: What can Redskins expect from new safety?

Many thought the Redskins might sign Aqib Talib or T.J. Ward this offseason. Instead, Washington landed Duke Ihenacho, who was cut after Denver brought in Ward and Talib.
Washington Post 47 mins ago

DC Sports Bog: ESPN poll: 58 percent of NFL players say Redskins should keep their name

In advance of Tuesday’s one-hour “Outside the Lines Special Report: Washington’s Nickname — An NFL Dilemma,“  ESPN released the results of new player and fan polls about the Redskins name. In a non-scientific survey conducted by ESPN reporters throughout the offseason, 286 players were asked, “Yes or No: Do the Redskins need to change their name?” ESPN reports that of the players surveyed, 58 percent (167) said the Redskins should not change their name and 42 percent (119) said the Redskins should change their name. Read full article >>

Preseason predictions: Low expectations

This will not come as a major surprise to anyone who's been paying attention, but the preseason predictions are not kind to the New York Giants. We had 64 people here at ESPN issue preseason predictions -- all 32 of our NFL Nation team reporters plus 32 national NFL writers/personalities. Of those 64, only five picked the Giants to reach the playoffs. Four of those people picked the Giants to win the NFC East. Only ESPN Insider K.C. Joyner (who picked the Giants to win the division in 2011 when the Eagles were the popular pick) picked them to win an NFC wild card spot.

Jerry Jones: If Dez Bryant doesn’t get a new contract, it won’t be a distraction

Dez Bryant doesn’t want to be distracted by contract talks during the season. Although negotiations have been ongoing, the Pro Bowl wide receiver has said if a new deal isn’t reached by Sunday’s home opener, he’d like to postpone those …

NFC East Player News

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  • 7 Robert Griffin III

    Robert Griffin III

    Robert Griffin III needs to refine his skills off the field as much as on it

  • 4 Odell Beckham Jr.

    Odell Beckham Jr.

    Tom Coughlin changes course and decides to encourage Odell Beckham Jr.

  • 3 Rolando McClain

    Rolando McClain

    Cowboys George Selvie Still Not Practicing, Rolando McClain "Tweaks" Knee

  • 3 Mathias Kiwanuka

    Mathias Kiwanuka

    Mathias Kiwanuka thinks Giants can win a Super Bowl -- even if offense stumbles

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