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In less than three months, the 2013 season for the Washington Redskins will kickoff.
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None of the NFC East teams had a stellar season last year, so rosters are predictably being churned.
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The Eagles enter 2013 with a lot to overcome. The team is coming off its worst season in 15 years and has undergone a serious transformation, in both philosophy and talent, over the last several months.
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New York Giants Paul Schwartz spoke to an agent who didn't want his name used but who thinks Victor Cruz's only choice right now is to take the multiyear offer the Giants have made to him.
You can learn a lot of things by looking at a team's 90-man offseason roster. Which positions are overrepresented, which are underrepresented, and where could the teams still be looking for upgrades? To see if there was anything to be gleaned from the Cowboys ' 90-man roster, I compared it to the rosters of the remaining NFC East teams.
The Washington Redskins' scintillating run to the NFC East title last season overshadowed memories of their 3-6 start.
Even though it is unknown how much longer Washington Redskins inside linebacker London Fletcher will be able to suit up to play the game he loves, the team needs one more season out of him if they want to make some noise in 2013.
If you could have one player from each NFC East team for the Cowboys' 2013 roster, which three would you pick? The Cowboys have just completed their offseason activities with the veteran minicamp last week, and most Cowboys fans, just like the fans of the 31 other NFL teams, are bullish about their team this year.
The Dallas Cowboys have finished the past 2 seasons at 8-8, but GM Stephen Jones believes that the team can compete for a Super Bowl trophy in 2013.
Team Vice President Stephen Jones , not his father Jerry, said today that the Cowboys have what it takes to win the Super Bowl.
I like it when Joel Corry writes about matters pertaining to the NFC East, because he's as thorough as anybody writing football on the whole Internet, and his perspective as a former agent offers help making sense of contract matters.
Over/under on Chip Kelly's head coaching tenure with the Eagles: 3.5 seasons. One national NFL writer thinks "under."
Yards 2012 Highlight : To say Morris had an amazing rookie year would be an understatement.
The two touchdowns that stand out were the week 1 touchdown against the New Orleans Saints and his big play against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.