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NFC East News and Rumors
Officially, Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson is listed as questionable on the injury report due to a personal absence. Unofficially, Robinson won’t play against the Cowboys. PFT has confirmed, via a league source, that Robinson will not be available for…Share Tweet
An injured groin led to an unwanted end for Washington Redskins quarterback Pat White and a potential second chance for placekicker John Potter.Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 14, 2013Eli and Peyton Manning have collectively said nearly 15,000 words to the news media this week about Sunday’s Giants-Broncos game.Share Tweet
Austin not worried about being No. 1 WRIRVING, Texas -- After the Dallas Cowboys' season-opening victory against the New York Giants, there were discussions about what the Giants defense did to wide receiver Dez Bryant and the two touchdowns caught by tight end Jason Witten. Well, what about…Share TweetIRVING, Texas -- Even with Anthony Spencer set to make his season debut Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys could still go heavy on defensive linemen against the Kansas City Chiefs. As we ponder the 46-man roster for Week 2, Spencer’s health and the Chiefs’ abil…Share Tweet
30 Seconds: A Fierce Defender Focusing on Football Safetynytimes.com Sep 14, 2013Leonard Marshall, Giants starting defensive end in Super Bowls XXI and XXV, has become an advocate for making football safer.Share Tweet
Eagles: Stray thoughts for a SaturdayJust some stray thoughts as the Philadelphia Eagles prepare for their home opener against the San Diego Chargers Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field: Could this be a trap game? Chip Kelly dismissed the notion the other day, saying his team would focus com…Share Tweet
Who's the better Manning?Sep 14The "NFL Total Access" crew debates whether it would rather have Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning or New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning under center.
OTL: Is The Redskin Nickname Racist?Sep 14The Washington Redskins are facing more pressure to change the team name, which many consider derogatory to Native Americans.