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NFC East training camp one-liners

Coach Wade Phillips says the Cowboys “are getting healthier.”

The Cowboys have many connections to their Hall of Fame Game opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals.
According to Cowboys CB Terence Newman, undrafted CB and former track star Teddy Williams “is impressive to watch.”
Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins has come a long way since his disappointing rookie season.
A recent medical checkup on Giants C Shaun O’Hara revealed no serious damage.
Giants LB Michael Boley and DT Chris Canty hope to “permanently erase” their underwhelming 2009 seasons.
Giants CB Aaron Ross is fully recovered from the hamstring injury that ruined his 2009 season.
Former undrafted Giants CB Bruce Johnson is off to a fast start in training camp.
Eagles LB Stewart Bradley is back practicing after suffering an early-camp hamstring injury.
The Eagles are looking good in camp, by all accounts.
WhatIfSports.com projects an 11-5 record for the 2010 Eagles, but the Cowboys to take the division.
Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is a big fan of rookie RB Charles Scott.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he’ll intervene on the Albert Haynesworth situation if “I can play a helpful role.”
Redskins DE Adam Carriker has been seeing lots of first-team reps.
The Redskins plan to use 2009 first-round pick Brian Orakpo at the “Buck” outside linebacker position, where his cover skills would be put to use.
Redskins RB Larry Johnson enjoys kicking it with rappers.
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4 Responses to “NFC East training camp one-liners”
  1. Manuich1 says: Aug 5, 2010 9:27 AM

    If healthy the Giants will easily win the division this season. I can understand how there being overlooked.

  2. eaglesnoles05 says: Aug 5, 2010 10:03 AM

    HAhahahaha, the only thing that is for SURE in this division is that no one is going to easily win it. No one in the NFCbeast is being over-looked by anyone who is intelligent.

  3. philgrek says: Aug 5, 2010 10:58 AM

    If healthy the Giants will easily win the division this season. I can understand how there being overlooked.
    @Manuich1 What a stupidly bold statement. You must be 13. I’m not saying that the Giants can’t or won’t win the division. But to watch the terrible year they had last year, along with the far better years both the Cowboys and Eagles had, for you to come out and say the Giants will “easily win the division” is just ignorant. I just wish there was some way to punish people like you (and ESPN for that matter) for their worthless predictions.

  4. BLeedGreeN4Life says: Aug 5, 2010 7:02 PM

    damn 11-5 for the eagles?? and im sittin here hopin for 8-8

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