NFC East training camp one-liners

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones intends to err on the side of caution with WR Dez Bryant’s return from a high ankle sprain.

The Cowboys have signed TE Jason Pociask.
Cowboys WR Jesse Holley is emerging as a special teams force.
Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett continues to have setbacks in his recovery from a sprained left ankle.
Giants RB Brandon Jacobs was unimpressive in Monday night’s preseason opener.
ESPN New York provides a list of Giants who were inactive for the game. recaps the win over the Jets.
Undrafted Giants rookie WR Victor Cruz is living the dream.
Eagles RB LeSean McCoy is battling a quadricep injury.
Eagles coach Andy Reid confirmed that C Jamaal Jackson is “probably ahead of schedule” in his recovery from a torn ACL.
The Eagles appear to have a steal in undrafted rookie OT Austin Howard.
Rookie Kurt Coleman might be the Eagles’ strong safety of the future.
Redskins RB Willie Parker is moving up the depth chart.
Parker, in fact, is scheduled to start Washington’s third preseason game; Larry Johnson will start the second.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said rookie OT Trent Williams “played exceptionally well” in the team’s exhibition opener.
Redskins OT Jammal Brown is healthy and practicing again after dealing with an early-camp hip injury.

5 responses to “NFC East training camp one-liners

  1. Umm, you’re posting information that is now 4-5 days old about Bennett. Why is that?
    Since returning to practice Sunday, Bennett has been the best player on the field and he’s showing no issues with his ankle.
    he’s probably not playing against the Chargers, more from a preparation/conditioning standpoint than ankle issues. He hasn’t practiced much since the beginning of camp, he won’t be ready for a game this Saturday.
    Not a big deal.

  2. MartyB should be thanking God that Phillips is out for the year. Otherwise, it would be real easy for the Cowboys to drop Bennett and not put up with his crap.

  3. Note to Rotoworld on the Austin Howard piece:
    A left handed quarterbacks blind side tackle would actually be the right tackle, not the left.

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