The latest from the NFC East…
- Todd Archer of ESPN.com answered several Cowboys questions, and a few are noteworthy (all links go to Twitter). Archer believes that Tyron Smith is more likely to receive a contract extension than Dez Bryant by the time training cam opens on July 24.
- Archer added that the Cowboys definitely expect Kyle Orton to report at some point, and that running back DeMarco Murray will eventually be re-signed.
- The Eagles have a long list of veterans who might not make the 53-man squad, but as Geoff Mosher of CSNPhilly.com writes, defensive end Brandon Graham and cornerback Bradley Fletcher are the two players who are most likely to be cut during training camp.
- Assessing the Redskins’ right tackle situation, both Tarik El-Bashir and Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com believe they Tyler Polumbus will remain the starter. However, 2014 third-rounder Morgan Moses will probably take over the position in 2015.
- In a piece for RealRedskins.com, Tandler writes that he has some doubt as to whether Colt McCoy will be able to stick as the Redskins’ third quarterback.
- Eli Manning regressed last season, but according to Kevin Armstrong of the New York Daily News, the 33-year-old is excited about new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo’s scheme. “It’s re-energized me,” said Manning. “I’m trying to speed up the process of getting comfortable in the new system. I don’t have 10 years. I have a few months.”
- Connor Orr of the Star-Ledger profiles Brandon Mosley, a fourth-round pick of the Giants in 2012 who is pushing Chris Snee for the starting right guard job.