NFC East Notes: Cowboys, Jones, Giants, Webb

A look at the NFC East:

  • When speaking to reporters at Wednesday’s meetings, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones hinted that he wants to dial back the power of the commissioner’s office (Twitter link via Ben Volin of The Boston Globe). “There’s nobody that doesn’t see the need for changes in the NFL in several areas. … One of it is an antiquated constitution, an antiquated situation as to the power of his commissioner,” Jones said.
  • Giants interim GM Kevin Abrams says he would like to see rookie Davis Webb get some playing time down the stretch (Twitter link via Paul Schwartz of the New York Post). However, he added that “you can only play one quarterback at a time” and said that interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo will have the final call on the team’s QB situation.
  • Several teams have failed to lure Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel¬†Will McClay in the past, but there is a feeling that he might be interested in the Giants‘ GM vacancy, Ralph Vacchiano of writes. McClay is in charge of the Cowboys’ drafts and they have had a strong track record in recent years. McClay is among the Fritz Pollard Alliance’s recommended minority candidates for GM jobs this offseason.
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3 comments on “NFC East Notes: Cowboys, Jones, Giants, Webb

  1. forwhomjoshbelltolls

    There’s a lot of people who saw it BEFORE it directly impacted them, Jerry.

    Jerry Jones is a scrawny 90 old version of Eric Cartman.

    What a pathetic piece of…

  2. lucienbel

    That pic of Jones looks like he could be chillin’ with Emperor Pelpetine in his spare time

  3. chgobangbang

    Jones being kicked to the curb by all the other owners and his ego powers stripped in his failed power move to oust the Commish is my super bowl victory


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