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The latest free-agency buzz surrounding the Washington Redskins involves their attempts to poach the best cornerback on the market.
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There are few NFL defensive backs with the ability to totally shut down New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham .
Carolina Panthers safety Mike Mitchell has quickly become a hot commodity just one year after being almost out of the league.
Believe it or not, the beginning of the Eagles' 2014 season is rapidly approaching.
He also recorded eight tackles for loss, the most by an Eagles rookie since the statistic started being kept in 1999.
Is there a better way to kick off the weekend than trying to predict what the Dallas Cowboys will do with their first round pick? No surprise, but after an outstanding scouting combine, Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald continues to be the most popular projection for the Cowboys at No.
The Philadelphia Eagles won the NFC East in 2013 after a surprising late season surge from their quarterback Nick Foles but fell in the wild card round of the playoffs to the New Orleans Saints .
Several mock drafts have the Giants drafting linebacker Anthony Barr with the 12th-overall pick.
The Eagles don't want to build their team in March, but financial flexibility and an aggressive approach is how the team signed Jevon Kearse and acquired Terrell Owens in 2004.
He is a six-time Super Bowl champion coach. He is a multiple award-winner. Woicik is among the best at what he does-he's one of the NFL's premier strength and conditioning coaches.
The Philadelphia Eagles have already been quite possibly the busiest team of the 2014 NFL offseason, re-signing their top two impending free agents, Riley Cooper and Jeremy wrapped up and Michael Vick set to test the open market, the Eagles can turn their attention fully to whoever else floats their boat in free agency.
The Giants' general manager has proven himself quite worthy when it comes to protecting the assets of the Mara and Tisch families, but that should not be his biggest concern.
By any stretch of the imagination, 2013 was a disastrous year for the Washington Redskins .
This may change when the doors to free agency open on Tuesday next week, but for now the consensus has narrowed down the Cowboys likely first round picks in the 2014 draft to two defensive tackles.
When Sam Hinkie, the rebuilding king of Philadelphia was hired as Sixers general manager, owner Joshua Harris told him that the organization would be willing make the Andrew Bynum trade again -- even though it was a total disaster.