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  1. NFC East Top 20: No. 19 Evan Mathis

    Dan Graziano

    In the final 20 days before the start of the regular season, we are counting down the top 20 players in the NFC East. For a full explanation, see this post. No. 19 -- Evan Mathis, Philadelphia Eagles G Mathis is one of only two offensive lineme...

    Blog | August 17, 2012
  2. Eagles were wise to re-sign Evan Mathis

    Dan Graziano

    Evan Mathis went out and did the free-agent thing. He got another team interested (the Baltimore Ravens) and forced the Philadelphia Eagles to pay up if they wanted him back. Mathis is a 30-year-old guard who's coming off his best season, and he wise...

    Blog | March 17, 2012
  3. Carl Nicks is going to cost ya

    Dan Graziano

    Free-agent guard Carl Nicks has long been on the wish list of Dallas Cowboys fans. The Washington Redskins could use him too, as they look to shore up their offensive line in front of what will be a high-priced rookie quarterback. So if you're wonder...

    Blog | March 12, 2012
  4. NFC East: Free-agency primer

    Dan Graziano

    Dallas Cowboys Key free agents: WR Laurent Robinson, S Abram Elam, LB Keith Brooking, LB Anthony Spencer (franchise) Where they stand: Dallas needs serious help in the secondary and will have to decide whether it wants Elam back at safety while...

    Blog | March 08, 2012
  5. Cowboys offensive line thoughts

    Dan Graziano

    The latest in's position-by-position look at the Cowboys is the one for which I've been waiting -- the one about the interior offensive line. Calvin Watkins breaks down who they've got, what they need and what things could look like at...

    Blog | February 13, 2012
  6. Cowboys will have lots of cap room

    Dan Graziano

    Calvin Watkins did some talking with Jerry Jones down at the Senior Bowl this week, and one thing he's learned is that the Dallas Cowboys' owner is very happy with the team's current salary cap situation: The Cowboys have $12.6 million under the cap...

    Blog | January 26, 2012