NFC East Notes: Cowboys, Eagles, Giants



  • Ian Rapoport reports that Cowboys sixth-round WR Cedrick Wilson is believed to have torn the labrum in his shoulder. Rapoport adds that Wilson is undergoing more tests to determine the next course of action.
  • Cowboys passing game coordinator Kris Richard tells Rapoport that first-round LB Leighton Vander Esch reminds him of Seahawks LB K.J. Wright, given that they’re both capable of playing all three positions and their length is key in pass coverage.


  • Jimmy Kempski believes Eagles OL Isaac Seumalo could be an offensive lineman with some trade value over the next few weeks, considering that there are a number of teams desperately in need offensive line help.
  • According to Kempski, veteran OL Chance Warmack “isn’t going anywhere”, seeing he has the support of OL coach Jeff Stoutland.


Giants CB Janoris Jenkins says he has not spoken to his brother since he was arrested on an aggravated manslaughter charge for killing Roosevelt Rene.

“I haven’t talked to him, to be honest,” Jenkins said, via “But I will to see where his head is at. As far as that, I’m going to leave that off the field.”

“It’s shocking,” Jenkins added. “But I’ve still got to come out and play football. Right now, my main focus is to get better every day with my teammates and stay focused.”

Jenkins admitted that it’s difficult to internalize all that happened and focused on football.

“It’s difficult,” Jenkins said. “Things are going to happen in life. Some things you can’t control. It’s just one of those situations.”

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