NFC Notes: Cowboys, Eagles, Giants



  • Jon Machota could see the Cowboys trading a first-round pick for S Jamal Adams but is unsure if they are willing to pay him the amount he wants for a long-term deal.
  • Jane Slater, citing a Cowboys source, reports that there was nothing going on right now with regards to a potential trade for Adams. 


  • Jimmy Kempski of the Philly Voice called the rumor connecting the Eagles to a potential trade for Patriots G Joe Thuney “silly,” adding Philadelphia needs to roll over as much cap space to 2021 as possible and not spend $15 million of it on a one-year replacement for injured G Brandon Brooks.
  • The Athletic’s Zach Berman said minicamp this week would have given the first look at how the Eagles handled a number of things, including new roles on the coaching staff for passing game coordinator Press Taylor, senior offensive assistant Rich Scangarello, pass game analyst Andrew Breiner and senior offensive consultant Marty Mornhinweg.
  • It also could have provided a glimpse for any Taysom Hill-style plays the Eagles had in mind for second-round QB Jalen Hurts
  • Minicamp also would have been the first chance for Eagles RBs Corey Clement, Elijah Holyfield and UDFA rookies Michael Warren and Adrian Killins to start their push for a roster spot. 
  • Berman expects the Eagles to try first-round WR Jalen Reagor at punt returner. 
  • He adds minicamp would have given a first look at how Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery was progressing in his rehab from a Lisfranc injury.


New Giants HC Joe Judge says he’s “very excited” to work with franchise DL Leonard Williams. 

“I’m very excited about working with Leonard,” Judge said, via Matt Lombardo of “He has a tremendous skillset. We have to do a good job of putting him in a position to be successful, we’ve got to push these guys outside their comfort zone. He has the ability. So, we’re going to make sure we push him as hard as we can.”

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