NFC Notes: Cowboys, Eagles, Panthers



Cowboys running back Darren McFadden announced Monday that some of his relatives were shot at a club in Little Rock, Arkansas, which is why he was seen on video outside of the venue.

28 people were injured after gunshots rang out during a concert early Saturday morning.


Eagles S Terrence Brooks isn’t taking anything for granted in his first full year in Philadelphia and believes he still has a lot to prove to the coaching staff.

I feel like I can go in there and be counted on to make a big play when they need it,” Brooks said, via “I’m just trying to gain the trust between the coaches and the players. At the end of the day, I’ve got a lot to prove to myself as a player about what type of player I want to be and what I want to accomplish here.”

“I’m new to the team, and they haven’t really seen me on the defense,” Brooks added. “I wanted to go out there and leave a great impression about what I can do and control everything I can control.”


  • Max Henson of would be surprised to see Greg Olsen and his desire for a new contract that pays him as one of the top tight ends in the NFL develop into a “distraction” at the start of training camp.
  • Even with two years remaining on his contract, Olsen still feels he deserves to be made a salary in line with the best tight ends in the league. (NFLTR)

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