Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the divisional rivalry game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the divisional rivalry game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles.Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 4:30 p.
Also questions about Sam Bradford's long-term goals and more draft talk.
DeMeco Ryans believes the Eagles did plenty to improve their defense in the offseason, especially at cornerback, where changes were necessary.
There's a chance Williams could slide to No. 5 and the Redskins are doing their due diligence.
Unless the deal is incredible, trading down feels like a team basically shrugging its shoulders and accepting whatever players are available later.
The latest blockbuster pitch involves Sam Bradford and Philip Rivers, with Rivers' future in San Diego in flux.
Top pass-rushers will be prized commodities on draft night.
The New York Giants agreed to terms with free agent safety Josh Gordy, who gives the Giants a strong safety with NFL starting experience.
Chip Kelly took a wrecking ball to the roster this offseason, and ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski says the team may not be better off in the long run.
The question is when would the Cowboys feel comfortable drafting Frank Clark, who recently reached a plea agreement in a domestic violence charge.
Chip Kelly has said Marcus Mariota will win multiple Super Bowls; if that's true, then why wouldn't he trade up to take him?
Will Troy Polamalu's retirement make it more or less likely for former Eagles great Brian Dawkins to make it to the Hall of Fame?
It appears Chip Kelly could have traded Sam Bradford to the Cleveland Browns for a first-round pick, but he chose to hang on to his newly acquired QB.
Today we close out the NFC East roundtable with looking at who is the best team in the division entering the NFL draft.
It would be a big risk for the Washington Redskins to pick up Robert Griffin III's fifth-year option -- one they don't have to take.
Oregon quarterback seems in position to be one of the top two overall picks in the draft.