Around the NFC East: 05-26-17

“Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.”

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One of the greatest quotes in the history of cinema! The Godfather series (or at least the first two) are so good. That particular scene is from The Godfather Part II, which is almost as good as the original, but just a step below for me.

It is in the spirit of those words spoken by Michael Corleone, passed on from his father Vito Corleone, that I present CB readers with a new feature.

Every Friday we’ll bring you some of the relevant stories and headlines in the week that was for the Cowboys’ NFC East rivals. This will be your one-stop-shop for anything you might have missed about the Giants, Eagles, or Redskins, because you were immersing yourself in the Cowboys.

Let’s get started.

NEW YORK GIANTS

Victor Cruz signed with the Chicago Bears, and threw a conspiracy grenade on his way out of New York.

Odell Beckham is being weird about OTAs.

Cris Carter, a frequent critic of Dez Bryant, is apparently besties with OBJ

Giants went bargain bin shopping this week.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Eagles OT Lane Johnson gave a fairly interesting interview to the Quick Slants podcast this week.

Nick Foles has come to grips with being terrible.

Bleacher Report has an interesting look at Philadelphia’s best and worst contract values on their roster.

Chip Kelly is bringing his failed insight to a television set near you.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

Dallas’ new corners should get ready, as Josh Doctson is motivated and on a warpath.

Josh Norman is still talking, almost two years after he entered the public consciousness.

Junior Galette is on the mend.

Washington has had enough of Matt Jones. The feeling appears to be mutual.

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