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NFC East notes: Can Dallas Cowboys keep Dez Bryant, DeMarco Murray?

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A quick look around the division.

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Let's take a brief look around the NFC East and see what stories are making news.

Dallas Cowboys

Our friends over at SB Nation's Blogging The Boys are trying to figure out how the Cowboys can sign both of their free-agents mega-stars, wide receiver Dez Bryant and running back DeMarco Murray.

What separates Murray from other running backs. Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning says says the answer is "toughness."

Would Cowboys' fans really choose Tony Romo as their quarterback? Well, here's how a "blind" quarterback selection might look.

How dare Jason Garrett invoke the name of former Yankees' great Derek Jeter in talking about how he wants to build the Cowboys. Something about that just isn't right.

Here are the Cowboys' most unfavorable contracts for 2015, and a look at the five biggest bargains on the Dallas roster.

NFL VP of officating Dean Blandino says you won't see him anywhere near the Cowboys' party bus again.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles still can't get anyone to accept their GM/top personnel executive job. Seattle Seahawks director of college scouting Scott Fitterer is the latest candidate to turn them down.

Eagles' coach Chip Kelly is shaking up his secondary coaches.

Former Eagles safety Patrick Chung is now starting for the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.

If the Eagles really do want to trade Nick Foles. they could get a nice package of players and draft picks from the St. Louis Rams.

Washington Redskins

Perry Fewell is now on the Redskins' coaching staff. Other than that, little seems to be going on in the nation's capital right now.

Pro Football Focus ranked the Redskins last among team in terms of under-25 talent and tied for last when measuring how many players were needed to be a Super Bowl contender.