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Giants morning report: Sunday reading material

New York Giants headlines for Sunday, 7/26.

Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, New York Giants fans! This is the final summer Sunday before the Giants begin their 2015 training camp. Let's check the headlines and make sure you have some reading material while you sip your morning coffee.

Giants News

There is a lot of concern in Giants Nation about the idea of the team using Marshall Newhouse as a starting right tackle. A film study by Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com won't help.

Pat Traina asseses the impact Shane Vereen could have on the Giants, and believes Vereen could end up being the Giants' featured back.

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Around the NFL East

About the Philadelphia Eagles ...

Philadelphia Eagles fans are apparently the most hated in the NFL, which won't surprise Giants fans. The fact that our friends at Bleeding Green Nation think being the most hated fan base is "cool," tells you a lot about why they are No. 1 on this list.

BGN looks at the revamped Philly offensive line.

Here are BGN's top five Eagles training camp storylines.

The Washington Post says Eagles coach Chip Kelly is both the most intriguing and most unknown man in football:

"I'm not governed by the fear of what other people say," Kelly says.

Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News says the Eagles are "vastly overrated."

About the Washington Redskins ...

Our friends at SB Nation's Hogs Haven are still holding out hope that Robert Griffin III can be a real NFL quarterback:

Give me a season with no freak injuries. Give me one with limited distractions and dysfunction. Give me some continuity amongst the coaching staff. Let us have at least two seasons in the same offense, and finally, a real QB coach! Let me see how an offensive line in the NFL is supposed to look. Then, you can compare the production of our quarterback FAIRLY against his piers. For those who are quick to turn on our young signal caller; take into consideration what he has had to endure in his first three years in the league. His story is far from written!

What's this about former Redskins tight end Chris Cooley possibly looking to make a comeback?

About the Dallas Cowboys ...

Everybody knows the Cowboys have an outstanding offensive line. Grantland says the Cowboys have three of the NFL's best 10 offensive linemen.

This one is really about the Giants. Blogging The Boys has put together a pre-training camp preview of your Giants.