Shootout Time in Houston

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Carson Wentz will train with quarterback guru Adam Dedeaux this offseason.

Dedeaux is a former minor league pitcher for the Dodgers who recently took over Tom House's company. House, of course, has worked with some of the game's top quarterbacks including Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Carson Palmer and Matt Ryan. Wentz played reasonably well as a rookie but sharpening his mechanics this offseason wouldn't be a bad idea.
Jan 24 - 7:35 PM

Cowboys Executive VP Stephen Jones confirmed the team will exercise RG Zack Martin's fifth-year option for 2018.

Also, the sky is blue. Picking up Martin's option is the definition of a no-brainer. He's arguably the best guard in football and showed it again by earning his third All-Pro selection this past season. Don't be surprised if the Cowboys take it a step further by giving Martin a long-term contract.
Jan 24 - 6:59 PM

Cowboys Executive VP Stephen Jones said the team would like to re-sign impending free agents Terrance Williams and Brice Butler.

Williams probably blew his chance at a big payday by going for a career-low 594 yards this past season. On a good day, Williams is the Cowboys' No. 4 receiving option behind Dez Bryant, Cole Beasley and Jason Witten. It's too early to gauge his market but the Cowboys might be better off letting Williams be someone else's problem.
Jan 24 - 6:41 PM

Giants signed OT Michael Bowie to a reserve/future contract.

The signing occurred two weeks ago, but we find it notable. The former Seahawks draft pick started nine games as a 2013 rookie before injuries sent his career off the rails. He spent a couple years in Cleveland but could never get healthy and actually stepped away from the game back in August. Bowie is ready to attempt a comeback, and tackle is one of the Giants' bigger needs.
Jan 24 - 6:39 PM

Cowboys Executive VP Stephen Jones said it's "too early" to talk about moving G La'El Collins to tackle.

Collins struggled in his three appearances at left guard this year before bowing out with a season-ending toe injury. Ronald Leary filled in seamlessly but he's headed for free agency. We're guessing Collins will get another shot at left guard if he can stay healthy next year.
Jan 24 - 6:26 PM

Cowboys Executive VP Stephen Jones said DE Demarcus Lawrence will undergo back surgery this offseason.

Just as he did a year earlier. Lawrence led the team with eight sacks in 2015 but only had one this past season. The former second-round pick is heading into the last year of his rookie contract. Jones also mentioned that DT Cedric Thornton will undergo offseason shoulder surgery.
Jan 24 - 6:10 PM

Alex Marvez of The Sporting News reports Mike Nolan is interviewing for a job with the Saints.

Remember him? The former 49ers coach was out of the league last year following a one-year stint as the Chargers' LBs coach. The Saints may view him as a replacement for Joe Vitt, who was fired as LBs coach shortly after the season. Nolan was also up for the role of Jaguars' LBs coach but recently withdrew his name from consideration.
Jan 24 - 5:55 PM

Eagles GM Howie Roseman said Carson Wentz will have input on the team's offseason acquisitions.

"We want to make sure that he’s on board with some of these things," said Roseman. "Probably more in free agency than in the draft, because it’s hard for him to get caught up on the draft prospects." It's rare for a rookie quarterback to have this much pull, but it's clear the Eagles will do anything to keep Wentz happy. Wentz is developing nicely, but the Eagles need to surround him with more weapons. Having Jordan Matthews, Nelson Agholor and Dorial Green-Beckham as the top three wideouts isn't going to cut it.
Jan 24 - 5:08 PM
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