Finally, free agency is around the corner and speculation on who the Cowboys may covet is on the front-burner. Teams have to use the franchise tag by today or risk players to the open market.
Word out of New England is the Patriots won't tag K Adam Vinateri. Of course, that leads to the inevitable Parcells comment.
Next up, LeCharles Bentley. He's going to hit the open market and everyone wants a piece. But as Deke pointed out in the comments section, he won't come cheap.
Pricey. But when you read this statement from the article, "Known for his physical play and nasty attitude...", it makes you want to break the bank.
Nick Eatman is jumping on board with the Jason Fabini and Jerald Sowell speculation.
Another cap-casualty for the Jets was fullback Jerald Sowell, a player Parcells has raved about more than once since joining the Cowboys.
A nine-year vet who has played in all 137 games of his career, Sowell is the Jets' all-time leading tackler on special teams with 147. Sowell posted 37 special teams tackles in 2003 alone.
But the veteran fullback has also developed into a solid pass-catcher, recording 147 career receptions, including 111 in the last three years.