NFC EAST CAMP INSIDER

NFC EAST CAMP INSIDER

NFC EAST

Dallas Cowboys

Although the Cowboys will be deliberate with Dez Bryant in his comeback from foot surgery, it will be important for the wide receiver to have multiple days of work to do more than just knock off rust. Coach Jason Garrett often cites Michael Irvin’s ability to “run all day” in his Hall of Fame career and wants to see Bryant run all day. “No one runs more than receivers and DBs in this league, so you have to be able to do it, and you have to be able to maintain your technique and your level of play as you play snap after snap after snap,” Garrett said. — Todd Archer

New York Giants

The Giants will see where star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. stands when they take the field for their first full-padded practice of the summer. Beckham suffered superficial lacerations on his left leg Sunday but was walking with a heavy limp after practice. Was a day of rest sufficient? The Giants had practice off on Monday. — Jordan Raanan

Philadelphia Eagles

After one week of training camp, quarterback Carson Wentz is “off to a great start,” according to offensive coordinator Frank Reich. But Reich is impressed with the way starting QB Sam Bradford “keeps it simple” when he’s running the offense. Bradford said, “When you’re thinking, you want to make the perfect play, the perfect throw. You realize you can’t do it all the time. A completion here, a checkdown there — those are good plays.” — Phil Sheridan

Washington Redskins

The Redskins won’t have rookie receiver Josh Doctson back any time soon. He’s still dealing with a sore Achilles/foot injury and is at least a week from returning, according to multiple team officials. Doctson, a 2016 first-round pick, has yet to practice with the veterans since he was drafted because of the injury he suffered in the spring. — John Keim

 

Biggest Impact player this year is shaping up to be Josh Norman of Washington  vs the NFC EAST Top WR in Dez Bryant and Odell Beckham Jr hands down !

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