If you're looking for a strong sign that the Philadelphia Eagles are awaiting major regime changes before making any personnel decisions regarding the 2013 roster, there's this: Philadelphia still isn't negotiating with any of its impending unrestricted free agents, according to CSN Philly's Reuben Frank.
That includes embattled but talented starting cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who has been very inconsistent and is one of the major question marks attached to the roster as a disappointing season comes to a close.
"This isn't unprecedented," wrote Frank, "but is unusual for an Eagles team that historically has looked to re-sign its top young players before they reach free agency and in many cases several years before their contracts expire."
Other Eagles slated to become UFAs in March: King Dunlap, Derek Landri, Akeem Jordan, Jon Dorenbos, Darryl Tapp, Jake Scott and Colt Anderson.
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division...
From Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News: The Cowboys have announced that Josh Brent won't be on the sideline again this season.
From ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins: The Cowboys' offensive line is playing better.
New York Giants
From Henrick Karoliszyn of the New York Daily News: Victor Cruz visited the family of the 6-year-old Sandy Hook victim who was buried with Cruz's jersey earlier this week.
From ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk: Kenny Phillips says he'll be back in the lineup Sunday in Baltimore.
From Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer: The Eagles have placed Clay Harbor on injured reserve.
From PhillyMag.com's Sheil Kapadia: Philly has a league-high 72 turnovers since the start of last season.
From Keith McMillan of the Washington Post: Could the offensive line screw up what the Redskins have going for them?
From Rich Campbell of the Washington Times: Kory Lichtensteiger has won the Redskins' Ed Block Courage Award.