I am Matt Williamson, with yard Barker coming to you from my combine hotel here in Indianapolis to talk about the NFC East off seasons.
It's preview these teams and degraded into Dallas.
Although the Eagles won the division, Dallas had by far the best point differential in the NFC East.
And now Mike McCarthy takes over his head coach, so expectations should remain very, very high there in the top five and available cap space.
But that's going to get eaten up extremely quickly with that.
Prescott, Amaury Cooper, Byron Jones, Robert Quinn, Randall Cobb, Sean Lee, Michael Bennett, Geoff Heath in Jason Witten all have expiring contracts.
Prescott's not going anywhere where there's given the franchise tag or, more likely, an extension.
But as it stands right now, Michael Gallop is the only wide receiver or tight end that Alice can really count on.
So that puts a big premium on Cooper, which makes me think Byron Jones will probably leave as some along with some of these others.
And without question, their defensive line needs a lot of work, and the Count was can't possibly be comfortable with their secondary right now.
Giants are coming off a tough year to be kind of a trend in division.
Another head coach Joe Judge takes over and Daniel Jones is entrenched as the quarterback.
They have about 62 million to play with in the fourth overall pick in the draft.
So they're gonna add more talent without question.
Still has a lot of needs on this team, though they certainly could use more offensive line help.
And the whole defense needs help to be very honest.
Second level in particular.
I'm sure that, like to bring back Leonard Williams, they gave a draft pick for Markus.
Golden also had a good year.
He's are unrestricted free agent, but I think there's some optimism that the Giants take a step forward this this offseason.
The Eagles, the Eagles injuries have really hurt this team more than any other team in the league the last two years.
There middle of the pack with available cap space and draft pick revenue the obvious spots his team should look to upgrade is a wide receiver and cornerback Nelson Arugula.
Ronald Darby, Jalen Mills all hit hit the hit, the scheduled to hit the free agent market, but Philadelphia might be better suited bringing players in from outside the organization rather than retaining their own at these spots.
Jason Peters contract is also expiring, but they planned for this when they drafted Andre Dillard.
It's a first rounder last year.
Some other notable free agents Jordan Howard, Timmy Hearn, Timmy Journey and Vinny Curry, who's an underrated player.
And I would be really shocked if they don't emerge from this draft.
This great ride receiver draft class without getting some serious rookie help at that position.
Another another head coaching change like like Dallas.
Like the Giants.
Now Ron Rivera takes over in Washington.
Should bring some stability of the organization, though.
Big question is, do you take Chase Young with the second pick, or do you shop it to somebody that might want to, uh, get a premium package in return? Remember, they don't have their early second rounder, either, and they have a lot of needs.
They have about 61 million and cap space, much like the Giants probably need to do everything possible.
Maybe the franchise tag on Brandon Scharff to bring him back.
You love the mend.
Those fences build a respectable offensive line around Dwayne Haskins, and that's certainly a huge priority.
Is making his supporting cast much, much better to see where you have with them.
But cornerback position is also pretty questionable with the Redskins so big off season for them as it is with the rest of division.
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I am Matt Williamson at Williamson NFL.