NFC East Rumor Mill Central

Today, we take a look at some of the more intriguing rumors flying around the National Football League. Some of the latest notions have Jason Sehorn looking at the Cowboys, among other clubs.

Former New York Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn has been busy the last few days visiting with the Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars. The former pro-bowler is also in talks with the Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

While the Sehorn may not be the prototypical corner desired by Bill Parcells and company, he could be a short-term solution should the Cowboys decide to focus on the trenches during the upcoming NFL Draft in April.

As first reported by The Dallas Morning News, Emmitt Smith has received his first offer from another club- the Arizona Cardinals. Sources say that Smith would like to fully explore all other options before coming to terms with the team, but as it stands right now, Arizona may be his best (and only) option.

In other news, the Philadelphia Eagles have shown interest in Cleveland wide receiver Kevin Johnson. Sources say that if the "price is right" a trade could be executed between the two clubs. The Eagles seem to think that Johnson could be a perfect fit in their offensive scheme in the next few seasons, even though they've yet to move in with a formal offer.

The Redskins are still playing the waiting game with Jets wide receiver Laveranues Coles. Jets owner Woody Johnson, General Manager Terry Bradway, and Coach Herman Edwards are scheduled to meet Tuesday to discuss whether to match Coles' offer sheet from the Redskins.

The popular consensus is that Coles will end up in Washington.

Steve Spurrier is also targeting Raghib Ismail and former Titans wide reciever Kevin Dyson for next season. Apparently, Ismail is still undecided about whether to return to the NFL or simply retire.

In other news around the NFC, the Minnesota Vikings are reportedly set to offer Jeff George a contract as early as this afternoon. George would serve as an insurance policy to starter Daunte Culpepper.

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