CANTON, Ohio (AP) The Miami Dolphins could be the only legitimate challenger to New England's AFC East dominance.
The Dallas Cowboys hope they will be a true threat in the NFC East, where both the defending division champion Redskins and the Giants are more highly regarded.
For two teams with so many question marks heading toward the 2013 season, an extra exhibition game can't be a terrible thing provided no key players get hurt in Sunday night's Hall of Fame game.
Miami already has some injury concerns, with starting receivers Mike Wallace (groin) and Brian Hartline (left calf) hobbled in practice this week.
Dallas quarterback Tony Romo had offseason surgery for a cyst on his back, and coach Jason Garrett has been close-mouthed on Romo's availability for the lone game this weekend. Only Dallas and Miami will play five exhibitions this summer.
Five things to look for in Dolphins vs. Cowboys:
1. WHERE ART THOU, ROMO?: After signing a huge contract (six years, 108 million with 55 mi...