The bounty lawsuit which names the Washington Redskins as a defendant moves forward.
The Washington Redskins have been suffering through a really bad season in 2013. Great read from Dan Steinberg at The Washington Post on the Redskins first-year radio analyst Chris Cooley. Click this link to read it. Related articles Friday Conversation: Chris Cooley (espn.go.com) Cooley: Redskins should ditch read-option (washingtonpost.com) Cooley: Cousins a better pocket passer(…)
Great read from Mike Wise at The Washington Post wrapping the year in review for pro sports in Washington, D.C. Click this link to read it. (H/T Pat)
Given today’s news, at his post-game press conference, compare what Mike Shanahan says in the video above with what then-Coach Steve Spurrier said at his final Redskins presser. You be the judge.
Via The Redskins Blog, just in case all you thought an NFL broadcaster did on game day was go to the stadium, guess again. The day after broadcasting the Steelers/Ravens game on Thanksgiving, the Sunday Night Football crew visited Redskins Park to watch practice, hold meetings with players and coaches, and prepare for Sunday nights game.
Al’s gotta learn the Redskins fight song eh?
Straight out of the deranged mind of a Liberal. The Bullets changed to the Wizards which is a horrible name. This is worse than that.
You think? James Antle explains at The National Interest (click the link in the title to read it). ICYMI, Rick Reilly explained why the vast majority of Native Americans have no problem with the name. Related articles Rob Ford’s press conference tie features Redskins logo (washingtonpost.com) Redskins name controversy: Native American leaders thank President Obama(…)