Nasty (And Not Like Ken Griffey) Depending on the given year, I’ll spend somewhere around 50 days a year on the road working and occasionally this requires hotel stays on my part. I’ve stayed at a lot weird spots over the years; there was the seedy New Hampshire […]
http://twitter.com/#!/riggo44/status/101373715635384320 Even before the Eagles continued Operation Crush Free Agency by signing former Giants receiver Steve Smith, Washington Redskins legend John Riggins wasn’t exactly excited by Rex Grossman’s proclamation that the Skins will win the NFC East.
The New England Patriots concluded a busy day of activity by reportedly landing former Cincinnati Bengal and diva receiver supreme Chad Ochocinco through a trade on Thursday for two draft picks in 2012 and 2013. He arrives to New England after a tough pair of seasons to close […]
The Redskins and Vikings have tentatively reached an agreement to send Donovan McNabb to Minnesota for a sixth round pick in 2012 and a conditional sixth round pick in 2013. The most important concept of the deal is McNabb’s contract, which is not friendly to Minnesota’s cap situation. […]
So you’re going to the strip club with Santana Moss, yes? Editor’s Note: Moss will be a free agent and is not likely to be in a camp when players report this weekend according to that bastion of journalistic integrity, Jeremy Shockey.
The Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and New England Patriots form three of the six NFL teams amongst the top 10 most valuable franchises in sports, according to Forbes.
It appears we are days away from a collective bargaining agreement and the expedient return of football.
Donovan McNabb appeared on the The Real Robinson Report recently with Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson to discuss the upcoming season and what happened in 2010 with the Redskins. The former Pro Bowl quarterback had a special message for all of those sipping the McNabb-flavored Haterade: keep doubting him […]
Earlier this week on Philly’s sports talk gabfest, 610 WIP, former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Ike Reese suggested that the Birds go after Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth. After reading comments from a recent radio interview with Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, I wouldn’t be surprised to see […]
It appears we can’t go more than 72 hours without someone popping off about the oft-maligned Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb. In a showing of compassion, talking head Rush Limbaugh defended McNabb in the wake of the “not black enough” card played by Bernard Hopkins last week.