D.C. – This time last year, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder had a big problem: His football team couldn’t stay out of the headlines. Excessive attention isn’t normally a problem for the master marketer, but the press wasn’t for wins or losses, outrageous free agent contracts or the social media trials and tribulations of the team’s sensitive starting quarterback. 243 more words
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Normally, you might think that the team that holds the No. 1 pick is in the best position in the NFL draft. That’s not the case this year. 282 more words
Santana Moss will turn 36 this offseason, caught just 10 passes last season and is not currently under contract to any NFL team. But that doesn’t necessarily mean his NFL career is over. 230 more words
What’s even more freaking insane? The ‘Skins pulling off the steal of Free Agency by signing the man they call Pot Roast. The ‘Skins new GM Scot McCloughan wanted to clear up any misconceptions just for those who thought he would be rusty following a brief hiatus from the league. 404 more words
WASHINGTON – The lack of buzz was startling and new.
While the Redskins have done a much better job under team president Bruce Allen in limiting their old desire to sign splashy names and stars who shined elsewhere, they still had a penchant for curious contracts. 716 more words
John Feinstein dropped by CBS Sports Radio’s The DA Show on Thursday night to discuss Dan Snyder’s latest fiasco.
“Only Dan Snyder and the people who work for him could turn the launching of a local radio show into a national story and a national embarrassment,” Feinstein began, “but Snyder has been doing that consistently for a long time now – on and off the field. 594 more words