Daily Slop: Redskins Media Links Roundup

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Rocky McIntosh does radio interview about recruiting ‘hostesses’; wife not amused | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Washington Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh did an interview with The Sports Junkies on 106.7 The Fan in DC on Wednesday. The Junkies wanted to know about Rocky's days as a high school recruit being courted by big-time colleges, with a …

Darrell Green told Marty Schottenheimer’s wife she wasn’t in Kansas anymore - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Darrell Green’s emotional defense of Redskins tradition on the LaVar and Dukes show this week wasn’t particularly humorous, but there was one sort of funny part that came at the end. Seemed like a different blog post. So you here go.

Redskins Beauty on the Beach | NBC4 Washington
Here is cheerleader Sydney. On the beach. Wearing a necklace instead of a top.

Washington Redskins Lorenzo Alexander: Aces at Giving Back |
NFL players, get enough credit for the good things they do off the field. Given that Washington Redskins’ linebacker and special teams standout Lorenzo Alexander’s charitable foundation, A.C.E.S., recently became eligible to receive a donation from a campaign launched by prointerviews.org, ...

Redskins' few degrees of separation with Super Bowl
Going deep for Redskins' links to Giants and Patriots.

The most famous media day question that never was asked - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Tuesday was media day at the Super Bowl and every year when that rolls around talk turns to the multitude of dumb questions that get asked of the players during that event. Inevitably, the story of the question that Redskins quarterback Doug Williams supposedly was asked prior to Super Bowl XXII comes up.

DALY: If chips fall just right, Peyton Manning's place could be D.C. - Washington Times
Picture Peyton Manning in a Washington Redskins uniform. Just entertain the possibility, even though there's no telling if it'll ever happen. Would he have to slip Terrence Austin a few bucks to gain proprietary rights to the number 18? So many thoughts rush through your head.

Redskins coaches get a break before draft, free agency evaluations - The Insider - The Washington Post
After a week in Mobile, Ala. coaching the Senior Bowl’s South team, the Washington Redskins’ coaches have gone their separate ways for a 10-day vacation. They will report back to team headquarters Feb. 7 for a full-on dive into draft class and free agency evaluations.

Thom Loverro: Grossman among those laboring vs. the man | Thom Loverro | NFL | Washington Examiner
Rex Grossman lost again. This time, the defeat came during Super Bowl week, and he didn't even have to step on a football field.

Top five: Reasons to discredit Manning to D.C. doubters | Kevin Dunleavy | Cheers & Jeers | Washington Examiner
Peyton Manning to the Redskins? Only the national media seem to think it's possible. Here in Washington, all we seem to hear are the reasons it can't happen. Here are five -- and why you shouldn't believe them:

The Redskins Blog | Burgundy And Gold Flavor In Indianapolis

Kyle Shanahan: Rex Grossman was Redskins best playmaker in 2011 - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
For some Redskins fans, even the thought of seeing another appearance of Rex Grossman, starting quarterback is about as appealing as watching a Cowboys-Ravens Super Bowl with Deion Sanders and Adam Archuleta while listening to Larry Michael read ads for Johnny Rockets into a broken PA system.

DALY: If chips fall just right, Peyton Manning's place could be D.C. - Washington Times
Picture Peyton Manning in a Washington Redskins uniform. Just entertain the possibility, even though there's no telling if it'll ever happen. Would he have to slip Terrence Austin a few bucks to gain proprietary rights to the number 18? So many thoughts rush through your head.

Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists - Timesonline.com:
Dick Stanfel, G -- 1956-58 Redskins

SBXLVI, 32 Observations | ProFootballFocus.com
Nathan Jahnke takes a look through the stats and picks out 16 little nuggets for Super Bowl XLVI

Column: From cancer to Super Bowl for Herzlich - Washington Times
The player on the screen was a 6-foot-4, 246-pound bundle of fury, flying across the field in search of another target to attack. Mark Herzlich watched himself over and over again, slamming into opponents, busting up plays and generally creating havoc for the Boston College defense.

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