Because nothing else is happening, per the Official Site Shawn Spring's gone-today-here-tomorrow-but-gone-day-after-tomorrow-but-back-again-today routine is finally over, and he's back:
Springs is scheduled to speak to the media on Wednesday.
Springs attended the birth of his new baby boy recently. He had reported to OTAs on June 5, but had to leave the same day when his wife went to the hospital. He did not return to Redskins Park until Tuesday.
Several players reported that head coach Joe Gibbs announced Springs' new baby during a team meeting on Tuesday morning.
Or maybe it doesn't? Shawn Springs played the majority of his career for the Seahawks and could very easily be playing his last in Washington this year. This raises an interesting question about where the actual players' long-term allegiances stand in this era of free agents and roster recycling. Darrell Green is, presumably, a Redskin at heart. But he also enjoyed exceptional longevity with this team that likely won't be rivaled ever again by anyone on any team. It's easy for us fans to identify our favorite players as Redskins, but do they do the same for us? Will we forever be the favored fan-children of Shawn Springs or is he a Seahawk? Or will he adopt the fans of wherever he ends up next?
Article also puts the quietus on the Shawn Springs to safety rumors that circulated earlier this offseason:
Please do not get injured this year.