Three big nuggets of news this morning as I haven't found a Redskins related (even tangentially) bit of minutiae that I didn't feel needed to get posted in this space immediately. We'll start at Extreme Skins which, in their infinite wisdom and access, are going to hold an Ask Jason Campbell session:
The chat session will be conducted Wednesday, Aug. 22 and presented Friday, Aug. 24. Our special forum features upcoming chats and can be found at the following location:
What to ask? You might put it to him how much he hates the Cowboys although he's far too chillaxed to answer that honestly. But it's a fair and deserving question given that they've recently taken it upon themselves to try and ruin one of the best things teh internets have ever produced; I'm talking about Wikipedia, of course, which has completely replaced my brain as the place where I store knowledge. Anyways, Deuce of Davenport, who apparently blogs 24/7, found a Redskins Wikiwar going on.
[Quick Aside: Blogger Chimpanzee Rage found the Wikipedia abuse in question at 4:00AM... which means he was sitting at his computer looking at the Redskins Wikipedia page when the rest of us were asleep. As far as I'm concerned, doing research on Your Washington Redskins that early in the morning qualified CR as an award worthy blogger and master of his craft. He fights the good fight constantly.]
He has the image up at his site though here's what the (since deleted) Cowboys fans put on Your Washington Redskins Wikipedia Page:
"Worst team ever!!!! HAMBURGERS ARE AWESOME!!!"
which either is a brilliant, sarcastic and half hearted attempt to change the page...or just lame. Luckily, no Redskins fan has attached themselves to the Cowboys page recently...just some Philadelphia Eagles fan on August 8th rudely spouting off with incredibly bad spelling, which makes sense for those mouth breathers.
I demand the NFL take blogs and other non-traditional media outlets seriously starting right now. Those of us that toil like this on our own tirelessly to promote the NFL for free are truly the serfs of the league and if every reader that sees this piece tells the league they read NFL blogs and if every blogger that reads this post asks their readers to send a similar sentiment then maybe they will hear us.