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Daily Slop: McNabb and Cooley Still Gelling; Redskins Cheerleaders Video

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Redskins Insider - Donovan McNabb, Chris Cooley developing rapport
"We got out of the huddle on a couple of plays [against Buffalo] and he looks at me and says, 'Hey. Be smart Cooley.' And I think, 'Yeah, I know what he wants. I know what he means by that.' So we'll continue to grow in that kind of partnership. And he'll grow with all the receivers as well."

The 2010 Dead Man Suit Award Is Slightly Confusing
Hilarious award Redskins players give out to 1 player. Some great pictures as well from the Welcome Home Luncheon.

Mike Wise - Jim Zorn returns, still seeing the positives from his time as Redskins coach
There is no pregame rally planned, no "Return of the King" headlines. Not even a buzz cut hung in effigy. (Hogs Haven mentioned in such piece).

Beauties on the Beach: Redskins Cheerleader Calendar Part 1
What do you say about seeing a hot blonde Redskins cheerleader, who used to be a gymnast, showing off her video shoot? Video after the jump.

Seattle Seahawks talk to agents of San Diego Chargers' Vincent Jackson - ESPN
The Chargers plan to place Jackson on the roster exemption list at midnight eastern Friday if he doesn't report. There were no indications he will show up. If he lands on the roster exempt list, Jackson -- along with unsigned left tackle Marcus McNeill -- faces a three-game suspension once he has signed. • Blog network: NFL Nation If he lands on the roster exempt list, Jackson -- along with unsigned left tackle Marcus McNeill -- faces a three-game suspension once he has signed.NFL Network agrees to deal with National Cable Television Cooperative - ESPN

NFL Network agrees to deal with National Cable Television Cooperative - ESPN
NFL Network has agreed to a deal with the National Cable Television Cooperative to add the channel to more cable systems.

New York Giants' Jim Sorgi can't throw, surprised he's so hurt - ESPN New York
The shoulder injury to Giants quarterback Jim Sorgi is more serious than he orginally thought.