Hester wants Bears to sign Santana Moss - CBSSports.com
"Anybody that can come in and help out the team, I’m down for it, and a guy like [Moss] can come in and really help out a lot," Hester said, per the Chicago Tribune. "I’m hoping we can get him."
Redskins official says team was unable to sell season tickets for seats removed from FedEx Field - The Washington Post
Finally, the truth comes out from the Redskins (we all knew it).
Jarvis Jenkins Explains Mini Camp Absences, Says He’s Ready " CBS Washington
Jenkins attended summer school and will arrive in DC on July 25th ready to go.
Clinton Portis on his legacy in D.C. - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
"I really want to just go to an organization that’s kind of stable and has a set offense and be running what they’re familiar with," Portis said. "I just felt the organization was going in a different direction and I didn’t want the blame. It was kind of hard to recover from the situation that I was in, knowing that I gave it my all. And when you feel as if you gave it your all, I don’t look back on D.C. with any regrets."
Forbes: Redskins are 4th-most valuable sports franchise - The Insider
Forbes reports the Redskins have a value of $1.55 billion and says Daniel Snyder’s team has been the most profitable in the NFL in the last decade, averaging an operating income of $76 million. (I expect this to go down. Fans just aren't buying it anymore).
A resolution for the Haynesworth situation | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins should offer to buy Haynesworth out of his contract. (I don't agree with this. He gets another fat check then struts into Philly. Why not just cut him? Even if there is a clause that he can't sign with a NFC East team, no more check$.)
Brandon Graham Had Microfracture Surgery
Graham, the 13th overall selection in the 2010 draft, tore his anterior cruciate ligament against Dallas on Dec. 12 and was lost for the remainder of the campaign. Presumably, it was determined during the operation to repair the ACL that microfracture surgery was needed. Not expected to miss time.
Making the Grade - Offensive Tackles, 2008-2010 | ProFootballFocus.com
Pro Football Focus' Khaled Elsayed discusses the top-graded offensive tackles of the past three seasons.
NFL.com Blogs: Offensive points per game for 2010
Offensive points per game is an important category, one that doesn’t include interceptions returned for touchdowns, punt returns for touchdowns, or any other miscellaneous scoring. Most fans only see points per game, which include all the various types of scoring. But OPPG is the oldest, simplest way of determining the productivity of an offense. Skins are 17.6.