The Daily Twitter is a new feature here at Hogs Haven, and, while the plan is to have it post daily at midnight, this inaugural edition of the Daily Twitter is being launched at lunchtime. Look for the next edition at midnight tonight, and then every 24 hours going forward.
We hope you enjoy this new Hogs Haven daily feature.
The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general.
NFL News twitter feed:
Redskins twitter feed:
Tributes are pouring in for Rich Tandler, one of the nicest guys you could have ever met. The Redskins have already said that no one else will ever sit in his FedEx Field seat. Just incredibly sad. https://t.co/P9wYm0MzcK— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) October 17, 2018
Crushed by the news of Rich Tandler's passing. He was the elder statesman of CSN & now NBC Sports Washington. He was a great analyst of the Redskins & a great person. I never saw the guy in a bad mood. I'll miss his sense of humor & always remember his passion for his work. RIP.— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) October 17, 2018
So sad to hear about my friend @TandlerNBCS. Passed away today. One of my favorite people in DC sports media when I played and after. You will be missed my friend— Chris Cooley (@thecooleyzone) October 17, 2018
@HogsHaven @TandlerNBCS Rich, thanks for putting up and working with me so many years ago. Your dedication to the grind inspired me to keep pushing to find my voice and role in covering DC sports. I am, like so many others, better for having worked with you. Rest In Peace— Ken Meringolo (@ItsRainingKen) October 17, 2018
I'm not sure if there's a more universally loved guy on the Skins beat than Rich Tandler. Terrible news to hear of his passing. Always had time for everyone, nobody ever had a bad word to say about him. Thoughts go out to his family and the @NBCSWashington crew.— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) October 17, 2018
Rich Tandler was one of the first guys to truly interact with me about #Redskins news, rumors, and info. There was no question he wouldn't answer, no inquiry he wouldn't address. Such a kind man. This is heart-breaking.#RIPRT— Paul Conner (@P_ConnerJr) October 17, 2018
Just got to Redskins Park and I have no desire to leave my car and enter a room that will never be the same.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) October 17, 2018
Rich Tandler was someone whose presence I enjoyed immensely. Yes, he was kind, funny and a joy to be around but he was also curious. A wonderful person to talk ball with
We lost a good one yesterday. Rich Tandler was a great family man, a passionate ‘Skins analyst and a loyal friend to so many around here for so long. My condolences to his family and everyone at NBC Sports Washington. RIP, RT.— Tarik El-Bashir (@Tarik_ElBashir) October 17, 2018
This is an absolute shock. Rich was an amazing, talented, kind-hearted guy. The Hogs Haven Family sends our sincere condolences to his family. https://t.co/A4eCxzARRM— Hogs Haven (@HogsHaven) October 17, 2018
NFC East offensive ranks. Wow.— Damon A. Salvadore (@DamonSalvadore1) October 16, 2018
27th in points
24th in yards
25th in points
29th in yards
20th in points
18th in yards
24th in points
25th in yards
Updates from #Redskins practice:— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) October 17, 2018
Chris Thompson is in pads. So is Stacy McGee, meaning they have 3 weeks to activate, cut or trade him.
AP looks to have the day off. Richardson and Crowder are out, too. Same for Danny Johnson (forearm).
WATCH LIVE: Quarterback Alex Smith speaks to the media prior to practice Wednesday. https://t.co/mUTr2epYz2— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) October 17, 2018
Would a coach who planned all along to “win now” trade his best player? https://t.co/M6bzX0hHAC— SB Nation NFL (@SBNationNFL) October 17, 2018