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Some good news, re: Tomsula:— Hogs Haven (@HogsHaven) January 18, 2019
"The Redskins want to keep him and are confident he’ll stick around. He has family in Florida, and the Redskins allow him the flexibility to go there often."
Keim also mentions they expect Callahan back even though Bengals new HC is interested. https://t.co/PU1p7zpjL0
Washington has been (not so) quietly exploring QB options (both for the future and in case Alex Smith is unable to go.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) January 17, 2019
Not sure they're a 1st round candidate for a QB, but day 2 for Grier could be an option.
Also may look at Andy Dalton if he becomes available.
Not that I'm in 100% belief but nothing sells hope like a 1st round QB.... https://t.co/5UTnLr2OHt— Paul Conner (@P_ConnerJr) January 18, 2019
Almost said this yesterday. If the caveat is you keep Tomsula by keeping Manusky, it stings a little less. https://t.co/B7IZNkAJzx— Paul Conner (@P_ConnerJr) January 18, 2019
Talked to Kyle Shanahan for my @TheAthletic story: “What I regret it for was my dad. He had earned a better situation than that. My dad was as good a coach as I’ve ever been around. He could have gone anywhere. It’s hard for me to know he wasted (his last chance) on Washington.”— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) January 18, 2019
Excl: Dan Snyder, the billionaire owner of the Washington NFL team, asked IMAX to build him a private IMAX movie theatre... on his superyacht.— Rupert Neate (@RupertNeate) January 18, 2019
It cost an additional $3m. https://t.co/snpVzqanUJ
Just went down a "Dan Snyder's new yacht" rabbit hole online and the Super Yacht world is a world I did not know existed a few hours ago.— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) January 18, 2019
I see 15 scouts listed for Washington— Dan Hatman (@Dan_Hatman) January 18, 2019
For $3 mil you could improve the salary, benefits, and/or pension plan of your talent evaluators by $200k each. Most estimates have scout comp ~$20-25/hr
I'd bucket this as an R&D cost and argue happy people are more productive. https://t.co/5WgFb3lEM2
Think of how many Imaxes that could buy.— John Keim (@john_keim) January 18, 2019
I can't wait until he cries poor when the discussion about funding a new stadium comes up and he demands significant portions to be covered by public money.— Brendan Darr (@BrendanDarr) January 18, 2019
And he'll get it because of course he will. https://t.co/UPAy3Bij8V
Never take plays off.— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) January 17, 2019
On one of the biggest plays of the game, the Saints WANTED to run a fake punt into the Eagles *regular defense* because they knew Fletcher Cox was going to play passively from film study. They ran right at him & converted the 1st down. pic.twitter.com/DhlWD8Yt9Q
The market for Nick Foles is probably a lot weaker than most fans think.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) January 17, 2019
Significant questions about whether or not he's just a specific fit for the system he's been in.
"We'd triple mortgage the farm for Wentz, though" said one league person asked.
Spoke with a few people in the @Broncos organization recently. @johnelway really likes NDSU quarterback Easton Stick. Kid has sneaky athleticism and a great arm. Don’t be surprised if Denver takes him #10 overall.— ross (@rosskopp11) January 12, 2019
Alvin Kamara working as a Trash Man today in New Orleans. Each Tuesday of the season, Alvin works a blue-collar trade job.— L_George (@dynasty_idp) January 17, 2019
Credit: @larry_murrow pic.twitter.com/Q9wdEUXAsC
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard, whose moves helped the Colts earn an AFC playoff spot for the first time since 2014 with a 10-6 record, was selected as the 2018 NFL Executive of the Year.— Pro Football Writers (@PFWAwriters) January 17, 2019
The Chicago Bears’ Matt Nagy, who lead the Bears to a 12-4 record and the NFC North title, was selected as the 2018 NFL Coach of the Year, chosen in voting conducted by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA).— Pro Football Writers (@PFWAwriters) January 17, 2019
I mean, what's the worst that could possibly happen? pic.twitter.com/du5Rj5oEjJ— Roberto Shenanigans (@CLE_Shenanigans) January 19, 2019
Cowboys and offensive coordinator Scott Linehan parted ways, ending his five-year stint on Dallas’ coaching staff.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 18, 2019
In addition to internal discussion on Scott Linehan, the #Cowboys have been speaking to outside OC candidates for a few days now, according to a source with knowledge of the team’s decision-making on this one.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) January 18, 2019
Still the craziest end of any game I can remember, crazier than either SB XLIX or Super Bowl LI. Apologies to Packers fans for bringing up bad memories. https://t.co/uu4LDQYFZ8— Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) January 19, 2019
Standing ovation for Barry Trotz in DC. pic.twitter.com/t1w2H3Nrt5— NHL GIFs (@NHLGIFs) January 19, 2019
Man am I sick of walking into D.C. bars and seeing random games on the TVs that are airing for no particular reason and having to ask for the Caps game to be put on. We're the Stanley Cup Champions, for God's sake. #ALLCAPS— Michael Jenkins (@JenksNBCS) January 19, 2019
All-time Michael Beasley moment. Goes to scorer’s table to check in, denied because he’s wearing wrong shorts. pic.twitter.com/naGxnQXqgM— Kyle Kuzwob (@WorldWideWob) January 18, 2019