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Jason Taylor Released

Posted by Matt Terl on March 2, 2009 – 4:09 pm

Hey, remember last week when I made my case for Jason Taylor? I had this whole statistical argument for why I thought he was going to put up legitimate numbers next season — and that was BEFORE the Albert Haynesworth signing.

Well, here’s the good news: I might’ve been wrong.

The bad news is, if I was right and he does rebound from a wildly disappointing year, he’ll be doing it for another team, because he was released from the Redskins today.

So why did he go?
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Two Press Conferences Tomorrow

Posted by Matt Terl on March 2, 2009 – 10:58 am

The press conferences for DeAngelo Hall and Derrick Dockery will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, at 5:00 in the evening.

This seems like a sensible move. It’s a snowy day here and the roads are something of a mess; it’s probably best not to ask the entire media throng — not to mention the players — to make their way through that.

But for those of you who have been eagerly anticipating these pressers since Friday … well, just a little bit longer now. Hang in there. Read more »


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Monday, March 2: General Agreement On A Metaphor

Posted by Matt Terl on March 2, 2009 – 10:18 am

Hey, I need a catchy, topical hook for my article about how the football team based in Washington D.C. has signed a number of big ticket free agents in a short time span. Can you think of anything? I mean, has there been any financial news out of D.C. lately? Anything about spending, or offering large sums of cash? Anyone have any ideas along those lines?

Bleacher Report: Redskins stimulus package tops 150 million

Bareknucks.com: Redskins Economic Stimulus

Adam Schefter at NFL.com: Snyder’s stimulus plan

Mark Newgent, Washington Redskins Examiner: “How are Dan Snyder and Vinny Cerrato affording this spending spree? I can only surmise that some politician put an earmark for Pro Football Inc. (the Redskins holding corporation) into the stimulus bill.”

Jeffri Chadiha at ESPN.com: Haynesworth might be D.C.’s stimulus

Akhorus at HailRedskins.com: Cerrato’s stimulus package

Spence, at DC Pro Sports Report: “Finally, a memo to Jim Zorn: Your job is on the line, hombre. The owner just spent a fair chunk of the U.S. stimulus package to make your job easier.”

… Yeah, I’m not coming up with anything either. If only the economy was in the news more, I’m sure it’d be easier. Read more »


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