I firmly believe that everyone has a marketable talent in life, with some being more useful and lucrative than others.
For example, Redskins receiver Anthony Armstrong has the ability run sub-4.4 times and haul in acrobatic passes at full speed. That’s a marketable talent that has served him well.
Earlier today, he proved that he could also make ketchup artwork, at the Johnny Rockets “Bring On Spring” Celebration. Armstrong is what you might call “a dual threat” (via @DCJOHNNYROCKETS): Read more »
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As the holiday season has approached, we’ve spent a lot of time focused on the players contributions back to their communities, and how wonderful it is that they stay involved.
The part that’s often forgotten in these situations is the impact on the beneficiaries of the holiday cheer–especially the children.
These are a little past due, but they just passed my desk, and warranted being passed along to you. The stories will melt even the Scrooge-iest of hears.
Tip of the cap to local television stations ABC-7 and NBC-4 for covering the impact of Redskins community outreach events, on those that receive. Read more »
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