July 23, 2010

Weekend Roundup: Randle El Opens Up

Antwaan Randle El isn't a bad guy. He always seemed to be a decent individual. But he couldn't play worth beans much less $31 million.

Needless to say, I was thrilled to see Mike Shanahan give Randle El the boot.

Now back in Pittsburgh, Randle El opened up about everything wrong with the Redskins last week. Thanks for the critique. Now go do that annoying celebration in Pittsburgh when you catch your one TD pass a season.

Bruce Allen: "[Donovan McNabb] is gonna be a great Redskin for years to come."

Still waiting for Trent Williams to sign. In fact, the Cowboys are the only team to have signed their first-round pick. They inked WR Dez Bryant to a five-year contract worth up to $11.8 million ($8.3 million guaranteed).

Rich Tandler thinks there could end up being quite a bit of pressure on Donovan McNabb in 2010.

Here's NFL.com's Official Redskins Training Camp Preview. I wrote the column on the right!

Mike Wise has a a great piece on why the 'Skins should compromise with Fat Albert. And he's dead right. Like I've been saying, the Redskins need Haynesworth because he's that good. Fortunately, Haynesworth's stock is so low, he will probably need to perform well so he can attract a new team in 2011.

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