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If one dirtbag comes to the aid of another dirtbag, does that nullify their inhumanity or make it exponentially worse?
Just think of all the new items that would be available at FedEx Field concession stands. Dim Sum. Shrimp Tempura. Chicken Katsu. We must make this happen.
Outside the Lines devoted its program today to the controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins’ name. The panel the show assembled to discuss the issue didn’t agree on everything… but did at least say one thing all of us can rally around.
For years, coach hirin’, free agent spendin’ Dan Snyder has hapzardly thrown money at the Washington Redskins, hoping – really, praying – that something would stick. It rarely did. But in 2008 particularly, Snyder screwed up because his GM forgot that Dan Snyder needs to be kept from being Dan Snyder.
Halloween is fast approaching (next Wednesday!) and most of the parties are happening this weekend, so that leaves you with little time to prepare if you remain uncloaked for the festivities. Fear not! We at SportsGrid have decided to ease your last-minute costume troubles with a few suggestions of our own. Sports related costumes are just the best. Amirite, homeless Dan Snyder?
Good weekend for Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder. Yesterday, his team opened its 2011 season with a 28-14 win over the division rival New York Giants. And the day before, Snyder took his most significant action to date in his absurd lawsuit against the Washington City Paper over this piece: he ended it.
NY Times Reporter Asks Daniel Snyder What He Thinks About Fans Who Want Him To “Sell The Team Or Die”
When Dan Snyder sued the Washington City Paper over a highly unflattering story about Snyder’s highly unflattering tenure as owner of the Washington Redskins, everyone seemed to realize Snyder was making a mistake except Snyder himself. Well, not so fast – Snyder might realize he made a mistake, too.