Donovan McNabb Needs To Mind His Own Business

RG3, right, and Donovan McNabb, left. (Photo:

Hey, Donovan, what’s the big idea? Quit being bitter because Redskins Nation has fallen in love with RG3 10-times faster than they fell in love with you. Maybe if you had been productive in your time in DC, Redskins fans would have loved you the way they love Robert Griffin III.  Continue reading


Deacon Jones Greatest Hits

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While it is easy to mourn the loss of a friend, family member, colleague, or even our greatest sports hero, I often like to take time to remember and celebrate the life that was. Here, in this post, I present to you a collection of Deacon Jones Greatest Hits. (Youtube Videos are not mine) Continue reading

Redskins Yearbook: Jordan Bernstine

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In this series called “Redskins Yearbook”, I will go back and revisit and repost interviews I’ve done with three of the Redskins rookies from last season. The first in this series is safety Jordan Bernstine.  Continue reading

Why You Need To Read Michael Vick’s “Finally Free”

English: Mike Vick with Philadelphia

English: Mike Vick with Philadelphia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Personally, I’m not one for books. Unless it’s an ESPN The Magazine or a Sports Illustrated, I’m not one for reading at all. That, however, changed after I read Michael Vick’s book Finally Free. Continue reading

Redskins Sign Kevin Matthews

Today, the Washington Post is reporting that the Washington Redskins have signed former Tennessee Titans center Kevin Matthews. Matthews is a three year veteran of the league and has spent them all with the Titans prior to coming to DC.

To make space for the incoming offensive lineman, the Redskins released Kyle Wilborn.

Throughout his three-year NFL career, Matthews has appeared in 17 games and has started three of them. In 2012, Matthews appeared in fourteen games and has primarily played center. He is a product of hard work as he originally was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Texas A&M in 2010 to the practice squad. He then battled his way onto the game roster and eventually started the season finale.

Matthews certainly has the football pedigree in his family. His father is NFL Hall of Famer Bruce Matthews. His uncle, Clay Matthews Jr., was a four time Pro Bowler and played for the Browns and the Falcons throughout his 19 year career. His cousin is Packers linebacker Clay Matthews III. His other cousin is Casey Matthews who was selected by the Eagles in the fourth round of the NFL Draft in 2011. Kevin’s two brothers are currently offensive linemen at his alma mater of Texas A&M.

Hopefully, this will help end the late-season merry-go-round that was the middle of the Redskins offensive line. Wilborn will likely compete with Will Montgomery, who was injured against the Browns last season, for playing time at center and Josh LeRibeus and Kory Lichtensteiger will play at right and left guard.