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  1. Dude. It's ALL dudes. Whatever floats your boat...
  2. FYI PFT: Jerry Jones will draft at home alone, with no one to stop him
  3. No **** Sherlock. We've turned away ALL trade offers because they LOVE Chase. This is as much as an iron clad lock as R3 was.
  5. Ron didn't even have him on his draft board. And neither Ron or Turner are big fans of him. Doug needs to reel the kiddie leash in on him.
  6. With the First pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the.... NO ONE HERE CARES. GET TO #2 Jackhole And with the Second overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the WASHINGTON REDSKINS select ... Ohio State Buckeye Defensive End... CHASE YOUNG And there was much rejoicing in Redskins Land. And at this time, it looks like we're done for tonight unless the Browns want to come off that #10 pick for Trent. If you signed up for it, don't forget about this: Tune In To The Washington Redskins 2020 Virtual Draft Experience Join us LIVE on social media from Thursday, April 23 to Saturday, April 25 for our 2020 Virtual Draft Experience presented by 7-Eleven! Thursday: 7:45 PM Friday: 7 PM Virtual Draft Party With Special Guest Host Wale Saturday: 6 - 9 PM The 2020 Virtual Draft Experience is a live stream broadcast featuring guest host Wale, influencers, Redskins coaches and current and former Redskins players such as Dwayne Haskins and Brian Mitchell just to name a few! You can also interact throughout the show for chances to win exclusive Redskins and 7-Eleven prizes! RSVP below so that we can count you IN for the show!
  7. Jerry Jones will draft at home alone, with no one to stop him Posted by Michael David Smith on April 23, 2020, 9:30 AM EDT When the Cowboys’ football staff is gathered together in one draft room, owner and General Manager Jerry Jones has final say — but sometimes Jones would get talked out of making a splashy move, most famously when his son Stephen Jones convinced him to draft guard Zack Martin instead of quarterback Johnny Manziel. This year, Jones will make the Cowboys’ pick from his home, with no one else around. Which means no one will be there to physically restrain him, if it comes to that. And Jones joked that in the past, it would come to that. “One of the things I’m not going to miss is when I came out of those draft rooms over the weekend, my old shins used to have big old bruises on them,” Jones said. “That was from Stephen kicking me under the table for three straight days relative to some of our decision-making. I know that we have a serious conference here, but I think I’m going to kind of miss that physical punching that goes on. I told him one time, I asked him where he got his strength when he was 16 years old, he had his uncle down, about to kill him, choked him. He was a big boy, that uncle. And I said, ‘I don’t feel that when I’m rasslin with you.’ He said, ‘Well, you don’t squeeze your daddy as hard as you can.’ The point is, I’m going to miss a little of that punching around at the table as we’re conducting this draft.” Jones says he doesn’t expect any technical difficulties when communicating with the league office or with other teams on trades. “I’m very comfortable that the technical capability is very much here,” Jones said. When it’s time for the Cowboys to make the call, it will be Jerry and Jerry alone making it.
  8. They drop like a rock when they get shot. I'm going beskar.
  9. Mine was pending Friday afternoon & cleared Monday afternoon. And with direct deposit, no signature from Agolf Twitler.
  10. For Immediate Release April 15, 2020 WALE TO HOST REDSKINS VIRTUAL DRAFT PARTY PRESENTED BY 7-ELEVEN LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that Washington, D.C. native and Grammy nominated rapper Wale will be guest hosting the Redskins Virtual Draft Party presented by 7-Eleven. Wale will join the Redskins Virtual Draft Party on Saturday, April 26 at 6:00 p.m. He’ll also produce exclusive Redskins content during Draft Week, including producing and directing three Redskins music highlight videos featuring tracks from his latest album Wow… That’s Crazy. “Football has always been a part of my life, as a player and a fan,” said Wale. “I’m honored to support D.C. and the Redskins by hosting a virtual draft during the quarantine. Given the current circumstances, unity is more important than ever. I need everyone to stay home and stay safe while we celebrate together.” Wale is a multi-platinum selling rapper/actor/poet from Washington, D.C. who is best known for his hit singles “Lotus Flower Bomb” and “Bad.” He has produced topBillboard 200 Albums, The Gifted (2013) and The Album About Nothing (2015). His critically acclaimed sixth studio album, Wow… That’s Crazy was released last fall and debuted at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 making it his fourth U.S. Top 10 album. Wale grew up an avid Washington Redskins fan and played football at Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Md. and attended Robert Morris University and Virginia State University on football scholarships before beginning his musical career. All coverage will be streamed live on the Redskins’ Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages. Registration for the Virtual Draft Party is free for all fans at
  11. They went batsht crazy in 3. Just finished Season 4. Not sure which I'm waiting for more next, Season 5 or Ozark 4
  12. I'm about halfway through Season 3 now. Season 1 scene where Denver tells Monica that she's got "the syndrome" had me rolling.
  13. Finished Ozark? Here’s your next addiction. Its a bit different as it’s actually a series from Spain, but switch it to the English audio track & you’re all set. First season is 13 shows. Season 4 just dropped.
  14. For Immediate Release April 8, 2020 BRANDON SCHERFF SIGNS FRANCHISE TENDER LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that guard Brandon Scherff has signed his franchise tender. Last season, Scherff played and started in 11 games while only giving up one and a half sacks and was named to the Pro Bowl. Scherff is entering his sixth NFL season after originally being selected by the Redskins in the first round (5th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. For his career, Scherff has appeared in 65 regular season games with 65 starts. Scherff has earned Pro Bowl selections three times in his career in 2016, 2017 and 2019. In 2015, he was named a PFWA All-Rookie performer. Scherff, 28, played collegiately at Iowa from 2011-14, where he received the Outland Trophy, which is awarded annually to the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman. He also earned unanimous consensus All-American honors and was named first-team All-Big Ten for the second consecutive season. He also won the Rimington-Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year award in the Big Ten Conference. Scherff was born on Dec. 26, 1991, and attended Denison High School in Denison, Iowa.