Nothing queer about it, Joe. Everyone like tight ends.
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News Redskins: "Kirk Cousins is the right quarterback to move us past the 40-hour Robert Griffin III era"
"This is a team in flux," said Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan. "Way back on Thursday we had Robert Griffin III. And while that was an exciting time full of potential, football is about more than headlines and fun. I think our fans will look back fondly at those 40 hours, but as an organization it's time we past all the hoopla and into a new era. We feel Kirk Cousins provides the steadiness that we are looking for as a team right now."
Cousins says he is excited to take the reins of the Redskins, but admitted it is a tough situation.
"I won't say it's going to be easy to come in here right away and fill RGIII's shoes," said the former Michigan State signal caller. "The guy accomplished about as much as a quarterback can in an evening, a full day and then the next morning. But my time is now at least until the Redskins sign or trade for a quarterback, which they will probably do later this week."
T-shirts, stadium, players, games really everything about the Redskins is depressing.
Yet all that is about to end in a few weeks when he is selected in the NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins.
"I'm normally a happy-go-lucky guy," said Griffin, sitting courtside as he watched the Baylor women's basketball team win the national championship. "But ever since the Redskins traded up to take me No. 2, I've been trying to enjoy every last moment because it's all going to go downhill pretty fast. I have a death sentence. And I say that as an optimist."
With the NFL Draft scheduled to begin on April 26th, Griffin is counting down the days until he becomes a Redskin by checking things off of his bucket list.
"I'm going to go skydiving, I want to see Asia, I plan to learn the guitar," said Griffin. "There's so much I want to see and do and enjoy before it's too late. What's coming really makes me treasure all the time I have left. Becoming a Redskin is a curse, but it's also a blessing. It's the only way to look at it that will keep you from stepping in front of a bus."
Whoa! Whoa! Pump the breaks. Literally. You might hit someone.
"Okay, we'll have two dozen parmesan garlic wings and two mediocre receivers."
News Report: NFL Team Has Been Openly and Purposely Using Offensive "Redskins" Term for Nine Decades
"I would like to apologize to anyone that we offended on behalf of the entire Washington Redskins organization," said team owner Daniel Snyer. "I mean, not the Redskins organization. Umm the whole NFL football franchise based here in Washington, D.C. I have reviewed the situation, and the offensive term was only used 2,346,187 times by members of this franchise. It is our hope that it never happens again, at least until after we get around to possibly changing the name."
Snyder said that the franchise has thought about changing its team name in the past, but other issues have always pushed it to the back-burner.
"We've also asked around and not everyone or even every Native American finds 'Redskins' offensive, so that should count for something," said Snyder. "Whoops. I said it again. Push that number up to 2,346,188."