Good morning. Yesterday’s headline involved a certain Washington QB. Last night, this was a top headline on Twitter:
Imagine you saw that in 2019?
Haskins tweeted an apology, saying he spoke with coach Ron Rivera on Monday and "took full responsibility for putting the team at risk. It was irresponsible and immature and I accept responsibility for my action." He also issued an apology to his teammates for "creating a distraction during our playoff push."
A source told ESPN later in the day that Haskins is telling people he hired the strippers for a private party at a hotel suite. That’s awesome, but 6 is a lot of strippers. Were 3 strippers not enough for the guy?
Check your waivers for these guys:
Not this week, not again this fantasy season
The Tampa Bay Times reports Ronald Jones (COVID-19, finger) is expected to miss Week 16 against the Lions.
Deebo Samuel (hamstring) did not practice on Tuesday. He won’t be back this year.
49ers placed RB Raheem Mostert on injured reserve with a left high-ankle sprain, ending his season.
Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore (quad) will undergo season-ending surgery. This is great news for Josh Allen, who historically struggled against the Pats.
Imagine if Marshall Faulk played in today’s NFL
What could’ve been Josh Gordon
Just one day after Gordon returned to the Seahawks active roster, this:
Gordon is allowed to be with the team, but not practice or play. A lot of work from Gordon and his camp went into getting to this point. We are all hoping for the best for Josh Gordon, the person and player.
Video of the day: Craziest Fan Distractions of All-Time
And it’s embedded^^^
Tom Brady is an absolute savage
Club Shay Shay @ClubShayShay.@TonyDungy defends putting Tom Brady at No. 6 as his toughest QB to coach against: “Who I put ahead of Tom Brady: Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Steve Young, guys who could move. Not to say Tom wasn’t great, but that extra dimension meant something to me.” https://t.co/MyWuy41IZZ
Question of the day: Should the NFL be able to discipline players for recreational drug use if it does not enhance their performance?