- All the emailers who have been curious about Chris Cooley’s odd facemask and futuristic headgear can check out his blog for the details. People who are only mildly curious can be satisfied knowing that it’s an update of the Ridell Revolution, designed to provide better protection against concussions.
- Hog Heaven covers former linebacker Ken Harvey joining the Redskins as Director of Responsibility. I had a chance to talk to Harvey about this briefly today, and asked him if he was going to be like Terry Tate, office linebacker, tackling fans who violated the Code of Conduct. He was polite enough to laugh, and explained that he really is using some of the principles of hapkido in his approach to the job. So that was nice of him.
- And ESPN.com’s Page 2 has an excerpt from the new book about the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990s, Boys Will Be Boys. It would be worth reading — at least for football fans — no matter what, but this particular excerpt brings back all the joy of a Redskins win in 1992 and ties it to the tension of that Cowboys team coming to a head, which made it seem just that much more appealing to me.