- If you aren’t electioned out — and, really, even if you are — this USA Today story on NFL players and the election from yesterday is pretty interesting, and has a strong Redskins presence. (Fred Smoot refers to Leigh Torrence as “a cross between Malcolm X and Charles Barkley,” and Clinton Portis manages to avoid stating an election preference — although DCFab has a picture that seems to make his pick clear.)
- ESPN The Magazine has, oddly enough, two Redskins-related videos up right now. One, the Antwaan Randle El/Santana Moss “For Love Or The Game” segment, is perfectly amusing. The other, a fake movie trailer about Clinton Portis and Shaun Alexander, is … not. To put it kindly.
- And Mike Sellers is using the bye week to be on-hand as his high school jersey is retired at North Thurston High School in Lacey, Washington, on Thursday night. The fact that Mike Sellers went to high school on Sleater Kinney Road makes him twelve times awesomer than I already thought he was. (I know the band is named after the road and not the other way around, but still: awesome.)