You had Washington Wizards, including Brendan Haywood — seen here in stylish Ed Hardy cap.
Caron Butler was reportedly also there, but he may have been over talking to the man who was runner-up to him as Wisconsin’s Mr. Basketball in 1998, Tony Romo.
Later, when it got more crowded, you could see people staring at Buckhantz, just waiting for him to suddenly shout “NO! NOT POSSIBLE!”
Lindsay Czarniak, in a rare non-working moment pregame.
And Alex Ovechkin, back for another sideline appearance, still in Redskins leather helmet and Sean Taylor jersey (although Jason Campbell has apparently autographed the jersey since Ovechkin’s last visit).
Ovechkin’s pants, however, were neither Redskins themed nor Capitals themed. Instead, they were Dolce & Gabbana themed. One of the more remarkable things about being around professional athletes is the sheer variety of high-level couture sweatpants that are available.