Monday, February 27, 2017: What If Everything Works Out For the Redskins and Kirk Cousins? You have to hand it to Kevin Ricca. Sure, he may buy his cutoff jorts in the boys section of the department store (leading to incredibly uncomfortable views for Tim Strachan). Sure, he may have the shortest fuse when it comes to arguing about whether or not Trent Williams should start for the Redskins at tackle or guard (seriously, bring it up when speaking with him). On Hogs Haven and The Audible, however, he serves as that little warning light that flashes over the side mirrors of your car when the lane next to you is occupied. In other words, he is our Chief of Staying In Your Lane (this is secondary
The Dallas Cowboys can’t trade quarterback Tony Romo until March 9, when the league year starts, but they might not have a trade partner anyway. The Dallas Morning News reported the Cowboys are expected to release Romo, “likely within the next two weeks.” That is in line with a report a few weeks ago from ESPN’s Ed Werder that said people close to Romo expected he would be released, not traded. Tony Romo could be cut within the next two weeks, according to a report.
Matt Elam, a highly disappointing former first-round pick for the Baltimore Ravens, wasn’t likely to garner much attention on the free-agent market next month – safeties credited with one tackle on defense in nine games rarely do. According to Miami-Dade police records, Elam was booked into a city correctional facility at 3:45 a.m. He is facing multiple charges: possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis (a felony), possession of cannabis with intent to sell or deliver, possession of a controlled substance, and reckless driving. Police said they pulled Elam over for reckless driving and while searching his car discovered 126 grams of marijuana as well as 3 grams of oxycodone.