Few Redskins players draw more heated fan reaction than Ryan Grant. In three seasons with Washington, Grant has never missed a game, but he also hasn't produced much. His career stats: 39 catches for 412 yards and two touchdowns. Regardless, Jay Gruden and the Redskins coaching staff appreciates Grant in a way few fans understand. Grant is able to back up both the slot and outside receivers, and knows the roles of all the players. "He’s really strong, he’s in great shape, and he’s Mr. Consistent," Gruden said of Grant. "Everything we ask him to do he does, and he does it right." When Jamison Crowder missed time in Richmond with a hamstring strain, Grant stepped into Crowder's slot role. When
Chris Van Heerden, a professional boxer who gained a lot of notoriety from his sparring session with Conor McGregor, sits down with FightHub to discuss Conor McGregor's punching power. "You know what, I'm gonna say this again, and I'm not one guy that says what I think the people want to hear, I call a spade a spade and I'm gonna say this: we had 16oz gloves on, we had headgears on — I was not phased by his power at all! I wasn't. And I've been in the ring with a lot of guys that can hit. And I've been hit harder, way harder, by guys with 16oz gloves and headgear on. I was not phased so it's difficult for me to say what his power's like because honestly, I was not phased. Not at all. "His best
Dedric Lawson was accused of walking out on an $88 tab, according to a police report obtained by the Memphis Commercial-Appeal, but the general manager of the restaurant released a statement clearing the player of wrongdoing. Here’s what was alleged to have happened: Lawson was at a restaurant in Overton Square in Memphis at 1:30 a.m. when he was handed a bill for more than $88 by a waitress. Appearing on 92.9 FM, an ESPN radio station in Memphis, he said that he ordered two drinks worth a total of $10.50 and gave the waitress $12, but she wanted him to pay for drinks that were ordered by other people for other people.