The Redskins’ Real Reason for Keeping Quiet in Free Agency

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I have learned this morning of the possible reason the Washington Redskins, and more importantly their owner, Dan Snyder have been unusually quiet this off-season.
WTOP Radio in Washington D.C. reported this morning that a number of Jet Airplanes at Dulles International Airport have been inaccessible because of a collapsed roof of their Jet Center due to the amount of snow the D.C. area received in February.
One of those Jets, you guessed it, Dan Snyder's.
So maybe, just maybe, the explanation for the calm at Redskin Park is because Danny Boy can't hop on his jet and whisk away to far off lands to sign that sexy free agent he is so known for doing.
Maybe next off-season, long after the repairs are completed to the roof, us Skins fans can put a big pad lock on the Jet Center to keep Mr. Snyder grounded for another year and let his General Manager do his job.
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