Dan Daly, sports columnist for The Washington Times, gives his take on sports and more.
Pack a lunch. It was a looooong seven days.
The two wheeler-dealers were almost allergic to first-round picks – but thrived, anyway.
And trust me when I say: I don't exaggerate about these things.
The prospect of drafting Robert Griffin III has put the buzz back in Washington.
Which weighs less, a tweet or a Breathe Right nasal strip?
Peyton Manning has his virtues, but not as many, perhaps, as the QB the team DIDN'T sign six years ago.
Maybe it's something in the crème de menthe.
They're like those little bags of peanuts the airlines give you.
RG3 won't come cheap, that's for darn sure.
Big thoughts come in small packages.
The Oscar-nominated actor was witness to one of the most famous games ever.
Where the Knicks point guard intersects with Gilbert Arenas.
Like Hershey's Kisses, only with fewer calories.
Only a handful of players from the Hallowed Halls have made much impact in the league.
Brevity R Us.
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