- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 26, 2008

TODAY’S BEST BET ON TELEVISION

You don’t have to work on Thursday, so you can stay up late to watch the Maui Invitational title game. 10 p.m., ESPN

NEWSMAKERS ” WHO’S MAKING HEADLINES THIS WEEK

Michael Vick

After another guilty plea today, speculation intensifies about the former Hokies and Falcons star’s return to the NFL.

Charlie Weis

Fans pelted his team with snowballs as it lost to Syracuse on Saturday. They should have aimed for Weis, who probably would mistake it for ice cream.

Matt Cassel

Six touchdowns and 815 yards over the last two games have offseason suitors lining up. Bill Belichick won’t make that mistake.

Donnie Walsh

The remaking of Zeke’s Knicks begins in earnest as Walsh jettisons his two best players for expiring contracts to make way for …

LeBron James

The superstar is going to make for some bad NBA games over the next two years as teams clear cap room in an attempt to sign him … in 2010.

ON WASHINGTONTIMES.COM EXCERPT FROM REDSKINS 360

Ryan O’Halloran shared some off-day “leftovers” yesterday on our Redskins blog, Redskins 360:

— Jason Campbell on Clinton Portis: “We don’t see Clinton Monday [through] Friday - only in the meeting room, that’s it. But then he shows up on Sunday for the game and does what he’s supposed to do, and he knows all his assignments. He’s playing tough.”

— I would be surprised if Santana Moss isn’t fined for his head-slap of former Maryland player Josh Wilson. The league is handing out fines for late hits and cheap shots, and they want to curb this kind of behavior. Best guess: $15,000.

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