Jon Jansen's RV
Well, the runaway most important Redskins storyline as of this moment is the private parts of Casey Rabach. Ah, the Internets.
Jon Jansen has a huge RV stationed in front of Redskins Park, back away from the fancy cars; he and the offensive linemen congregate there after practice. I was getting ready to write about it last Thursday, but I ran out of time, and then events spiraled out of control.
It all started with Bran Weinstein's extremely non-family-friendly blog post concerning an interview with Rabach and Jansen, that I will quote sparingly from, for obvious reasons:
Rabach has a penchant for showing off [edited] in the locker room and did so while we were talking to them...Jansen agreed that Rabach has one of the [edited].. Rabach also was mooning the Fox Morning Show live shot yesterday, which apparently could be seen visibly but from a long distance and you'd have to have known what you were looking for.. Rabach and Jansen admit they are always looking for ways to get their [booty] on TV....
Investigative journalism at its finest. Soon enough, bloggers from Hogs Haven ("Ok then!"), Deuce of Davenport ("Don't you just love football season") , Mister Irrelevant ("Wow") and With Leather ("the homo-eroticism is patent....") weighed in.
Jansen had agreed to chat about his RV with me last week, but I'm guessing he may now reconsider. But let's review some other comments I got from offensive linemen before this story broke:
Taylor Whitley: Got an invite last week but was getting treatment and couldn't go. As of our speaking, had never been inside. "I have no idea man, I've never been in there," he said, when I asked what it was like. "I guess it's just camaraderie, you want to hang out with the guys. It's nice to hang out with the fellas after you're done with a hard day's work. It makes it a little more American."
Mike Pucillo: Never been inside.
Will Whitticker: "As of right now, I don't know anything about that."
Randy Thomas: Claims never to have been inside, nor to know what happens inside. "That's very confidential," he said.
Casey Rabach: "It's kind of just an oasis away from camp....We watch movies, BS, listen to music, nap. You know, whatever." I asked what the nicest amenity was.
"Air conditioning and plumbing," he said, calling the bathroom "damn nice....And the generator's nice, and the refrigerator's nice. Yeah, pretty much the whole damn thing's pretty nice."
Rabach said regulars include Ethan Albright and Mark Brunell, and that Randy Thomas occasionally stops by. The same Randy Thomas who told me he had never been inside. Bizarre. Also, they've been ordering food from local restaurants, and Jansen gets shipments of donuts and other treats from Michigan. You can watch Lindsay Czarniak's take here, which is what turned me on to this story in the first place. Although "turned me on" may be inappropriate, given the circumstances.
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