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Tornado Warning at Redskins Park

With a tornado warning, or watch, or something hovering around Redskins Park, everyone was ordered onto the lower level. Santana Moss yelled for the person driving his car to park and come inside. Minister of Information Karl Swanson emerged to tell the media to flee to safety downstairs. Figured he would have just left us there to be swept away to Nebraska.

"It's getting REAL physical out there," observed Kedric Golston, when the rain began to fall. But Golston expressed concern when the entire administrative staff fled downstairs.

"Y'all can't shut down the whole operation just because of a tornado," he observed. "We've still got to get some work done."

Chris Cooley, meantime, spent the tornado warning regaling the media with tales of bacon-eating contests and late-night Mountain Dew consumption, playing off today's Shutdown Corner post. He also said Todd Yoder refuses to eat vegetables. Meantime, Jim Zorn was eating a salad for lunch, unconcerned about the weather, and Colt Brennan wandered about with the odd combination of white flip-flops and black socks.

They should hold tornado warnings every day.

By Dan Steinberg  |  June 4, 2008; 3:14 PM ET
Categories:  Redskins  
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