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Posted at 11:35 AM ET, 12/20/2010

John Beck's mullet is majestic

By Dan Steinberg

(Photos by Ricky Carioti and John McDonnell - TWP)


A few weeks back, I was in the Redskins' locker room in Ashburn when John Beck walked by, talking to one of the team's public-relations pros. He mentioned that he would not be cutting his hair until the playoffs were over. And he made it clear that his hairstyle preference was a mullet.

This story exploded onto the Internet two weeks ago, when an image of Beck's mullet first surfaced. Back then, he was a mostly forgotten No. 3 QB who was inactive every game. Now, he's the Redskins' back-up quarterback, and has been virtually assured by Mike Shanahan a chance to show what he can do in a real-live game.

Which means the majestic mullet you see in these images will likely be representing your favorite NFL franchise under center within the near future. That's a good thing.

The length of Kyle Shanahan's slacks is perhaps less good, but maybe he's going for that short-panted thing the hipsters do nowadays. Also, nice to see Donovan McNabb paying tribute to Gilbert Arenas's beard.


By Dan Steinberg  | December 20, 2010; 11:35 AM ET
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McNabb already growing the playoff beard for whatever team he's QBing next year.

Posted by: FeelWood | December 20, 2010 12:35 PM | Report abuse

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