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My Quest For Answers Must Wait Another Year

I was about to ask the owner about why he chooses this week to speak when the dang thing ended. Oh well, I'll try again next April.

Have to say for me the highlight of the whole presser was Snyder's unsolicited revisting of his meeting with Lloyd at the owner's meetings in Arizona (Springs was there too I am told). He said the WR looks great and that "we're really proud of him."

Wow. So coming off that debacle of last season Lloyd spend a few weeks working out and he's getting platitudes from the guy who signs the checks. Man, I need to get a resume on file at Redskins Park (or is it already much too late?)

Must have been one heck of a dinner they had last month. Guess the wideout didn't spit on anyone's steak. I get trying to build the kid back up a bit and put a positive spin on him and trying to set the table for what had better be a much, much improved season from another player they drastically overspent for (in terms of picks and salary), but come on.

We'll see how Brandon matures and how he treats some of the so-called "little people" around Redskins Park this season. I hope his coworkers, whether it be coaches, teammates, secretaries, cafeteria employees, whoever, see a different side of the kid this season.

Other than that, about what you'd expect from a draft week presser, and as I said before, understandably so. It makes no sense to do it any other way and we're grateful for the chance to ask a few questions either way.

By Jason La Canfora  |  April 24, 2007; 6:29 PM ET
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