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Redskins wives go head-to-head with Eagles wives in charity hoops game

Tanya Snyder slaps hands with Manjanique Alexander during a charity basketball game. (Matt Terl for the Washington Redskins)

A highlight of the Redskins-Eagles matchup this weekend that was largely overlooked: Wives vs. Wives.

The wives and girlfriends of the Redskins played the Philadelphia WAGs in a charity basketball match Saturday afternoon at the Rutgers campus in Camden, N.J. Organized by Renee Reese (wife of former Eagles linebacker Ike Reese), the game was very real, complete with a heated, on-court chest-bumping spat. ("All in good fun!" Redskins PR told us.) Mike Williams, the Redskins offensive tackle, coached the Washington ladies to a 50-38 victory, thanks to some impressive talent: Roxie McNabb (wife of Donovan), a standout player in her Syracuse days; Annabelle Williams (wife of Roydell Williams), who once got recruited to play pro ball overseas; and coming in for the fourth quarter, none other than the owner's wife, Tanya Snyder.

By The Reliable Source  | October 5, 2010; 1:04 AM ET
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had to find the vid at csn's website. roydell's wife looked like a baller out there. knockin shots all over the place, driving to the hoop. even talking trash with an eagles wife. love it. good job ladies of the redskins!

Posted by: destewar | October 5, 2010 4:45 PM | Report abuse

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