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Posted at 3:30 PM ET, 02/24/2011

The latest in Dan Snyder-City Paper saga

By Elizabeth Flock
Dan Snyder in a commercial for NFL Touch. (Courtesy NFL)

Contributions by readers of the Washington City Paper for the paper's defense fund against a libel suit filed by Redskins owner Dan Snyder have now grown to $28,000, the Early Lead reported Thursday.

And DC Sports Bog has a hilarious piece out about a poor soul who shares a name with the Redskins coach and isn't too happy with the unwarranted attention he's getting.

In case you missed it, read Gene Weingarten's open letter to Snyder here.

By Elizabeth Flock  | February 24, 2011; 3:30 PM ET
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Congrats Danny Boy on being the laughing stock of the NFL

Posted by: Mike45 | February 24, 2011 10:21 PM | Report abuse

Danny, you really stepped on your pr*ck this time. I imagine only a few thousand people saw the original article or paid much attention. Thanks to your lawsuit, the entire country now has a chance to see you for the little weasel the article describes. Go City Paper!

Posted by: pyrotech | February 26, 2011 2:10 AM | Report abuse

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