When the name of recently suspended (again) Redskins tight end Fred Davis gets mentioned, wasted potential comes to mind. 106.7 The Fan’s Grant and Danny discuss a career gone “off the tracks.”
Virginia regulators say policyholders who face possible cancellation of their insurance under the new health care law may have a temporary reprieve available to them.
Rob Jackson, who returns to the Redskins roster, along with Jarvis Jenkins, after having served a 4-game suspension, still isn’t sure why he was allowed to continue to use the team’s facility during his suspension, but Jenkins wasn’t.
The later rounds of the NFL Draft provide plenty of guys the second chance they need to right the wrongs of their college years, like Redskins’ 6th round pick Bacarri Rambo, who Tony Barnhart of CBS Sports said “Three years ago I didn’t think we’d be talking about Bacarri Rambo playing in the NFL.”
Two Suffolk second graders have been suspended for making shooting noises while pointing pencils at each another.
Although the Washington Redskins were dealt a tough blow upon learning they could be without linebacker Rob Jackson for the start of the 2013 season, there is room to consider the positives of the scenario. Perhaps losing an integral part of an already depleted defense could just be a negative side effect of an attitude that should be applauded.
An ESPN commentator who questioned whether Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was a “cornball brother” has been suspended.
A gay high school student was allegedly suspended for wearing high heels to class at Charles City High School.
Listen to The Junkies’ reaction to Fred Davis and Trent Williams being suspended after failing their third drug test.
One report’s recommendations are that Virginia require schools to develop less subjective alternatives to removing students, and provide incentives for schools that successfully reduce suspensions and expulsions.