Seems that Clinton Portis has let the cat out of the bag about a recent…ahem…procedure that Santana Moss has undergone. I’ll let CP say it best: “He had the big one. I told you, he tried to take a manly step at 29,” Portis said, overstating Moss’s age by one year. “After he took that step, his healing process, he’s getting better. He’s getting better every day.”
And he followed it up with: “Santana to go that long without getting his tail clipped, that was the most interesting to me,” Portis said.
Moss’s alleged circumcision is most likely a joke, but I love it either way. CP is keeping everyone loose, and Moss is hanging a bit looser. And considering the importance of keeping that area clean and dry despite the amount of time football players spend in the mud, this can only be a win-win for the Redskins and Moss.
For those who don’t know, my day job is at MIT and I have consulted with my colleagues and they all agree that this will be a great move aerodynamically as well.
Of course, this is not even the first penis-oriented story for the Redskins this year. Astute readers will remember the article first covered by Bram Weinstein at Covering the Redskins about Casey Rabach and his attempt to increase the size of his ball sack. It bears repeating:
“Rabach has a penchant for showing off his nuts in the locker room and did so while we were talking to them. Larry asked about Rabach’s “brain,” to which he explained how much work he has put into increasing the size of his ballsack. Jansen agreed that Rabach has one of the largest ballsacks he’s ever seen.”
There you go. To recap. Rabach looking to make things bigger down there. Moss looking to make them smaller, albeit in a slightly different area. I guess it is all in the details. The only question remains is how we could talk this long about this area of the body without Chris Cooley or his wife-to-be coming up. Go figure! Hail Skins!