Varying viewpoints: Wristband vs. Donovan McNabb vs. Washington Redskins


Yesterday we heard that McNabb refused to wear a wristband with plays on it, then we heard it was false, then we hear there’s no way to tell.  If you are confused then here are some quote to beat around on that confuse you even further.

Dan Steinberg, DC Sport Bog, writes this:

* The original report, of course, came on 106.7 The Fan. And, like clockwork, one of the first and strongest denials came from Chris Russell, the former 106.7 The Fan reporter who now reps ESPN 980.

Talked to 5 people that are close enough to know about McNabb refusing to wear a play-calling wrist band. All say never saw it/ no knowledge….FWIW, Donovan McNabb wishes not to speak 4 right now on the Hopkins matter or the wristband allegations. Not much needs 2 be said.

Five people! With no knowledge! News!

Mmmmm…interesting.  Well here’s another one, Kelli Johnson of CSN Washington reports this:

Despite a radio report Thursday, Donovan McNabb never refused to wear a wristband to help him call plays last season — because the Redskins never asked him to, Comcast SportsNet’s Kelli Johnson is reporting, citing a team source close to the situation.

Just last night, Brian Mitchell tweet this:

So what does this all mean?  It means no one really knows, but don’t be surprised when the truth comes out.  Have a great weekend!

 

Dick's Sporting Goods presents "Hell Week":

Tags: Brian Mitchell Donovan McNabb