Feb 03, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) passes the ball during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Heat defeated the Sixers 99-79. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Sources report LeBron James nearing deal to become next Redskins QB

Ever since we all witnessed the beginning of his illustrious career with not one, not two, not three, but zero NBA Championship rings, LeBron James hasn’t exactly been known for his passing skills. Fear not burgundy and gold faithful, LeBron has sharpened his skills and is said to be nearing a deal with the Redskins to become their next starting quarterback. James is famous now for his ability to pass in the fourth quarter, whether it be to teammates or on potential game-winning shots. LeBron can do it all with the right receivers.

LeBron recently showed off his skills at All-Star Weekend when he passed on what could have been the game winning shot. He hit Dwayne Wade right in stride only to see Wade fumble his pass and the game end in a loss. “The King” has struck again tonight with a last-second pass to Udonis Haslem in the waining moments of their loss to the Jazz in Utah.

Many projected that should LeBron enter the NFL, he would be a receiver. Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder, however, is thinking differently. Move over Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn or anybody else who thought they were going to call the DC Metro area home. LeBron is here to stay!

This of course is a joke. LeBron is staying in the NBA (as far as we know) and he has no desire to be a member of the Washington Redskins (thankfully). As a native of this area, the sting from my Wizards playoff losses hasn’t exactly faded away so I figured. What’s a blog without a parody article?

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