Phillip Daniels, speaking to another CSN Washington associate before practice: “Tell Rich Tandler that I play special teams.” I suppose that one sign that you’re getting established at a major media outlet is that players will call you out when you make a mistake. Daniels read my article from Tuesday about the defensive players who may be coming and going between now and the start of the 2011 season and he had a couple of bones to pick with me. I should point out that it was all in good-natured fun, which is fortunate since Daniels is one of the strongest players in the NFL. When I wrote the article, I forgot that Daniels does play on the field goal block team. This was a particularly bad error on my part since he blocked a field goal earlier this year and he was involved in a key play against the Lions. Daniels was charged with jumping offside just before the Lions were about to kick a short field goal. That gave Detroit a first down and they went in to score a touchdown. Daniels, for his part, said that the center had moved, drawing him offside. There is some video evidence to back up Daniels’ claim. Daniels also called me out on some shoddy math skills in calculating his age. He will be 38 next season, not 39. As far as me having him in the “Change of scenery” category, I told him not to worry since I have written him off every year since 2006. He agreed that it probably was a good sign.Note to self--check your math when writing about NFL players who are 6-5, 302 and could power lift your car.