Some quick hits to get you going on this Monday morning.
--We don’t have much in the way of details on the passing camp shindig that Robert Griffin III is holding down in Waco, Texas. There were reports that the receivers arrived on Friday so we have to figure they’ll still be working today. The high today in Waco will be 98 and it’s not that dry heat; the humidity will be over 50 percent. Here’s hoping they stay well hydrated.
--The 53 series continues today with the offensive line. There is considerably more competition and intrigue at that position than there is at quarterback.
--Teams will not necessarily have to sell all of their general admission seats in order to have the TV blackout lifted. A new policy allows teams to sell to as low as 85 percent of capacity and still be on local TV. Part of the reason has to be keeping their TV partners happy. I mean, if a Bucs game is blacked out in Tampa, who’s going to watch it?
--I know that many of you are reading this on your phones or tablets as many locations in Redskins country are still without power so I’ll keep it short. Hang in there, I know it’s tough.