What Would Buddy Do?
Even Central Ministry of Information and Education wants Dunavin to keep quiet this offseason
Posted on January 17th, 2008 at 3:55 pm by Cheesesteak Hoagie

Spuds at the podiumI guess I’m not the only one who wants to be sure that Donovan McNabb keeps his blog posts/ invitations to hullaballoo(s) to a minimum this offseason — even Official Corporate PR Blathermonkey Dave Spadaro is begging for calm and quiet.

In a rather fluffy and otherwise fresh-content-free post on the Birds site yesterday, Spuds had the following to say in re: Dunavin:

Having a great mental off-season is just as important as having a great physical off-season for McNabb. My advice to him — not that he’s asking — is to lay low and work hard and enjoy the injury-free months. We’ve already seen, as evidenced by his most recent blog entry, that every word McNabb utters is going to be front-page news. McNabb should just enjoy the tranquility and the good health and have himself a drama-free off-season.

Will that happen? I don’t know. McNabb isn’t scheduled for any press conferences, and he may or may not be at the Super Bowl — there are no endorsements planned — so maybe we won’t hear from McNabb until the post-draft mini-camp. That would be good news for McNabb and this football team.

 Right, so the guy who’s paid to apologize on your behalf just begged you to keep quiet. Yikes. I mean, I completely agree with Spadaro (and agree because I only want the best for McNabb and the Birds), but that’s me, not the org-an-eye-zay-shun.

(Still, it would have been nice to see a blog entry from McNabb about T.O.’s little tearful entreaty from Sunday.  I would have cut him some slack on that.)

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