Carlos Rogers, DeAngelo Hall Trade Barbs, Then Reconcile

Who doesn't love Carlos Rogers drama? Heck, who doesn't love Redskins drama, especially when there's nothing else to talk about because of the NFL lockout? Well, you're in luck, sort of. During Rogers' day-long media tour, he expressed frustration over how the Redskins viewed him as a player. In the process, teammate DeAngelo Hall got caught in the crossfire.

Here's what Rogers said to David Elfin about the situation:

"I don't think I've been as appreciated as I should be in that organization, not by everybody. I've always been the No. 2 corner, but I'm the one they put on a guy they want to shut down. I just don't have the interceptions like (current fellow starting corner DeAngelo Hall) has and Shawn (Springs, Hall's predecessor) used to have."

Bla bla bla, whatever, nothing new HEY WAIT A MINUTE HERE'S SOMETHING NEW.

I was never focused on who was the #1 corner on our team. Just focused on tryna WIn Games! Hope all of my teammates feel the same way!less than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply

 

Ooooh, drama! This can only end with Rogers triumphantly announcing that he and Hall don't get along on the radio, right? He did go on "The Sports Junkies" on 106.7 The Fan, and the stars were aligned. That is, until he said this.

"We've got a great relationship."

Womp womp. Oh well. Time to find a new feud.

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