POSTPONED: Washington Redskins' Rocky McIntosh talks football


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    Oct 04, 2011 | 11:30 AM EDT

    Note to readers: Due to a last minute Redskins practice, Rocky McIntosh won't be able to chat today after all. However, he'll be on Tuesday, October 11, at 11:30 a.m. EST to chat instead. Please join Rocky then!

    Live chat with Washington Redskins' linebacker Rocky McIntosh about the Redskins' hot start, his outlook for the season and his role as the Redskins' official correspondent for SOTL.com.

    Chat starts on Oct 04, 2011 at 11:30 AM EDT
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      Rocky McIntosh
      In addition to being a key part of the Redskins' defense, McIntosh is the Redskins' player correspondent for SchooloftheLegends.com (SOTL), an officially licensed partner of teh NFL Players Association and the largest online community of NFL players and fans. Presently, the site consists of tens of thousandths of fan-members, along with a few thousand current and former NFL players.

      As the Redskins’ team correspondent, Rocky provides dynamic video content each week for the Redskins’ section of SOTL.com. He offers fans a unique look inside the fraternity that is a NFL team and captures the human element of the players. His reports feature insight on weekly match-ups, interviews with other players, showcase his activities in the community and more (imagine Facebook, YouTube & Twitter combined for the sole purpose of football). For each of the 32 NFL teams, there are a current a former player who serve as a SOTL Correspondent.
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