Sunday, September 21, 2008

Redskins' Vinny Cerrato and the radio: A bad mix?

washington Redskins executive vice president Vinny Cerrato has a new radio show. Is this good or bad for the Redskins?'s Matt Mosley has an opinion:
    I'm the last guy who can criticize someone for moonlighting (7-10 p.m. ET on XM 141), but (Washington Post beat writer Jason) La Canfora brings up some good points. Monday is a huge day in the personnel business because you're having to evaluate how your players looked and whether you need to make roster moves to respond to injuries. Cerrato has Bristol in his blood (did some college football TV analysis), so it's no surprise that he's open to doing radio.

    That said, I'm not sure what to expect from him this fall. If his second round-picks Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas continue to disappoint, will Cerrato take part of the blame? I've spent time in the guy's office and can testify to the fact that he's an engaging storyteller. But he's also opening himself up to even more criticism than normal.
So what does all this mean? Not sure, but if you want to listen to Cerrato, tune into ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. The program, "Inside The Red Zone With Vinny Cerrato," airs on Mondays and Fridays from 10-noon.

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