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April 24, 2009 5:00 PM

The Week at RCS: A Retrospective Journey

It would seem that Spring has finally sprung this weekend here in the Nation's Capital, which is nice, because I was getting sick of those 50-degree, cloudy days. Temperatures in the 70s and 80s all weekend? -- Yes and please. That's almost enough to take me away from my TV and the NFL Draft tomorrow. Almost. Until then, it's outdoor seating and margaritas tonight.

The Detroit Lions released a new logo. Sadly, it was not one of our suggestions.

We took a look at the Top 10 Non-Sports Sporting Events.

Ray Lewis battled a battering-ram. Ray-Ray won.

Jeremy Tyler, a high school junior, has decided to skip his senior season for Europe.

A message-board poster, out-researching the NFL reporters?

Greg Paulus: not too good for Syracuse this time around.

College sports just got creepy: NCAA approved sand volleyball.

Chuck Todd, White House Correspondent, answered 11 our of questions.

And now, for your viewing pleasure, Eagles fans booing Donovan McNabb at the draft. Enjoy your weekends, everyone.

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