Former replacement Redskins safety Skip Lane wanted more. Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke has given him some.

A story in Friday's editions of The Washington Post reported Lane was upset the club had not offered him an opportunity to purchase tickets to either the NFC championship game or next Sunday's Super Bowl.

Lane said yesterday that late Friday morning, he received the following phone call at his real estate office in Norwalk, Conn.:

"I understand you're a bit disappointed," the caller said, apparently unaware Lane had not been told who was on the line.

"Referring to what? Real estate?" Lane replied.

"I don't want anything to do with your real estate, son."

"Who is this?"

"You know who this is."

"No, I don't."

"This is Jack Kent Cooke. And I have two Super Bowl tickets for you right here. Do you plan on going?"

Said Lane, who already had plane tickets and a hotel reservation: "He said he thought I had gone about it in the wrong way, but he told me to send him a check for $200 {Super Bowl tickets have a face price of $100 each} and that I would be able to pick up the tickets at the Redskins' hotel in San Diego."

"I've sent the check, and I'm going to San Diego," Lane said. "I think he's done me right."

Stay tuned.