It kind of figures that the daughter of Mark Rypien, Super Bowl XXVI MVP for the Washington Redskins in 1992, might be interested in athletics.
[Here is a helpful translation of how Redskins fans read those two grafs: Blah blah blah Redskins blah blah blah Super Bowl blah blah blah Rypien blah lingerie lingerie. Lingerie. Football. Lingerie. Redskins.]
For those who prefer chiffon-free football, the LFL consists of 12 teams of women playing seven-on-seven (quarterback, center, two running backs, three receivers) tackle football on a 50-yard field. There are 17-minute halves and, with resolution of the NFL lockout proceeding at whatever is slower than a snail’s pace, this may be one of only a couple of pigskin options this fall.
If it hardly seems possible that Rypien could have a daughter old enough to play in the LFL, remember that Mark Brunell has a daughter old enough to draw Mark Sanchez’ attention.