What might it take to bring these guys to D.C.? Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder (l) and coach Mike Shanahan. (John McDonnell/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Federal judge rules Park Police must give at least 24 hours notice to Occupy D.C. before clearing McPherson Square (Post, Legal Times, WTOP)

Lawyers spar over John Hinckley’s bookstore browsing (Crime Scene, Legal Times)

D.C. youth do not much agree with Newt Gingrich’s assessment of their work ethic (Post)

Where to memorialize the presidents Adams? Freedom Plaza, perhaps? (Housing Complex)

Harry Thomas once offered to teach Dave McKenna how to hit home runs (City Desk)

The day’s events at the Wilson Building (Post, WaTimes, WAMU-FM, AP, WRC-TV, Legal Times, DCist)

”The rationale for shutting the press and public out of Monday’s meeting was that it involved discussion of government personnel matters. That would be laughable if it were not so insulting. Mr. Thomas is an elected official who is accountable to the public.” (Post editorial)

How Thomas’s top committee aide handled the money that allegedly ended up in Team Thomas’s bank account (Loose Lips)

Ex-CYITC director says feds interviewed her in Thomas probe (Loose Lips)

Harry Jaffe: HTJ’s comeback trail starts here (Examiner)

Delays add $500 million to St. Elizabeths costs (Federal Times)

Instead of a barn, Occupy D.C. is going to put up some really big tents (Examiner)

Deeper into D.C.’s joblessness (DCentric)

Downtown BID CEO makes a lot of money (Housing Complex)

Go figure: The resurrected voucher program is seeing increased applicants (Examiner editorial)

Jackson Browne serenades Freedom Plaza occupiers (Reliable Source, WTOP)

State Department gets involved in Congo embassy driveway dispute (GGW)

Medical marijuana cultivation center decision pushed back a month (DCist)

Georgetowners aren’t down with “another Cady’s Alley” (Dish)

Southwest Waterfront bill expected to pass House this week (The Hill)

The case against changes to the Streetscape Relief Fund (DCFPI)

Tommy Wells’s book club met last night (UrbanTurf)

Streetcar update (Examiner)

Congrats to Martin Austermuhle, DCist’s new editor (DCist)

”D.C. Statehood: The TV Series” (City Desk)