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Barry Cofield sings Justin Timberlake

(Via WUSA9)

D.C. TV reporters continue to find fertile ground in Richmond for offbeat Redskins training camp stories. WUSA’s Dave Owens, for example, had a piece last week on what Redskins players would do for a living were they not pro football players.

Jarvis Jenkins said he would be a piano player at Nordstrom. Alfred Morris said he would be a chef, and that “food is my favorite meal.” Chris Baker said something or other about his quads, leading him to have a quad-off with Owens, as seen here. Stephen Bowen said he would be a go-go dancer.


And Barry Cofield, gloriously, said he “would love to have a Justin Timberlake-type falsetto,” and then demonstrated his high range. It was strong.

(Via @Mr_KevinJones)

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.
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