Last weekend, beloved jam band Phish made their debut at the beautiful Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. The home of the Chicago Cubs welcomed Phish fans for two great nights on June 24-25, seeing the band bust out some rarities, play some debuts, and treat fans to their patented brand of great jamming.Among the many highlights from the two nights was the return of “Fluffhead,” covers of “I Am The Walrus” and “Space Oddity” – the latter performed a cappella – and some great jams in tunes like “Tweezer,” “Down With Disease,” and more throughout the run.You can read each show’s recap in full below:Phish Performs ‘Space Oddity’ A Cappella, Debuts New Song At Wrigley Opener [Videos/Gallery]Phish Busts Out ‘I Am The Walrus,’ Revives ‘Fluffhead’ For Wrigley Field Finale Thanks to DrFunkenstein2k on YouTube, we can share full videos for each of these marvelous performances below. Rock out with Phish below!Setlist: Phish at Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL – 6/24/16Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Chalk Dust Torture, Martian Monster > Rift, Yarmouth Road, Sand, Miss You, The Wedge, Free > Blaze OnSet 2: Down with Disease > Fuego > Twist > Twenty Years Later > Waste > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Backwards Down the Number Line, Loving CupEncore: Space Oddity, Run Like an Antelope Debut. Unfinished. Phish debut.Setlist: Phish at Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL – 6/25/16Set 1: The Moma Dance, AC/DC Bag > 555, Waiting All Night, Heavy Things, Happy Birthday to You, 46 Days, I Didn’t Know, Divided Sky, Cavern > Good Times Bad TimesSet 2: Carini > Tweezer > Fluffhead > Piper -> Steam > Wading in the Velvet Sea, Harry Hood > Tweezer RepriseEncore: I Am the WalrusNotes: This show was webcast via Live Phish. Happy Birthday was played for Phish tour manager Richard Glasgow. I Am the Walrus was played for the first time since June 29, 2010 (229 shows).
The Redskins announced that Haskins was questionable to return with an ankle injury during the Week 16 matchuop. He later was downgraded to doubtful to return, with a twist: Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly came down to field level and advised Haskins to stay out of the game.“It’s an ankle. I’ll be alright.”He says Dan Snyder told him not to go back in. The owner came down from the box to the medical area and told him to be smart and not go back in.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) December 22, 2019It’s certainly an interesting tactic considering the Redskins and Giants were jockeying for position in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Giants went on to win the game in overtime, temporarily dropping them down in the draft order to the No. 4 pick. The Redskins currently sit at the No. 2 overall pick and potentially could select Ohio State’s Chase Young.Haskins, Washington’s 2019 first-round pick, was in the midst of a difficult rookie year but looked like he started turning his season around two starts ago, throwing 5 touchdowns to 1 interception over his last three starts, including Sunday. Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins had a painful exit from Sunday’s tank-off against the Giants, and that exit also signaled the end of his rookie season.The rookie QB was having arguably his best game of the season in Week 16, completing 12 of 15 passes for 133 yards and 2 touchdowns vs. division-rival New York. In the third quarter, Haskins was hit low, and he subsequently exited the game. MORE: 2020 NFL Mock DraftDid not look good for Dwayne Haskins. #Redskins #NYGvsWAS pic.twitter.com/fRlL8yP51R— Scott Rogust (@ScottRogust) December 22, 2019Haskins was able to walk off the field on his own power, but he was carted to the locker room after reaching the sideline. On Monday, Washington interim head coach Bill Callahan revealed that Haskins’ season was done after an MRI revealed a high-ankle sprained.