MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. -- The room, unlike most television studios, was not kept at a glacial temperature. And so, under the blaze of television lights on a Tuesday afternoon, Washington Redskins defensive end Renaldo Wynn sat baking in a suit, feeling anxious.
"It's like before a game when you have those pregame jitters," he said.
His nervousness surprised him. He had often been in studios, a regular on so many cable sports shows that makeup and wardrobe had become almost routine. Too, those were shows that were actually real. This was only practice, a simple exercise at a broadcasting clinic put on by the NFL.