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Washington Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins has been suspended for four games without pay for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing substances.
Jenkins released a statement Friday saying he was ''shocked and confused'' to learn that he had tested positive for a banned substance.
Said Jenkins: ''It's an obscure substance that I've never even heard of, and I still don't know how it got into my body. My only guess is that it came from one of the supplements I was taking around the time of the test, even though none of them listed anything banned.''
Jenkins remains eligible to practice at training camp and play in preseason games. He was on the field working with the first-string unit during Friday's practice when the suspension was announced.
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In his rookie season, Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris finished second in the NFL in both rushing yards and rushing touchdowns, broke the franchise record for single-season rushing yards and tallied the third-highest rushing total in NFL rookie history. That being said, the conversation on Thursdays after morning walk throughs was focused on Alfred’s [...]
Washington Redskins back-up quarterback Kirk Cousins might just be the most professional athlete we have ever come across. He just knows what to say and do at just about every moment. Here he is, practicing with the first-stringers all of the offseason, and now will take just about every single snap during the preseason practices and games with them as well, knowing that when the...
Wide receiver Pierre Garcon is very confident in the Redskins offense this season. He believes they can be the best ever. “We have the potential to be the best offense ever, really,” Garcon said, via USA TODAY Sports. “We can be the top offense in the league. We have a lot of great players at every position. We have a great offensive line, great tight ends, great receivers...
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Check out Brian Orakpo’s new facemask that he claims was inspired by Bane from the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises.
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Robert Griffin III found a way to get involved on the first day of the Washington Redskins' training camp, even when he was supposed to be a spectator.
Barred from the main 11-on-11 drills, Griffin nevertheless started chasing linebacker Bryan Kehl after Kehl intercepted a pass from just-for-now starter Kirk Cousins.
When the ball popped loose, Griffin scooped it up the fumble...
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According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, Mazda plans on refurbishing, Alfred Morris’ 1991 Mazda that he calls “Bentley.”
Mazda plans on restoring Morris’ car to factory condition.
Morris says that the folks at Mazda, loving the free publicity of a Redskins fan favorite driving an old-school silver bullet, talked to his people and worked out a deal...
Redskins defensive lineman Adam Carriker confirmed that he will have a third surgery on his problematic right quadriceps tendon Thursday.
Carriker missed the bulk of last season after tearing the tendon early in Washington’s second game.
Carriker had to have a second surgery on the area earlier this offseason.
It wasn’t immediately clear what complications required a third...
Many may start to speculate if Brian Orakpo owes his talents to having been molded by the dark.
More and more NFL players are switching to super protective facemasks, to prevent getting hit in the face. Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo has decided to go all out.
In June he teased the media in saying his mask would be fashioned after Batman villain Bane, and as evidenced above...
The Washington Redskins are a confident group, and why shouldn’t they be.
RG3 is back and healthy, Alfred Morris is a load at running back. and the explosive, playmaking wide receiver, Pierre Garcon seems to be healed from a nagging foot injury that plagued him all last season.
The Redskins had the 4th best offense in the NFL last season, and Garcon thinks they can drastically...
This woman did not get an autograph from the Washington Redskins when they opened camp, so she filmed herself crying and then sent it to a news station. Grow up.
The 2007 Patriots. The 1999 St. Louis Rams. The 2013 Washington Redskins …?
NFL training camps get underway this week across the league, and that means high hopes for just about every franchise not named the Jacksonville Jaguars. It’s a fresh start and a chance to do big things, and perhaps no one has bigger plans than Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon.
Posted by Josh Alper on July 24, 2013, 5:18 PM EDT AP Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker said in June that he expected to start training camp on the PUP list and that looks like a prediction that will come true.When he might get off that list is the subject of considerably less clarity. Tarik El-Bashir of CSNWashington.com reports that Carriker needs to have another surgery on...
Joe Rinaldi is an avid fisherman, hunter, and overall outdoor sportsman, who knows how to grill up some grub. Joe is a life-long fan of the Washington Redskins, and a devoted family man. During this NFL Season, Joe will share his grilling secrets, give suggestions for recipes, and set you up for tailgating success. The posts will go up each Saturday afternoon. Be sure to...