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It's hard enough to tackle anyone in the National Football League. The average American could only dream of bringing down a ball carrier.
But what about the thought of bringing two guys to the ground?
Well, Washington Redskins linebacker Rob Jackson did exactly that Thursday night when he took down Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon and offensive lineman Mike Remmers at the same time. Pretty impressive, right?
It's a shame the play only counts for one sack, though.
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The Washington coach hedged on the subject Thursday night, even after his quarterback spread the word via social media that his surgeon has given the go-ahead for RG3 to be under center when the Redskins open the regular season.
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Tackling two! That is what Rob Jackson of the Washington Redskins does when he feels like Mike Glennon isn’t enough.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are short-handed at tight end after losing Tom Crabtree to a right ankle injury in the opening quarter of their 30-12 preseason loss to the Washington Redskins on Thursday night.
Crabtree did not return to the game after rolling his ankle while attempting to clear a hole for running back Mike James. Crabtree wheeled around on the ground grasping at the ankle...
We reported earlier that Robert Griffin III announced that he’s been cleared to play week one.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan says he’s going to sit down with Griffin to discuss some concerns Dr. James Andrews has.
Team RG3 coach Shanahan sez the QB is indeed cleared, but Doc Andrews has a "couple of concerns" that he'll discuss w/RG3 over weekend.
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Robert Griffin III has been given the all-clear.
The Redskins quarterback was examined by Dr. James Andrews on Thursday, and Andrews officially gave Griffin the OK to suit up for Washington’s season opener next Monday, Sept. 9, against Philadelphia.
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Trey Wingo has reported that Dr. James Andrew is concerned with how the Redskins plan on using Robert Griffin III.
Per ESPN's Trey Wingo: doctor has expressed concern about how Redskins plan to use RGIII in their offense.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 30, 2013
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