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Adrian Peterson and DeAngelo Hall got into it a bit during the first quarter of the Redskins-Vikings game on Sunday. Peterson, who totaled over 100 yards of offense on the day, broke a couple of big runs at the beginning of the game and credited Hall with making a nice tackle on one of them. However, he did not approve of what the Redskins cornerback did after making the play.“He slapped me in the face after making a good tackle,” Peterson told the Star Tribune. “And I was just telling him, ‘Hey, don’t do me like that, brother.’ I looked him in the eyes and he knew I meant business.”Obviously we only have Peterson’s side of the story, but given Hall’s history A.P.’s account is not that tough to believe. This is the same DeAngelo who once tried to fight the entire Falcons team and has talked about targeting specific parts of opposing players’ bodies in the past.Unfortunately for the Vikings, Peterson meaning business wasn’t quite enough to beat the Redskins on a day where Minnesota’s
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Washington Redskins corner back DeAngelo Hall appears to be digging in his bag of dirty tricks again.
Hall, a cornerback that is infamous for allowing his attitude to get the best of his true talent, allegedly dug deep to go at Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
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Rich Campbell of The Washington Times timed Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III during his big 76-yard touchdown run, and you’re going to be astonished by the results.“Griffin planted his back foot at the Redskins’ 15-yard line. He reached the end zone 10.8 seconds later. That’s a 40-yard dash pace of 4.89 seconds, and he ran laterally to the sideline after breaking the...
When a company lives under the consistent umbrella of litigation, they will do whatever they have to do to protect themselves.
This is why the NFL is set to levy a “hefty” fine against the Washington Redskins.
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After the Washington Redskins big win over the Vikings on Sunday, tight end Fred Davis was impressed by the play of rookie quarterback Robert Griffin II that he called him “Black Jesus.”“You really can’t say much more,” Davis said in a postgame interview with CSN Washington, via Larry Brown Sports. “He’s Black Jesus right now. He saved us today. He’s a great player...
The New York Giants will get their first look this week at Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, and while we all know that RG3 can run like the wind, starting safety Antrel Rolle sees the rookie as a good passer who, six games into his NFL career, is worthy of being termed a "complete player." "As you know, he can run the ball…I mean, he's a fast guy...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Receiver Jerome Simpson stood at his locker in the Minnesota Vikings' facilities at Winter Park on Monday as members of the media assembled around him.Fresh off a surprise inactive status in Monday's 38-26 loss, Simpson offered several one-word answers to questions about his health, and how tough it was to sit out Sunday's loss. Simpson, a week after...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings will be earning quite a few more frequent flier miles next season.The NFL officially announced Tuesday that the Vikings will play one of two games next season in London's historic Wembley Stadium. Minnesota, which had previously announced interest in being one of the teams to play a home game in London, will host the Pittsburgh Steelers...
After leading the Redskins to an upset victory over the Vikings, in which he made history and more than justified his draft status, Robert Griffin III is receiving effusive praise from teammates.
The dynamic quarterback, known to most as RG3™, even accrued a new nickname, courtesy of aw-struck tight end Fred Davis.
“You really can’t say much more,” Davis said, via the DC...
Jerome Simpson believes he was ready to play Sunday, but Vikings coach Leslie Frazier made the decision to sit him because of a back injury.
Robert Griffin III dropped back, waited a beat, then quickly took off. A first down on third-and-6 might have been enough to put the game away.
Instead, the Washington Redskins rookie left the Minnesota Vikings defense behind as he streaked down the left sideline for 76 yards. He didn't stop until he took a seat on the front row, performing what is quickly becoming known as...
Before today's Washington Redskins/Minnesota Vikings affair, some questioned whether or not Robert Griffin the 3rd should play after suffering a concussion.
Those questions were soon answered after Robert Griffin accounted for three touchdowns in Redskins blow-out win.
One of those scores was this 76-yard touchdown run to seal the victory:
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It was announced on Tuesday at that the Minnesota Vikings have agreed to host a home game in London in 2013 against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Webley Stadium on Sept. 29, 2013. It will be considered an away game for the Steelers.
The Steelers have been linked as a team that could possibly play in Ireland in the future, but that game has yet to materialize and will not take place...
I am back again within the walls of my mythical fantasy football stock exchange, watching the buzz for hot players and the desperate unloading of injured and poor performing players.