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BC’s Joe Kinsey told you last year about Redskins’ running back Alfred Morris driving a 1991 Mazda 626 nicknamed “Bentley” that was worth…
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Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris' 1991 Mazda 626 - aka "Bentley" - was fully refurbished by Mazda. Check out the photos of his upgraded ride.
The Redskins signed three free agent’s on Tuesday and released safety Jordan Pugh. The team added long snapper Kyle Nelson, linebacker Josh Hull and safety Trenton Robinson. The 27-year-old Nelson appeared in six regular season games for the Chargers in 2012 and two preseason games with the Seahawks in August before being released. Nelson will [...]
The Washington Redskins have lost backup linebacker Bryan Kehl and long snapper Nick Sundberg for the season with injuries.
Kehl tore the ACL in his left knee, and Sundberg tore the meniscus in his right knee in Sunday's 31-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Kehl has been a regular contributor on special teams. The Redskins will audition snappers to replace Sundberg.
The worse Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III plays this season the more slander he continues to catch. This time, the shots come from an unexpected source. A restaurant in Baltimore named “Nacho Mama’s” decided to point out in their menu that RG3 has more generations in his name, than wins this season on the […]
November will mark six years since the Washington Redskins star safety, Sean Taylor, was murdered in Florida. However for his family, friends, and fans, the botched home robbery which subsequently led to his untimely death probably seems like it took place yesterday. The old adage, time heals all wounds, never seems to apply when you’re mourning a loved one whose life was...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and cornerback Josh Wilson each sported wigs to support cancer survivors.
After getting the bad news that two special teamers — LB Bryan Kehl and LS Nick Sundberg — were lost for the season, the Redskins finally got some good news on the injury front when rookie CB David Amerson said he is “fine” after suffering a concussion during the Sunday night loss to Dallas. Amerson […]
Needing to replace two key special teamers, the Washington Redskins signed free-agent linebacker Josh Hull and long snapper Kyle Nelson.
The Redskins also signed safety Trenton Robinson on Tuesday, while waiving safety Jordan Pugh and putting linebacker Bryan Kehl and long snapper Nick Sundberg on injured reserve.
Hull was drafted in the seventh round in 2010 by the Rams, who released...
According to a Baltimore restaurant, Robert Griffin III has more generations in his name than wins this season. Troll job.
October is breast cancer awareness month and the NFL has been recognizing it over the last couple of weeks.
Washington Redskins quarterback RGIII and cornerback Josh Wilson decided to wear wigs in support of cancer survivors. Surprisingly, the wigs don’t look that terrible on them.
Great supportive gesture by these two.
The controversy over the Redskins’ name just won’t die out as it has in years past. The latest to weigh in was Bob Costas during halftime on Sunday Night Football. He summed up his feelings by saying “It’s an insult, a slur, no matter how benign the present day intent.” Team owner Dan Snyder is still defending keeping the name but he does seem to be paying more attention...
NBC Sports host Bob Costas has not been shy about offering his take on controversial issues that transcend sports in recent years, and Sunday night he weighed in on the ever-intensifying debate over the Washington football team’s nickname.
Though he doesn’t believe Redskins owner Daniel Snyder or any member of the organization operates with the intent to offend Native Americans...
Bob Costas, employed by NBC Sports, entered the fray regarding the name change of the Washington Redskins on Sunday night. The halftime for the NBC Sunday Night game has become a platform for many issues in recent years, and Costas jumped right into the mix, by calling the Redskins team name, “an insult, a slur”. I would have expected nothing less from NBC, which has used their...
As you may know, October is breast cancer awareness month, and the NFL has thrown itself full force into the cause. Redskins quarterback RGIII and cornerback Josh Wilson donned wigs to show their support for cancer survivors. But we’re wondering, is it possible that that’s RGIII’s actual hair? The length looks about the same. That’d be something, huh?
Howard Stern on the Washington Redskins name: "Just change the ******* name." Bob Costas: "It's an insult. A slur."
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