Found December 14, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
After lobbying unsuccessfully all season for a role in the Washington Redskins’ offense, return specialist Brandon Banks finally got to contribute outside of special teams when he threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss. But Redskins coach Mike Shanahan doesn’t sound as if he plans on increasing Banks’ role in the final three weeks of the season. Read full article >>

Will Rex Grossman be the Washington Redskins QB in 2012?

Washington Redskins QB Rex Grossman will be a free agent after the conclusion of the 2011 regular season, but could Grossman be back under center for the Redskins in 2012? It’s a very good possibility. Prior to the start of the regular season Grossman was locked in a quarterback dual with John Beck with the team naming Grossman the starter just days prior to the season...

Chris Baker to IR; Richard Quinn signed

The Washington Redskins have placed nose tackle Chris Baker on injured reserve with a quad injury only a week after promoting him from the practice squad, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. The team also signed tight end Richard Quinn o the 53-man roster. Baker spent the entire season on the practice squad before he was promoted Dec. 6. The next day he pulled up...

Redskins to place DB Landry on IR

LaRon Landry's disappointing season is over, as the Washington Redskins plan to place the strong safety on injured reserve.Landry appeared in just eight games for the Redskins in 2011 and will not play again this season after suffering a groin injury late last month in a game against the Seattle Seahawks.Landry, 27, has appeared in just 17 games over the past two seasons due...

Top Redskins Tweets for week of 12/12

Here is the week in review so far for Redskins tweets. The stat about only 3 winning seasons in Dan Snyder’s 13 seasons is pretty amazing. RB Roy Helu asked if it was hard to get up for last 3 #Redskins games this season: “No, not if you’re a competitor.” — (@Redskins) December 14, 2011 London Fletcher’s value to Redskins can’t be overlooked

Helu Remains Humble As Praise Mounts

AP Image With a 126-yard performance on the ground Sunday, Redskins running back Roy Helu served notice that he’s here to stay on offense.  It was his third-consecutive 100-yard game, which has been well-publicized as a franchise first for a rookie, a draft-class high, and the first of any Redskins back since Portis went five-straight in 2008. But after the game, Roy wouldn...

Rex Grossman looking for streak of wins to end the season

The Redskins gained a season-high 463 yards in Sunday’s loss to New England, but quarterback Rex Grossman isn’t ready to call that the offense’s best performance of a difficult season. “Any time you lose, you have a tendency to focus on what you could’ve done to win,” Grossman said Wednesday. “So it’s tough to talk about something we did positive in the game. But...

Bill O’Brien and Tom Brady Show There is Plenty of Fire Left

If you don’t care, then it really doesn’t matter now does it? Well, we learned that even a high octane offense gets frustrated and Bill O’Brien is more than a puppet offensive coordinator. Brady admitted he made a “dumb” mistake in trying to force a pass to Tiquan Underwood in the back of the end zone. The Patriots were ready to go up two scores either via touchdown or...

Redskins Will Place Landry on IR

Washington Redskins safety LaRon landry will be placed on season ending injured reserve for the second straight season after being hindered once again by the same  Achilles that ended his 2010 season early. Landry decided to not have surgery this past offseason and now it seems that it’s back fired on him,  since he was never [...]

Redskins' Landry to IR, may need surgery before free agency

A wasted season is over for Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry, whose sore left Achilles tendon hasn't fully healed and will now likely require surgery.

Is the Giants game a win-win situation for the Redskins?

'99 Skins stunned Giants at home 50-21. photo courtesy of<img class="size-full wp-image-6995" ... [visit site to read more] Is the Giants game a win-win situation for the Redskins? - Riggo's Rag - Riggo's Rag - A Washington Redskins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Redskins' player switch was a hit

When the Washington Redskins' maligned offense lost two of its best players to drug suspensions last week, it became fair to wonder how they would move the ball during the final four games of the season. Tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams are athletic blockers capable of ...

Barry Cofield: Eli Manning is a ‘Completely Different Animal Now’

Prior to this season, Barry Cofield and Eli Manning were teammates. Cofield was on the Giants’ 2007 Super Bowl team, so he saw Manning lead the most important game-winning drive of his career to achieve the impossible. Still, that was not Manning at his best. This year’s edition of Eli is one of the best [...]
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