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If you ask DeAngelo Hall if the Washington Redskins have a chance to make the playoffs, he'd tell you that they have a good chance. Hall was drafted with the eighth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Hall despite his talent, has moved around, bouncing from the Falcons, to Oakland in 2008 (via trade), and then released the same year. He then signed with the Washington Redskins for the remainder of the 2008 season. He’s known to be volatile, controversial, and underachieving.
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According to Rich Campbell of The Washington Times, Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon looked pretty good in practice today and could play Sunday against the Eagles.
Shanahan: Pierre Garcon cutting more in practice while running routes is “a big plus.” He could play Sunday. #Redskins
— Rich Campbell (@Rich_Campbell) November 14, 2012
Getting Garcon back would be a big boost...
Redskins wideout Pierre Garcon was still bothered by pain in the foot at Monday's practice, according to Rich Campbell of the Washington Times.Fantasy Spin:Our best guess is that Garcon has a date with a foot surgeon in his near future. Fantasy owners who have waited patiently for his return are likely to be disappointed.
A person familiar with the situation says DeAngelo Hall has been fined $30,000 for his confrontation with an official in the Washington Redskins' loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last month.
The person said Wednesday that Hall will not be suspended for the incident late in the Steelers' 27-12 win Oct. 28.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the NFL hasn'...
According to Philly.com, the Philadelphia Eagles were ready to trade up in last April’s draft to be able to acquire Robert Griffin III. They showed interest in Griffin by meeting with him, but didn’t have the ammunition to pull off the deal. “I met with the Eagles and coach Reid told me they were very interested in me and you never know what can happen,” Griffin III said...
The Washington Redskins have been unbelievably bad against rookie quarterbacks. Historically bad. Eight-losses-in-a-row bad.
They are the only NFL team to lose eight straight against rookie QBs since at least 1950, according to STATS.
Enter Nick Foles, the third-round pick from Arizona who is all but certain to make his first NFL start for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Redskins...
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