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RGIII turns 23 today. Celebrate with his lighthearted media moments. [Bog]
Replacing Danny Smith is Keith Burns, Denver’s asst. ST coach. [The Insider]
Looking at the market value for Fred Davis this offseason. [The Insider]
Add DCist to the growing list of publications not using “Redskins.” [DCist]
WaPo’s ombudsman comes out against the name “Redskins” too. [WaPo]
And Jim Nance delivered an essay concluding with “the name sucks.” [Bog]
Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden is a Redskins fan. [Hogs Haven]
Wiz beat Bucks for fourth straight win as Beal scored 28. [WaPo]
It certainly sounds like Leonsis is ready go to go back to “Bullets.” [Bog]
Chris Singleton has gone from DNP status to contributing. [Truth About It]
Good fortune may have come the Caps’ way thanks to a rubber cow. [Bog]
Strasburg shows up in Viera, ready to throw “200-plus.” [Nats Journal]
Looking at the O’s ZiPS projections for the 2013 season. [Camden Chat]
Georgetown’s recent surge continues with win over Marqu
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Leonard Hankerson has the size and speed to become a top flight receiver in the NFL, and this off-season he will get the chance to prove it.
He was drafted by the Redskins in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft with the 79th overall pick. Hankerson’s deep speed makes him ideal as number two receiver, however, he needs to be more refined in the short to intermediate game and...
There has been an argument among the Native American communities of the United States for a very long time that the Washington Redskins should change their name. The Washington Redskins logo has been around for an extended period of time, way before owner George Preston Marshall decided to move the team to the Nation’s capitol from Boston, Massachusetts. Officially the Boston Braves...
Washington Redskins offensive lineman Jordan Black doesn’t believe the Redskins should change their name and he voiced he voiced his opinion on Twitter.
People are overly sensitive these days…the Redskins should never change their name.
— Jordan Black (@jordanblack78) February 11, 2013
If only people were equally offended by our national debt. #Redskins
— Jordan Black (...
The Washington Redskins have been facing increased pressure recently to change their name because some believe it holds an offensive Native American connotation. The team proudly defended its nickname in a story published on its official website on Monday. However, their reasoning will likely leave most folks scratching their heads.In the story on redskins.com, Washington uses quotes...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was doing some rehab in a D.C. resort's pool when...
Sweet 16 party runs in on me doing rehab in the pool...then one of the girls jumps in and...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
The debate over whether or not the Redskins should change their name has flared up this offseason, and while nothing is imminent, the pro-name change movement seems to be gaining momentum. And while we have made it clear that we support changing the name, there are intelligent arguments to be made to the contrary.
On Monday, Redskins’ lineman Jordan Black provided an excellent...
Your move, Dallas Cowboys.
In recent years, a debate reignited over the past few weeks, the Washington Redskins have come under fire for their name. While the team has publicly showed little willingness to change its moniker, critics contend that the name and logo, respectively, are self evidently racist.
On Monday, the Redskins addressed the controversy for the first time recently...
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We’ve heard long time names and mascots abandoned in the past because their name is offensive in today’s culture. One of the best examples in my opinion would be NBA’s Washington Bullets. I can’t imagine that team name existing in the world that we live in now. I can definitely come to good reasons to retire that name. A much more tricky...
The Washington Redskins hired former NFL linebacker/special teams’ player Keith Burns as Special Teams Coordinator, the team announced Tuesday.
Burns, 40, has spent majority of his NFL career with the Denver Broncos -– the last six seasons as assistant special teams coach and 11 out of 13 years of playing. Burns spent time with the Chicago Bears (1999) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...