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John Wall spoke about his knee, still has no timetable for a return. [WaPo]
Answering all of the sad questions surrounding Wall’s injury. [Bullets Forever]
Redskins backup T Jordan Black suspended four games for PED. [The Insider]
Black, at 275 pounds, says he’s the smallest O-lineman in the NFL. [PFT]
Settle in for another week of daily RGIII status updates! [The Insider]
RGIII set a single-season record for NFL jersey sales. [USA TODAY Sports]
Clinton Portis, like everyone else on Earth, is an Alfred Morris fan. [Bog]
The Redskins’ best option is to keep Kirk Cousins through 2015. [PFT]
All about Baltimore’s legitimate interest in Adam LaRoche. [O's Insider]
Photo: Alex Ovechkin in an MMA ring wearing a Mike Tyson shirt. [Bog]
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A group of Browns fans were involved in a nasty altercation with the family of veteran linebacker London Fletcher.
Fletcher is a Cleveland native that was in town as a part of the Washington Redskins that defeated the Browns 38-21.
As a result of the incident Fletcher’s aunt 57-year-old-Evette Robinson, suffered a heart attack.
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After calling Robert Griffin III “kind of black, but not really” because he is engaged to a white woman, ESPN’s Rob Parker has apologized today (Credit: AP Photo) Last Thursday, while on ESPN’s First Take, columnist Rob Parker said Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was “black, but he’s not really,” because Griffin is engaged to a white woman. The company went...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III fully practiced today after missing this past Sunday’s game with a knee injury.
Full practice today for @rgiii, which makes it look promising for him to start Sunday vs. Philadelphia.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 19, 2012
If I had to guess right now whether Griffin will play or not this week against the Eagles, I’d...
Washington QB Robert Griffin III didn't play against Cleveland, but is likely to return to face Philadelphia in Week 16.Fantasy Spin:The Redskins' other rookie quarterback, Kirk Cousins, was impressive in his first NFL start, throwing for 329 yards in a 38-21 win over the Browns, but RGIII is not in danger of becoming Wally Pipp.
Heading into this third season with the Washington Redskins, head coach Mike Shanahan had acquired an overall record of 11-21 and, once again there were concerns about the future of the Redskins. There were questions raised about the handling of players, the quality of play of the field and his use of the draft in recent years. Now however, the Redskins find themselves in the thick...
Robert Griffin III
The Redskins continued their strong push for the playoffs behind their rookie quarterback. However, it wasn't the former Heisman winner behind center but instead a guy taken 100 picks later. Kirk Cousins threw for 329 yards and two touchdowns filling in for the injured RGIII and could be in line for a second straight start.
RGIII did not play after spraining...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, there’s a chance Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III could be ready to play in this week’s game against the Eagles, but nothing is certain at this point.
After speaking with an orthopedic surgeon that told him Griffin has a three-week injury, Werder isn’t sure the Redskins will allow him to play. With head coach Mike Shanahan relying on...
TNA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy joined 4th & Pain — hosted by Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and former wrestling announcer, turned weight loss champion, Chuck Carrol — on Tuesday.
Hardy took the pair through his favorite career moments, including his match against the Undertaker on Monday Night Raw in 2002. He credits that match with taking his...
It hasn't been the most dominant year for the teams of the NFC East, but with three teams knotted up at 8-6 with just two games to play, the NFC East may give us one of the most exciting divisional finish we've ever seen.
As it stands, the Redskins lead the NFC East, but they're not the only team in the division that controls their own destiny. The Dallas Cowboys, coming...