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They say you never know what you’ve got until it’s gone, and Dominique Byrd can certainly attest to that.
One of the newest members of the Washington Redskins, the tight end says although he had a solid career at USC and went on to get selected in the third round of the 2006 draft by St. Louis, he never actually loved or appreciated his skills as a football player or the opportunity to play professionally.
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The Redskins will re-sign rookie cornerback Brandyn Thompson to the 53-man roster to help bolster their battered secondary and have released offensive lineman Jonathan Compas to make room for him.
Thompson opened the season on the 53-man roster and appeared in two games, but was cut and then re-signed to the practice squad during the bye week to make room for veteran Phillip Buchanon...
When Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss fractured a bone in his hand this past weekend against the Panthers, the first initial report was that he would be out 5-7 weeks. Now according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, Moss has indicated that he could return sooner. Moss said the doctors “gave me anywhere from three [...]
It’s been exactly 20 years since a Washington pro sports team began a season 8-0. Like, exactly exactly 20 years.
The Bandwagon Redskins won their eighth straight game to start the season on Oct. 27, 2011. Thursday night in Edmonton, the Caps will have a chance to equal that mark.
No other D.C. team has come close in the past two decades.
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The NFL has made Chris Cooley a millionaire many times over. During the NFL lockout, when he was banned from working with the Washington Redskins' training staff, he could've hired the best physical therapists around to help him with the left knee that was feeling stiff from surgery in January.
Fan voting for the 2012 Pro Bowl has gotten underway and will continue until mid-December.
It’s still early, but nearly every Redskins starter is on the ballot, as are kick returner Brandon Banks, kicker Graham Gano, punter Sav Rocca and special teams captain Lorenzo Alexander.
Among Redskins candidates, Brian Orakpo leads all NFC outside linebackers with 4.5 sacks.
The Washington Redskins' place in the contentious NFC East guarantees them a daunting slate of road games each year. Whether they're being bombarded by ceaseless taunts from Philadelphia's acerbic fan base, overwhelmed by the vastness of Cowboys Stadium or swallowed up by deafening crowd noise in the Meadowlands, the Redskins ...
I cannot wait until Sunday. My entire family is joining me to watch our favourite team play minutes from our homes. No matter the score or outcome, this will be one of the best days in my life for sure. I’ve been to a few Redskins home games over the past few years, but seeing them at the Rogers Centre will be a whole new experience. What I am extremely bummed about is...
Four Washington Redskins defensive players — three of them starters — are questionable for the team’s game against the Buffalo Bills in Toronto Sunday.
Safety Oshiomogho Atogwe (knee), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (hip), linebacker London Fletcher (hamstring) and backup corner Phillip Buchanon (neck, knee) all were limited in Friday’s practice and it’s uncertain whethere they...
Washington ILB London Fletcher was limited in practice both Thursday and Friday with a hamstring injury, but according to head coach Mike Shanahan, Fletcher will start barring any setbacks. Here is the listing of Washington’s other injured players for Sunday’s game.
WR Santana Moss
LT Trent Williams
FB Mike Sellers
ILB London Fletcher – hamstring
The Washington Redskins on Sunday face the 4-2 Buffalo Bills in Toronto, and aim to snap a two-game losing streak and regain the positive form with which they opened the season.
The Redskins have had to do a good bit of reshuffling because of another round of injuries at key positions.
Here are five story lines to follow as Washington takes on Buffalo.
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Chris Cooley’s knee never responded after his surgery this offseason. That slowed him down to start the year, and ultimately ended his season early. Cooley believes the lockout is largely to blame. “I feel 100 percent – and I’m not blaming anybody. I feel one hundred percent that I am a casualty for the season,…