Found October 26, 2011 on Redskins Blog:
AP Image Lorenzo Alexander is a special teams wrecking ball. Last year Alexander led the team with 20 special teams tackles, earning him Redskins special teams player of the year honors.  He’s defending his title so far this year, and has accumulated a team leading five special teams’ tackles. Alexander believes that his special teams units inject a lot of energy into the rest of the team. “We are not getting too many opportunities back there, people are scared to kick to Banks, and with the new kickoff rules people are kicking it out of the end zone,” Alexander said. “But the opportunities that we do get we gotta take advantage of.” Because of the new kickoff rules, the name of the special teams’ game has changed a little bit. Touchbacks are a much more common occurrence, which means fewer opportunities for Alexander and the rest of the special teams unit to blow someone up. However, Alexander maintains that keeping a high level of intensity is a must. “You have to,” Alexander said...

Niles Paul or Anthony Armstrong likely to replace Santana Moss

Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan expects to use either second-year pro Anthony Armstrong or rookie Niles Paul at the starting wide receiver spot previously occupied by Santana Moss, who is expected to miss five to seven weeks after breaking his left hand. Moss had “three pins put in his index finger in that area” during surgery Monday, according to Shanahan. Read full article >>

Santana Moss Could Return in a Few Weeks

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 [...]

Redskins Place Hightower, Cooley on IR

The Washington Redskins have placed both running back Tim Hightower and tight end Chris Cooley on season ending injured reserve.  Hightower suffered a torn ACL this past Sunday and Cooley underwent surgery on his shattered finger,  which has now wiped his season out prematurely as well. The Redskins will be in good hands at the tight [...]

The Caps and the bandwagon Redskins

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. Read full article >>

Redskins' Cooley says he botched knee rehab during lockout

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.

Grossman released from hospital

Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman showed up for work on Sunday, despite having pneumonia.  His condition was so bad that he was admitted to a hospital on Monday — and he remained hospitalized for two days. At a time when new mothers are sent packing barely 24 hours after popping out a papoose and my 74-year-old…

Washington Redskins team report: Cooley might be done in D.C.

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Football still lagging in popularity in Canada

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 ...

Cooley: I’m a casualty of the lockout

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,…

Don't Sleep: Week Eight

Beck no es un perdedorPhoto Credit: Keith Allison  Oh word? It’s time for another edition of "Don’t Sleep" already? It is crunch time in fantasy football and if you have a team that is struggling, you better start winning pretty damn soon or you will be on the outside looking in come playoff time. Before we get into the players that you shouldn’t be sleeping on...
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