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Someone associated with the Huskers FINALLY has reason to talk smack. It’s been a rough few days for Huskers everywhere after this and this, but former Nebraska stand-out, current Washington Redskins defensive lineman, and pro-wrestling junkie Adam Carriker had reason to thump his chest after Washington defeated the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday to clinch a The post Former Husker Adam Carriker Trolls Giants, Eagles and Cowboys Fans appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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The NFL postseason has finally started, and the road to Super Bowl XLVII is upon us. The road for the Washington Redskins and the Seattle Seahawks begins at FedEx Field, in Washington on Sunday. Out of all the games this weekend, this one has the most exciting main story to it, with many great subplots, which should make for a classic game. The main story of this game is the battle...
With Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announcing his retirement after the playoffs, players around the league have been reflecting on his career, and Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall offered his take to Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times.
“Guys were like, you could argue Fletch has had a better career,” he said.
“Might not have had all the hype and things...
Talk about 9 inch nails. Pepper Cox might be the biggest Washington Redskins fan around. She started growing her fingernails 11 years ago and has painted them burgundy and gold every football season since
"Dan Snyder, I love him. I just wish sometimes he'd get a front line - I
need an offensive front line, but I love him," says Cox.
The Washington Redskins have restored cornerback Cedric Griffin to the 53-man roster in time for the playoffs after his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that Griffin will be available for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Griffin's suspension ended Monday, and the coaching...
Left guard Kory Lichtensteiger missed practice with a sprained left ankle Wednesday as the Washington Redskins held their first practice for the playoffs.
Lichtensteiger was hurt in the third quarter of Sunday's NFC East-clinching win over the Dallas Cowboys.
''I wish I was doing better, but it's the hand I'm dealt,'' Lichtensteiger said. ''I...
I realize that today is normally reserved for the defensive breakdowns, but I have decided to hold off until tomorrow (what is the rush, really, with the next game in about 9 months?) so that we may discuss the Cowboys "news of the day" and speak on something I am being asked quite a bit about.
Yesterday, on his radio show Jerry Jones offered the following quote: "...
It’s taken a long time but the Washington Redskins are finally learning what it feels like to be relevant again. They’re also learning about a sixth round draft choice who, at the start of the season, was a relative unknown. Alfred Morris, drafted out of Florida Atlantic, has proved a marvelous addition to the new Redskins offense. Lining up in the backfield, alongside the...
Robert Griffin III crashed Mike Shanahan's news conference,
slipping in the back door to take an aisle seat in the Washington
Redskins auditorium. Soon, the franchise quarterback had a
microphone in his right hand, ready to ask the next question.
USC 2013 commit Jason Hatcher spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following day two of practice at the Army All-American Bowl. Hatcher has four official visits still left on his schedule, including his trip to Los Angeles.
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JOSEPH WHITE AP Sports Writer At the midpoint of the season, the Washington Redskins were on pace to become the worst pass defense in NFL history, the first to give up 5,000 yards through the air.
Needless to say, Jim Haslett's stock was a bit low at the time. When head coach Mike Shanahan was asked if there would be any midseason changes to...