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The latest piece of legal news relates to a fascinating case that somehow has remained off the radar screen for more than a year. Redskins tight end Fred Davis was sued in early 2011 by Makini Chaka, a 33-year-old self-described “celebrity broker,” who says she organizes parties for famous people. Luke Mullins of the Washingtonian tells the story of [...]
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Redskins running back Alfred Morris has been voted by fans on NFL.com as rookie of the week.
Morris last Sunday rushed for 120 yards on 22 carries in Washington’s 27-24 loss to the New York Giants.
Alfred beat out Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, New England linebacker Dont’a Hightower, Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin and Minnesota safety Harrison Smith for the award.
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None. Sorry. I've racked my brains and I can't think of anything the Redskins did well enough to merit a thumbs up. Nobody caught on fire today -- though CB DeAngelo Hall came close -- but that's the closest I can get to a real accomplishment.
RECEIVERS: The Redskins receivers dropped 10 passes...
The NFL will consider a suspension or fine of Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who was ejected from Sundays loss at Pittsburgh after an outburst at an official, according to a person familiar with the situation.
The league is reviewing the matter and all disciplinary options will be considered, the person said Monday, speaking on the condition of anonymity because...
In case you missed the temper tantrum thrown by Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall towards an official in Sunday’s game against the Steelers, rest easy my friends I have it here for you.
Hall was upset at a call not going his way after a little scuffle with Steelers wideout Emmanuel Sanders. After the official broke up the fight, Hall removed his helmet and started berating the official...
London Fletcher's consecutive games' streak lives.
The Washington Redskins have made the veteran linebacker active for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, extending Fletcher's consecutive games streak to 232, longest in the NFL. The 37-year-old was listed as questionable after spending the week dealing with head and hamstring injuries.
The Redskins has...
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher is expected
to start today against the Pittsburgh Steelers, keeping his consecutive games
streak alive, reports Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com.
Redskins expect London Fletcher to start normally Sunday, continuing his streak. Feeling better, prepping normally ...
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 27, 2012
Check out this awesome Redskins Halloween display, featuring a carved pumpkin of QB Robert Griffin III!
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After what looked like an innocuous Steelers running play that would have made it second-and-11 with 3:43 to go in a game the Redskins trailed 27-12, Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall was flagged twice after the whistle for getting in an official's face and dropping several F-bombs. Hall and Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders had tussled shortly after the play but it was...
Linebacker London Fletcher is expected to be in the Washington Redskins lineup Sunday at Pittsburgh, barring a last-minute setback, a person familiar with the situation said Saturday night.
If he does play, Fletcher would extend his streak of consecutive games played to an NFL-best 232.
His presence in the lineup also would mean that the Redskins would have their defensive...
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Or, at least, "was" at it again yesterday...
DeAngelo Hall got into an episode of SmackDown with Emmanuel sanders of the Steelers yesterday in the Redskins-Steelers game...
The HQ thinks that if he won the bout, he wouldn't have gotten into the finger-pointing fest with an official that he did... but since he lost on points to Sanders, he...
In what will be a rare occurance to ever happen in National Football League history, the past two Heisman Trophy winners will meet at FedEx Field in Washington, DC next Sunday as the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner in Robert Griffin, III of the Washington Redskins will play host to the 2010 winner of college football’s most prestigious award in Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers. Both...
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Out: WR Pierre Garcon (foot), S Brandon Meriweather (knee)
Questionable: LB London Fletcher (hamstring, head)
Probable: CB Cedric Griffin (hamstring), CB David Jones (achilles tendon), P Sav Rocca (right knee), CB Josh Wilson (shoulder), DE Doug Worthington (calf), RB Darrel Young (hamstring)
The Steelers stopped the Washington Redskins and the No. 1 rushing attack in the league Sunday, 27-12, with an old-school recipe that remains a timeless classic.