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The Washington Redskins have had to revamp their offensive line several times this season because of injury. Rookie guard Maurice Hurt, whom the team drafted in the seventh round out of Florida, has been pressed into action.
Hurt opened the season on the practice squad, but was called up to the 53-man roster in mid-October. After two weeks of inactivity, his first action came in a start against San Francisco’s rugged defense. He started the following game, missed the next with a knee injury and then returned to action last week at Seattle.
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Some guys just don’t get it. There is certain behavior that your average, responsible adult would expect to stop after high school or even college, but unfortunately that isn’t always the case. Take the Washington Redskins’ Trent Williams and Fred Davis, for example. According to the Washington Post, the NFL has suspended both the tackle [...]
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Monday that he had yet to speak with the NFL in regards to the four-game suspensions faced by tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams. The coach said until he does hear from the league, he will not discuss the situation and will proceed with business as usual.
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Two men were hospitalized with possible minor injuries Sunday after an escalator came to a sudden stop near the end of the Washington Redskins' loss to the New York Jets at FedEx Field.
The incident happened as a large portion of the crowd was exiting the stadium in Landover, Md., myFOXwashington.com reported.
Several people were evaluated by the Prince George's County...
Trent Williams and Fred Davis getting suspended four games each for a reported third violation of NFL drug rules is a disaster, both for the players and for their team. No one would argue with that.
“This was a year to rebuild, to assemble a responsible locker room, to show modest progress on the field but with greatly increased accountability and lessened drama off it,” Tom...
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1. “Things Ain’t Like They Used to Be” by The Black Keys
In many ways, the Washington Redskins’ 34-19 loss to the New York Jets was a perfect representation of the 2011 season.
In both instances, the team looked at its best the first time it took the field, gave the fans plenty of [...]
Frustration and disappointment were the flavors in the Redskins locker room this evening, as the team knows that they let a golden opportunity slip away.
For the offense today, it was the tale of two halves, with 183 yards in the first half, and 121 in the second half. On defense, it was the tale of three quarters vs. the fourth quarter, with 168 yards and 13 points through...
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams face a four-game suspension by the NFL for violating the league's substance abuse policy, according to a Sports Illustrated report. A Redskins spokesman said the team is not aware of the suspensions. Sports Illustrated reported that they are scheduled ...
LANDOVER, Md. — An already difficult season for the Washington Redskins is getting worse: Left tackle Trent Williams and tight end Fred Davis are expected to be suspended by the NFL for the last four games for violating the league's substance abuse policy, two people with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.
My Gleek friend tells me that it’s all about MASHUPS! these days. That’s right, MASHUPS!!
In an attempt to broaden TJB’s demographic, here’s some MASHUPS! in the form of game notes. Just click the title for the accompanying song.
Her Flight Lands at Nine, My Game Just Rewind – Marky Marky give me one more chance, Marky Marky give me one more chance. Seriously, how...
It was apparently too much to ask. The Washington Redskins just can't seem to get through a season without a major off-the-field distraction.
The Redskins are looking for a silver lining on the rain clouds that hang over their season thus far, while the Jets look to hold on to the dwindling sunshine of an AFC wildcard spot.