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The Red Cross and the Redskins are hosting a blood drive at Life Time Fitness in Centreville, Va. on Wed., Dec. 21st from 9 a.m.– 4 p.m.
All participants will get one free ticket to the Redskins-Vikings game this Saturday, Dec. 24th! There will also be special appearances by legendary Redskins Gary Clark and Ravin Caldwell, and a visit by two Redskins Cheerleaders.
Call 1-800-REDCROSS to register now or learn more at www.redcrossblood.org/redskins. Because tickets go fast, appointments are strongly encouraged.
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Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman knows that this season has been an audition for his future role, whether it’s with the Washington Redskins or some other team. But he hasn’t let the scrutiny faze him.
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Washington Redskins rookie outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan added to his team lead in sacks and ended a two-game drought by dropping Giants quarterback Eli Manning for a 13-yard loss in the fourth quarter of his team’s 23-10 victory Sunday.
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The Washington Redskins promoted defensive end Doug Worthington and tight end Rob Myers to the active roster and cut tight end Dominique Byrd.
Plus, the Redskins signed safety Michael Hamlin and tight end Schuylar Oordt to the practice squad.
BR> Worthington is a former Pittsburgh Steelers seventh-round draft pick.
No Akh this next couple of weeks ?? No problem ! The Old Man steps up his game with an early column
Can you say 7-9? Yup, that is exactly what I see coming down the pike for us. What a strange season that would make it. 3-1 start, 3-1 finish. Major cycling the bowl the remainder of the year. The plain truth, however, is that we played a lot of tough close games and...
Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss is in hot water with the IRS.
According to the Detroit News, the IRS filed a tax lien claiming that Moss owes $258,000 in taxes related to his 2006 earnings.
Moss, 32, earned $1.9 million that year.
Having transcribed more Clinton Portis radio interviews than possibly any living human, I was thrilled to learn that the former Redskins star would be on both Mike & Mike and Colin Cowherd’s program during a Tuesday trip to Bristol. Portis made headlines virtually every Tuesday in D.C., and this would be like a nostalgic trip to free blog traffic land.
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The Redskins pulled off a surprise victory over the New York Giants Sunday, winning 23-10 in a game that wasn’t as close as the final score or statistics indicated.
The Redskins improved to 5-9 on the year as they dropped the Giants to 7-7 and muddled New York’s playoff chances.
It was one of the most convincing wins the Redskins have recorded since Mike Shanahan took over last...
ANALYSIS/OPINION: A six-game losing streak in the NFL can be like getting caught in a tornado. There's no telling what might get carried off in the whirlwind — the quarterback, the coach, a coordinator, even a blocking sled. To their credit, the Washington Redskins have emerged from their Six Weeks ...
Santana Moss fastened the buttons on his red-and-green plaid shirt inside the MetLife Stadium visitor's locker room late Sunday afternoon and let the holiday spirit take over. "I saw mommy kissing Saaaaantaaaaaa!!" he belted out, hitting maybe one correct note. His song blended into the buzz in the air, an ...
Rex Grossman threw a touchdown pass, and the Washington Redskins put a hurt on the New York Giants and their playoff hopes with a 23-10 victory on Sunday.
In Week 15, the Washington Redskins visited the New York Giants and appeared to be the team playing for a playoff spot. The defense flustered Giants quarterback Eli Manning all day, intercepting him three times as his receivers made a number of key drops. The offense also made enough plays ...