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Washington Redskins defensive end Kedric Golston expressed relief that the torn MCL and partially-torn ACL in his left knee won’t require surgery and said that, although disappointed, he knows being placed on injured reserve was the best move for himself and the team.
Speaking for the first time since he suffered the injury against Miami in Week 10, Golston said after examining his knee, doctors prescribed a rehabilitation process that is expected to take four to six weeks. Although he possibly could have returned to the field this season, the Redskins elected to place Golston on the season-ending injured reserve list, and Golston understood why.
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Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss practiced for the second straight day and is on track to make his return Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.Moss participated fully in Thursday's session as he works his way back from a broken hand suffered in a Week 6 game against the Carolina Panthers.The 32-year-old kept in shape by engaging in running drills while his hand healed...
Losing in the NFL usually leads to the proverbial finger-pointing by media and fans to figure out “Who done it?” After Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall jumped the route on the situation and put the blame squarely on his own shoulders.
His conclusion was, that for his cost vs. provided value, he would cut himself from the roster.
Washington Redskins strong safety LaRon Landry said his strained left Achilles’ tendon feels better this week after he sat out Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. He added that he looks forward to returning to the field in Seattle, if Mike Shanahan will allow him.
“I feel a lot better. Like I said before, when it started aggravating me, I knew it was something that was...
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said he stood by his harsh assessment of himself following Sunday’s loss to Dallas – a rant in which Hall said if he ran the Redskins, he would cut himself – but said he remained confident.
Hall was furious at himself for slipping on a pass in overtime to receiver Dez Bryant that set up the Cowboys’ winning field goal.
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DeAngelo Hall suggested the Redskins let him go after a tough loss. But instead of cutting the cornerback, coach Mike Shanahan let reporters know he wants more players like Hall on his roster.
When the Redskins and Cowboys took the field on Sunday, it was a reuniting of two Melbourne, Australia natives in punters Sav Rocca and Mat McBriar.
While Rocca went through the Aussie Rules Football League as a first career, McBriar went through the more traditional NCAA-to-NFL path. He was a college standout at Hawaii, where he was the first Australian to make the Hula...
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DeAngelo Hall joked Wednesday that he had to tell players around the NFL that he's not on "suicide watch" because of his harsh self-critique following the Washington Redskins' 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys. "I had so many calls from other guys in the league telling me how great I was as a corner," Hall said. "And I'm, like, 'Dude...
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Throughout the past week there was talk of how much the Redskins-Cowboys rivalry has diminished over the years. Neither team has been successful over the past decade and that has taken away from what was once a premier matchup – not just locally but nationally.
But the sizzle is back after a thriller from FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon. Momentum swings, big-time plays, drama –...
ANALYSIS/OPINION: A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys. GAME BALLS ILB LONDON FLETCHER: This was one of those games in which you simply appreciate the opportunity to ...