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So far this season, Ryan Kerrigan has out-shined his own lofty draft slot, which was a mid-first-round pick. He leads his first-round draft mates in tackles (45), is third in sacks (5), third in tackles for a loss (6), second in interceptions behind cornerback Patrick Peterson (1), second in passes defensed behind Peterson (4), first in forced fumbles (4), and first in defensive touchdowns (1).
On top of that, he’s sixth on the Redskins in tackles, first in tackles for a loss, second in sacks, first in quarterback hits, tied for second in interceptions, first in forced fumbles, and first in defensive touchdowns. He’s been nominated for defensive rookie of the week twice already, and was named the September Defensive Rookie of the Month.
Unofficially, I would call that a lot of individual success.
He’s done everything that coaches have asked of him and he’s an all-around media darling. But one thing he will not do is congratulate himself in the middle of a five-game losin...
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Washington Redskins defensive tackle Kedric Golston suffered an MCL injury in Sunday's loss at Miami.
Golston is expected to be sidelined for a few weeks.
Primarily a backup, Golston has 16 tackles and two sacks this season.
The Redskins employed a bit of trickery in their pregame lineups, waiting until the last minute before announcing that Rex Grossman would start at quarterback in place of John Beck, and linebacker Perry Riley would start in place of Rocky McIntosh.
Both surprise starters had a shaky start on their respective first drives, with Grossman going three-and-out with a sack, and...
Welcome to Washington, wide receiver David Anderson. The newbie Washingtonian caught his first pass as a Redskin–a 14-yard reception to convert on third down–in only his fifth day in the Burgundy and Gold.
As he explained it on Wednesday, he knew the Kyle Shanahan scheme except for about “three words that were different.” But he knows the three words that matter...
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan indicated on Monday that Rex Grossman will remain the starting quarterback for this week’s game against the Cowboys. “Rex is going to be our quarterback,” Shanahan said. “When you go with a veteran quarterback, it’s pretty easy, and usually that situation stays pretty much the same. … I was [...]
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan faced questions following Washington's 20-9 loss to Miami on Sunday — the first time Shanahan has lost five straight games in his career — about his decision to start Rex Grossman over John Beck at quarterback. The following is Shanahan's session with the media on that subject:
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Washington Redskins rookie receiver Leonard Hankerson is out for the year after hurting his right hip in his first NFL 100-yard game. Hankerson dislocated the hip and tore the labrum in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 20-9 loss to Miami. The third-round pick out of Miami was making his second start.
Rex Grossman reportedly is back as the starting quarterback of the Washington Redskins.
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Tony Stewart Racing Driver Now a Seven-Time USAC Champion HANFORD, Calif. (Nov. 13, 2011) – Levi Jones can still remember the first time he strapped into a Sprint Car – a type of open-wheel racecar with an extremely high power-to-weight ratio. It was June 1998 and Jones was 16 years old, and on that day at Red Hill (Ill.) Speedway he simply wanted to be competitive enough to...
Reggie Bush scored two touchdowns and the Miami
Dolphins twice intercepted Rex Grossman to earn their first home
victory in nearly a year by beating the Washington Redskins 20-9
Sunday. It was also the once 0-7 Dolphins' second straight victory.