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The Redskins head into their final practice day before Sunday’s game against the New York Giants ostensibly still deciding who will play left tackle – either rookie Willie Smith or veteran Sean Locklear. The evidence, though, points to Smith, who struggled in parts of his NFL debut last Sunday against the New England Patriots – giving up a sack that forced a fumble that led to a touchdown on the third play of his career – but rebounded to play solidly, in the estimation of coaches, for much of the second half.
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In the final dog days of another losing season, the Washington Redskins played the distraction game - by trotting out a reminder from the glory days.
Out came the three polished Super Bowl trophies. In walked owner Dan Snyder to rattle off some statistics from an era before he bought the team.
The guest of honor: Richie Petitbon, the defensive coordinator whose name is on all three...
LaRon Landry's disappointing season is over, as the Washington Redskins plan to place the strong safety on injured reserve.Landry appeared in just eight games for the Redskins in 2011 and will not play again this season after suffering a groin injury late last month in a game against the Seattle Seahawks.Landry, 27, has appeared in just 17 games over the past two seasons due...
Rookie DeJon Gomes has replaced LaRon Landry as the Washington Redskins' first-string strong safety, defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said Thursday morning. Landry still is recovering from a strained groin that has kept him out of the last two games. The coaching staff decided to promote Gomes to a starting role ...
Richie Petitbon, the Redskins long-time defensive coordinator who helped the team win three Super Bowls, will be inducted into the Redskins Ring of Fame this month.
“We’re just ecstatic,” owner Daniel Snyder said.
The team announced Petitbon as its newest inductee at an afternoon news conference Thursday at Redskins Park. He’ll be formally honored during the halftime of the...
Washington Redskins safety LaRon landry will be placed on season ending injured reserve for the second straight season after being hindered once again by the same Achilles that ended his 2010 season early. Landry decided to not have surgery this past offseason and now it seems that it’s back fired on him, since he was never [...]
A wasted season is over for Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry, whose sore left Achilles tendon hasn't fully healed and will now likely require surgery.
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ASHBURN, Va. -- A wasted season is over for Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry, whose sore left Achilles tendon hasn’t fully healed and will now likely require surgery.
Now it’s a matter of waiting to see if the injury has ended Landry’s Redskins career as well.
1. Will Washington's turnover streak continue? They've turned it over in 27 straight games, the longest active streak in the NFL. Rex Grossman has thrown an interception in nine straight games. As a result, the Redskins have a minus-14 turnover ratio, the worst in the NFL. 2. Can Roy Helu ...
Washington Redskins (4-9) at New York Giants (7-6), Sundayat 1pm in the MeadowlandsBy Ben Kelly - InReeseWeTrust.com 12/17/11What happened last week?The Redskins nearly knocked of the Patriots in Washingtonlast week before a last-second interception swung through the hands of receiverSantana Moss and into Jerod Mayo’s open arms, halting the comeback. The ‘Skins losttwo three...
Prior to this season, Barry Cofield and Eli Manning were teammates. Cofield was on the Giants’ 2007 Super Bowl team, so he saw Manning lead the most important game-winning drive of his career to achieve the impossible. Still, that was not Manning at his best. This year’s edition of Eli is one of the best [...]
Sunday’s Redskins-Patriots game saw four players draw personal foul penalties that could have drawn fines from the league office, but only two of them will have their paychecks docked. The NFL told PFT that Patriots defensive end Andre Carter was fined $15,000 for roughing Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman, while Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was fined…