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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan isn’t in a hurry to become a head coach and some people around the league believe that at the age of 33, he’s too young right now.Publicly, the younger Shanahan hasn’t sounded too interested in other jobs, and I’m told privately he hasn’t, either. Based on talking to people around the league, the view from many is that he’s just a bit too young and not quite ready to be a head coach.Though, few doubt the impressive job he’s done with RG3. And talking to people close with Shanahan, it doesn’t sound like he’s in a hurry to go anywhere. It would be hard to turn down a firm offer for a head coaching job if one came. But Shanahan — who has excelled with the Texans and with theRedskins – might want to continue learning from his father. And, of course, he might be considering the possibility that he is part of the succession plan in Washington. That is not the craziest of thoughts. Anywa
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We are all right there with you 20 years of waiting, 20 years of heartbreak, 20 years of losing, 20 years of horrendous quarterbacks. Robert was a blessing to this troubled franchise, and his talents gave him the ability to do amazing things on the field that the NFL had never seen before, Robert was special. So after the game on October 7th when Robert suffered a concussion...
This unidentified grocery store's attempt to make a Washington Redskins cake was a good effort, except for one small detail.
Unfortunately, it's the most critical detail of the cake: they misspelled the team name. Sorry, it's not spelled "Reskins".
Since the cake apparently hasn't been sold yet, maybe it can still be fixed. Or, maybe the...
Talk about 9 inch nails. Pepper Cox might be the biggest Washington Redskins fan around. She started growing her fingernails 11 years ago and has painted them burgundy and gold every football season since
"Dan Snyder, I love him. I just wish sometimes he'd get a front line - I
need an offensive front line, but I love him," says Cox.
The Washington Redskins have restored cornerback Cedric Griffin to the 53-man roster in time for the playoffs after his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that Griffin will be available for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Griffin's suspension ended Monday, and the coaching...
Redskins defensive tackle Kedric Golston told USA Today sports that Seahwaks cornerback Richard Sherman is a cheater for failing a drug test.Sherman responded to Golston’s comments by comparing himself to Jesus.“Everybody has haters…People think Jesus didn’t exist. They think he wasn’t a miracle worker,” said Sherman, per USA Today Sports via Black Sports Online. There...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t
included on the team’s injury report this week and linebacker London Fletcher
is probable to play today against the Seattle Seahawks, but offensive lineman
Kory Lichtensteiger is questionable to play with an ankle injury.
Fletcher missed practice on Wednesday and again on Friday as
he continues to be hampered by his...
According to the Washington Post, Redskins linebacker London Fletcher didn’t sound very certain that he would be back next season.Fletcher, 37, is the third-oldest player in the NFL, but continues to play well. He remains under contract after re-signing with Washington last spring. However, he addressed the entire Redskins team in the locker room, and some of his teammates wondered...
During the final minutes of the Redskins loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, RG3 was injured in a horrific manner. The extent of the injury isn’t known yet, but we are very positive that knees aren’t supposed to bend like they do below.
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Going to be a lot of discussion should he have been in the game.
Robert Griffin III RG3 Hurts Knee
Robert Griffin III knows he's getting criticized for playing
hurt in the Washington Redskins' playoff loss.
When players from the Seahawks and Redskins met at mid-field following their NFC playoff game, it was only a matter of time before Richard Sherman and Trent Williams found each other.
The result was so talking and then attempted punch/shove by Williams to the face of Sherman. As players were seperated the Seattle corner took a chance to wave.
Seattle won the game 24-14 and will play...