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Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry was held out of practice on Wednesday and might be miss this Sunday’s game against the Dolphins because of a sore Achilles tendon. It’s the same Achilles that caused Landry to miss the final seven games of last season as well this year’s preseason. Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan was asked [...]
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Washington Redskins strong safety LaRon Landry missed practice on Wednesday because of a sore left Achilles’ tendon. It’s the same Achilles that forced Landry to miss the final seven weeks of last season and kept him from earning his first trip to the Pro Bowl.
Asked when Landry suffered the setback, coach Mike Shanahan said, “It was sore today, so we kept him out [of practice...
Santana Moss and Chris Cooley are featured front and center in this Official Redskins Store adThe Washington Redskins recently ran an ad via email (pictured above) advertising $25 off of “select jerseys”. We can grant the Redskins that it is nearing that special time of year where gifts are given and received, but with numbers 47 and 89 being placed front and center you have...
Sunday at Sun Life Stadium, the Cook brothers will stand on opposite sidelines. Erik Cook is a reserve center for the Redskins, and his older brother, Ryan, is a reserve offensive lineman for the Dolphins.
“It’s definitely pretty cool I get to go against my brother,” Erik said Thursday in the locker room.
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On Thursday, Nov. 10, during its 98th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, the American Cancer Society awarded the NFL with of the Corporate Philanthropy Impact award. Tanya Snyder, wife of Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, is one of the leage’s national spokespeople for “A Crucial Catch,” the breast cancer awareness campaign, and accepted the award on behalf of...
Jammal Brown (groin), Oshiomogho Atogwe (toe, knee), LaRon Landry (Achilles), Markus White (illness), Niles Paul (toe), Keyaron Fox (knee, skin infection) and Santana Moss (hand) all did not practice Wednesday.
Paul and Moss are out for Sunday. The others have yet to be ruled out.
Trent Williams practiced fully after being slowed by an ankle sprain. He suffered no setbacks after...
Washington Redskins running back Tashard Choice went through his first full-speed practice since joining the team last week and said he can’t wait to take the field Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Choice, whom Dallas waived on Oct. 29th and signed with Washington two days later, was limited last week by a lingering strained hamstring, but he finally returned to full strength...
(photo by Brian Murphy)
Ladies and gentlemen, back by popular demand, it’s time for another round of “caption this.”
The game is fairly simple, as you hopefully know by now. I supply the photo and you bring the witty reader-submitted captions. You might not win any cool prizes, but you’ll be formally recognized for being better than your [...]
In Monday's Washington Post there was a wonderful picture - if "wonderful" is the appropriate word - of the sack Redskins rookie linebacker Ryan Kerrigan had on quarterback Alex Smith in the first quarter of the Niners' 19-11 win.
In the photo, Kerrigan's helmet is seemingly imbedded in the...
Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Miami.
Anthony Armstrong became a Miami Dolphins sensation during OTAs of 2009.
The former Arena League standout, who had just spent the past season on the Dolphins’ practice squad, was unstoppable on offense when the team wasn’t wearing pads.
The Texas speedster could get behind any defensive back with ease, and if the ball was put on the money Armstrong typically delivered a big...
Watch and enjoy as 49ers quarterback Alex Smith gets sandwiched by Redskins LBs Ryan Kerrigan and Rocky McIntosh (over and over and over …):