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Washington Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said rookie wide receiver Leonard Hankerson will remain in the starting lineup for a second straight week after recording four catches for 34 yards Sunday.
In the last three weeks, Hankerson has risen quickly. After spending the first five games on the inactive list, he has improved his play in practices and three weeks ago, he suited up for the first time all season.
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Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said he was pleased with the play of rookie Roy Helu in Helu’s first professional start, but the coach declined to say whether the Nebraska product would start next week against Miami.
Helu had a franchise record 14 catches – most of them on dump-off passes from John Beck -- for 105 yards and carried the ball 10 times for 41 yards in Washington’s...
Doc Walker had some fairly critical comments about John Beck during Sunday’s Redskins Radio Network broadcast, suggesting immediately after the game that Rex Grossman would have given the team a better chance to win.
Almost a full 24 hours later, Walker appeared on ESPN 980’s morning-after Skins show, and by that point his comments had intensified.
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Its official, the Washington Redskins are heading down the all-to familiar path of self-destruction that they have experienced in seasons past. The offense is playing like they are just going through the motions and special teams isn’t giving them any opportunity to excel. “Right now you take a look at the offense and it’s tough to take. It’s tough to take for me,” Shanahan...
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...
The Washington Redskins signed free agent wide receiver David Anderson on Monday to try and provide some kind of spark to their offensive passing game. Anderosn spent the past six seasons with the Texans, where he played under current Redskins offensive coordiantor Kyle Shanahan when he was a coach for Houston. In order to make [...]
Shanahan is making changes but this being week 10 I’m not sure how much or little it will help.
The Redskins have released WR Donte Stallworth, DE Darrion Scott, TE Dominique Byrd, CB Brandyn Thompson and RB Tristan Davis (practice squad).
New signings to the Redskins: DL Kentwan Balmer (49ers, Panthers), WR David Anderson (Texans) and CB Domonique Johnson.
The Patriots have...
Maybe it's because coach Mike Shanahan feels he has no other choice, but John Beck will remain the Redskins' starting quarterback. The situation can't sit well with fans in D.C.
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...
Watch and enjoy as 49ers quarterback Alex Smith gets sandwiched by Redskins LBs Ryan Kerrigan and Rocky McIntosh (over and over and over …):
It's not just that the Washington Redskins lost Sunday. It's the way they lost. In times of crisis - and that time is definitely at hand for the Redskins - the coaching staff has to check its egos at the door and try to win games however it can. It's ...
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- The Washington Redskins have signed receiver David Anderson and released receiver Donte' Stallworth.
OK, this couldn't possibly have been Washington's game-plan against the Niners: Roy Helu saw as many pass targets on Sunday (17) as all of the Redskins' wide receivers combined (Gaffney 5, Hankerson 5, Austin 5, Armstrong 1, Paul 1).
Washington quarterback John Beck seemed to be acutely aware — perhaps too aware — of the prior week's sack total. Beck was dropped...