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Tweet Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher has been with the franchise since 2007 and has become a fan favorites during that span. Friday on Twitter, Fletcher had a message for huge Redskinsâ€™ rival Dallas Cowboys fans that live in DC: 1 word for Dallas fans who live in DCâ€¦MOVE! #HTTR â€” London Fletcher (@LFletcher59) February [...]
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Skins Could Strike Gold In Free Agency This Year Image via Mister Irrelevant Â After the year that the Washington Redskins had in the 2012 season, the Skins are in prime position to land some guys that not only could add to the core of the team but also could became very helpful down the line. And with the team finally showing they can compete, it is a perfect time for owner Dan...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a history of being a solid golf player. Prior to becoming the starting quarterback of the Cowboys there were some who thought Romo might have made a career in golf.
This weekend at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am the team of Romo and PGA player Jordan Speith are currently in the top-10.
â€śIt was good to kind of get it going a little bit,â€ť Romo...
Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com has indicated that heâ€™s not expecting the Cowboys to make many moves once free agency opens up next month.
Eatman points to the fact that the Cowboys loaded up during last offseasonâ€™s free agency period.
The fax machines were blowing up with contract offers here at Valley Ranch. The Cowboys gotÂ Brandon CarrÂ andKyle Orton, followed byÂ Nate LivingsÂ andÂ Dan...
The Washington Redskins are taking a beating at the Smithsonian.
The team's nickname - deemed by many as an offensive term toward Native Americans - was a prime topic of discussion at a daylong symposium Thursday at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Washington, D.C., native and University of North Florida professor E. Newton Jackson got a round of applause from the...
Emmitt Smith is an all time Dallas Cowboys great and has the pulse of everything Dallas. Â Smith was a guest onÂ 105.3 KRLD-FM,Â andÂ was asked about the criticism Cowboys starter Tony Romo gets.
Smith as honest as could be, said the criticism of Romo is unfair, and added Romo runs for his life.
I donâ€™t think any of it is really fair, especially Tony Romo. Tony Romo is playing...
We mentioned last night Â that many Redskinsâ€™ season ticket holders have seen as much as a 40 percent increase to the prices of their season tickets.
Now Dan Steinberg of the The Washington Post is reporting that many fans that have season tickets in the upper deck are claiming that their tickets have gone up by as much as 57 percent.
That led to lots of e-mails to me from folks...
Â Many people have been calling for Jason Garrett to be fired as the Dallas Cowboysâ€™ head coach after only a 21-19 total record so far through his tenure. Owner Jerry Jones has always been quick to give Garrett his full support despite the almost .500 record. In an interview with the Cowboys website, Jones [...]
The season is over and this will be the first Sunday post Super Bowl, and Iâ€™m already dreading the offseason; however, for the most die hard of die hard fans, the 2013 is just beginning! Letâ€™s take a look at some important dates:
NFL Combine: Feb. 23-26, 2013
NFL Free Agency: March 12, 2013
NFL Draft: April 25-27, 2013
HOF Inductions: Aug. 3, 2013 (Larry Allen enshrinement,...
In the wake of the Super Bowl revelation that Ray Lewis allegedly used a banned substance containing deer antler spray, former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman says thatâ€™s nothing.
During an interview on 105.3 The Fan, Casillas admitted that his Cowboys teams used similar forms of animal substances for treatment in the locker room per Pro Football Talk.Â
â€śWhen I heard about...
As a Native American, former Colorado Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell lists four nicknames he finds offensive: savage, squaw, buck and redskin.
''It's fine if you want to be a savage - use your own picture,'' Campbell said.
Hurtful names and racial stereotypes were discussed and dissected Thursday in a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian's National Museum...