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Washington Redskins’ Coach Mike Shanahan said after Sunday’s 17-10 victory over the St. Louis Rams that running back Tim Hightower didn’t look like himself in practice last week, and the coach had wondered if the back was a little banged up.
On Monday, the coach said Hightower revealed that he injured a shoulder on the third play of the game. Shanahan didn’t say which shoulder was hurt and said he didn’t know how serious the injury was. He declined to say whether the team would make a change in its running back depth chart based on injury or Ryan Torain’s strong performance Sunday.
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The Redskins are off to a 3-1 start and are entering their bye week. RB Tim Hightower isn't making elaborate plans for the week off because he has his eyes set on something bigger.
Washington Redskins running back Tim Hightower is making a name for himself on the field with his consistent, grinding style.
Now, he is making a name for himself off the field as well.
In an interview with CSN yesterday– seen in the video above– Hightower essentially guaranteed a Redskins Super Bowl berth stating that “the fun will be in February when you guys are interviewing...
Washington Redskins running back Tim Hightower isn't going to enjoy his week five bye week. Why not? Because it's only October. Hightower told CSNWashington.com that:
"The fun will be in February when you guys are interviewing us up in Indy. That'll be fun. Very bold prediction. But I'm gonna stand by it."
We weren't born yesterday and...
The Super Bowl has been decided. Those of you keeping score at home already know who will be heading to Indianapolis for Super Bowl 46. Start making your travel arrangements, Jets and Redskins fans. Bart Scott said it would be a joke if the Jets don’t win the Super Bowl and Rex Ryan compared himself [...]
During a recent interview with CSN Washington, Tim Hightower got a little excited about the Redskins' 3-1 start and let loose with a Super Bowl prediction.
It wasn't a guarantee, but it was a bold statement to make in Week 4.
But Hightower is standing by his words, as only the noblest of players would do.
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Tim Hightower will see Rex Grossman's prediction that the Washington Redskins will win the NFC East and raise him a conference championship. The 'Skins running back, who may have lost his starting gig to Ryan Torain on Sunday, told CSN Washington that he thinks the team will be playing in Indianapolis this February.
At least someone believes in the Redskins, MJD.
Well, so much for a Redskins bye week without drama. Weeks after quarterback Rex Grossman predicted that the team will win the NFC East (something that suddenly doesn’t seem quite so crazy), running back Tim Hightower predicts that the Redskins will win the NFC, period. Asked by the folks at CSNWashington.com if he plans to…
Rex Grossman predicted the Redskins would win the NFC East in August. Tim Hightower has his sights on even loftier goals.
Run Ryan, run.
As Redskins fans got a glimpse of last year, running back Ryan Torain has the ability to put the team on his back and flat-out produce. He finished the day with 19 rushes for 135 yards, and a 7.1 yards per carry average. This was his fourth career 100-yard game, and the second-highest production of his career.
He was also your runaway (pun intended) winner...
How does a team respond to a loss in Week 3? Come out with an aggressive game plan in Week 4.
The Redskins trotted out a two-tight end set for the second straight week on offense. Instead of pounding the rock as they have to start off every other game this season, the Redskins took flight, running the first three plays off play action. Play action is a big part of this offensive...
1-The Skins almost totally dominated a pathetic Rams team(who might be the worst team in the NFL). They moved the ball consistently with the rush and the pass, saw the Rams made dozens of errors on both sides of the ball and yet by all rights, the skins should have lost the game to the Rams. They let the Rams off the hook with major mistakes on their end and only by the grace of...