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Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we featured a story about some Seattle teenagers creating a rather large Tebowing snowman.
Recently, Washington Redskins safety Reed Doughty shared this picture through his Twitter account of a rather massive Tebowing snowman done by a friend of his:
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In the last week, we took a look at quarterbacks Peyton Manning, Kyle Orton and Matt Flynn and how they may or may not fit with the Washington Redskins, who desperately need an answer under center.
But one thing’s clear. Regardless of whom the Redskins go with in free agency — whether the Colts release Manning and Mike Shanahan succeeds in luring the future Hall of Famer...
One of the things that I believe has caused a great divide with regards to the analysis of the Mike Shanahan era in Washington between local commentators (message: you can clearly see where things are running better than before) and national commentators (message: has Mike Shanahan lost his mind?) is -- and this is just my opinion -- determining the identity of the competition. Far...
Quite a day for Clinton Portis news, unexpectedly. First, his agent told NFL.com’s Steve Wyche that a handful of teams have expressed interest in the former Redskins back, and that he will meet with them at next week’s combine. Quoting the site:
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Our theme going into the 2011 season was that you would like this Washington Redskins team even if they finished with the same record as in 2010. The Redskins finished a five-win season—thank Goodness we swept the Giants or it would have been a three-win season—and now they enter the best part of the year, the offseason.
In the past, Daniel Snyder fell for large-scale, questionable...
A handful of teams have expressed interest in veteran running back Clinton Portis, his agent said Thursday. Jason Fletcher said meetings with those teams have been scheduled to take place in Indianapolis during next week's 2012 NFL Scouting Combine. Fletcher said Portis is eager to return to the NFL after not playing during the 2011 season, and playing in five games in 2010....
As the Redskins ponder their options at quarterback, it’s fairly safe to say that the 2012 starter won’t be Rex Grossman. Grossman has yet to get that memo, however. Appearing today on SiriusXM Radio’s Movin’ the Chains with Pat Kirwan and Tim Ryan, Grossman said he wants to stay with the Redskins. “I definitely like…