Found December 04, 2012 on
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The NFL has suspended Redskins CB Cedric Griffin for four games without pay due to the player’s use of performance enhancing drugs, per The Washington Post.
Griffin’s suspension will take him out of the rest of the season but he’ll be able to be activated for the playoffs.
Rookie Richard Crawford, a seldom used cornerback who saw time when Griffin was injured at the beginning of the season, figures to step in as Washington’s third corner.
BEST OF MAXIM
Washington Redskins cornerback Cedric Griffin has been suspended four games without pay for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing substances.
Griffin's suspension was announced Tuesday and begins immediately. He will miss the rest of the regular season and be eligible to return to the active roster on Dec. 31, following the team's Dec. 30 game against the...
The Redskins pulled a win from their hat Monday Night to pull within a game of the incredibly mediocre NFC East. But Redskins fans in section 429 of FedExField took a break from the regularly-scheduled programming (RG3 making defenses look silly) to get their hats handed to them by a couple Giants fan.
This fan fight has all the ingredients of a beauty — East Coasters, liquid...
WHAT A POTTY MOUTH
Following Washington's win over the New York Monday night, Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly was overheard colorfully expressing his feelings about his team's rivals.
The great game that is fantasy football is rarely dull. By that I mean, it’s hard as snit to predict what you’re gonna get from week to week, even when you have the studliest of studs in your lineup. Just ask any person who drafted Aaron Rodgers how the first few weeks of the season felt or a Drew Brees owner if they missed the playoffs when he dropped a 5 INT, 0 TD pass...
If the battle between the stumbling G-Men and the plucky Redskins wasn’t entertaining enough after Robert Griffin III led Washington over New York on Monday night, 17-16, this should do it.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly made his rounds in the locker room afterward and expressed just how nice it was to beat the Giants.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder congratulating everyone in...
D.C. fans have a thing for Christmas puns for their young savior athletes. When Stephen Straburg debuted, they had a Strasmas. Now it’s Griffmas. Give some of the other religions a chance to have bad gags on their holidays, guys. Anyway, there are few cities more desperate for something to be excited about with their sports teams, so it is joy and rapture around D.C., for their...