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A quick glance at a stat sheet reveals a respectable Washington Redskins offense. Rated 17th in the NFL in total offense, the Redskins boast the league's 12th-ranked aerial attack. Their emerging rookie running back, Roy Helu, has rushed for at least 100 yards in each of the team's past three ...
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Some unfavorable information about Santana Moss came out Friday afternoon when the Detroit News reported that the Washington Redskins receiver owes the Internal Revenue Service $258,017 in unpaid income taxes from 2006.
The IRS filed a tax lean Nov.22 against Moss’s $5.2 million Florida home, according to court documents.
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Calling all Redskins gamers, it’s time for your weekly Redskins updates for Madden ’12, along with my own wry commentary. This week, we have the typical increases and decreases, additions and subtractions. We also have a virtual equipment update and an issue of dominant hand orientation.
Check out the full list of Redskins moves and alterations this week:
After going through three different punters during the 2010 season, the Washington Redskins found some much-needed stability this year with the acquisition of free agent Sav Rocca.
The 38-year-old Australian has recorded 26 punts inside the 20-yard-line and only one touchback this season, which ties him for first in the NFC and second in the NFL.
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I must’ve missed this while flipping to the end of Chiefs-Packers, but here’s London Fletcher squaring up Giants TE Bear Pascoe, who weighs 283 lb.
(Thanks to Mr. Irrelevant reader brendan for the heads up.)
Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss is in hot water with the IRS.
According to the Detroit News, the IRS filed a tax lien claiming that Moss owes $258,000 in taxes related to his 2006 earnings.
Moss, 32, earned $1.9 million that year.
It’s just another wild day in the NFC East.
In the opening moments of the second quarter, Santana Moss hurdled another Redskins milestone, catching his 37th Redskins touchdown for his career, and 56th over. He has now passed Ricky Sanders for sole possession of seventh place in Redskins history.
It’s only fitting that he does so in the city where his career started...
1. Will Washington's turnover streak continue? They've turned it over in 27 straight games, the longest active streak in the NFL. Rex Grossman has thrown an interception in nine straight games. As a result, the Redskins have a minus-14 turnover ratio, the worst in the NFL. 2. Can Roy Helu ...
Redskins receiver Santana Moss has made plenty of money during 11 NFL seasons. The IRS believes that it hasn’t gotten its full cut. The Detroit News reports, via USA Today, that Moss owes $258,017 in back taxes. The claim came to light because a tax lien has been filed on Santana’s $5.2 million home in…
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Rex Grossman threw a touchdown pass, and the Washington Redskins put a hurt on the New York Giants and their playoff hopes with a 23-10 victory on Sunday.
Washington Redskins (4-9) at New York Giants (7-6), Sundayat 1pm in the MeadowlandsBy Ben Kelly - InReeseWeTrust.com 12/17/11What happened last week?The Redskins nearly knocked of the Patriots in Washingtonlast week before a last-second interception swung through the hands of receiverSantana Moss and into Jerod Mayo’s open arms, halting the comeback. The ‘Skins losttwo three...
Sunday’s Redskins-Patriots game saw four players draw personal foul penalties that could have drawn fines from the league office, but only two of them will have their paychecks docked. The NFL told PFT that Patriots defensive end Andre Carter was fined $15,000 for roughing Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman, while Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was fined…
ANALYSIS/OPINION EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — It was never about the playoffs for the Washington Redskins this season. Not, certainly, after the decision was made to stand pat at the quarterback spot. For the rebuilding Redskins, it was more about another p-word: progress. Would they be in a better place in ...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — If the Washington Redskins proved anything, it might be that the New York Giants don't belong in the playoffs. Rex Grossman threw a touchdown pass and the Redskins put a major hurt on the Giants and their playoff hopes with a 23-10 victory on Sunday. Grossman ...