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Pro Sports Daily:
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Jammal Brown will remain on the physically unable to perform list with a hip injury. The 6-foot-6, 317-pound Brown was sidelined Aug. 27 with the injury but was cleared to return to practice on Nov. 6. He's in his third season with the Redskins and has played in 85 career games. The Redskins also announced that linebacker Darryl Gamble was released from their practice squad, which he joined Sept. 2 after one season with the San Diego Chargers.
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The Giants defensive lineman says that until he retires, the Redskins quarterback "is going to be a fixture in my dreams and nightmares."
The loss of Andre Brown left a hole at running back with talented but unproven rookie David Wilson as the second back. Wilson’s history of fumbling problems doesn’t give Tom Coughlin much confidence if the kid can't handle the load, Torrain will get a chance to jump start his career. Torain hasn’t played a game since last December but is a solid back when healthy. However...
Five years ago today, the NFL football family lost a great father, friend and player in safety Sean Taylor. Sean Taylor followed in the footsteps of former Miami Hurricane greats as he established himself as a force in the defensive back field in college and at the pro level. After winning a BCS National Championship in 2001, Taylor was drafted by the Washington Redskins...
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If you were to tell me that someone from the University of Michigan made a strip of bacon and put it in front of my face, it would not stop me from eating it. Bacon is bacon, I don’t care who made it. In fact, I had an awesome homemade turkey club. Anyway, all of [...]
The Washington Redskins have claimed linebacker Bryan Kehl off waivers and released linebacker Mario Addison.
Kehl spent training camp with the Redskins but was cut at the end of preseason. He has since played three games with the Kansas City Chiefs before being cut this week.
Kehl has also played with the New York Giants and St. Louis Rams in his five-year NFL career.
- Below is the video of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III receiving a WWE Title replica from his teammates that aired on last night’s RAW:- WWE will tape Main Event, SmackDown and Saturday Morning Slam tonight from the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana. Confirmed for this week’s Main Event tapings is Damien Sandow vs. John Cena. Big Show vs. Sheamus...