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Pro Sports Daily:
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather was placed on season-ending injured reserve with the torn right ACL he suffered against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Meriweather made his season debut against the Eagles after missing the team's first nine games with a knee injury. He made an immediate impact, recording seven tackles (three solo), two passes defensed and an interception before being injured. Cornerback Jerome Murphy was signed by the Redskins. Murphy was a third-round pick by the St. Louis Rams in 2010. He registered 20 tackles in 14 games as a rookie, and was acquired by the New Orleans Saints on waivers on Sept. 2. He was waived after seeing action in the team's first two games and landed with the Detroit Lions, who released him on Sept. 29 following one game with the team.
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Washington Redskins fans have been waiting all season to see Brandon Meriweather suit up and take the field as the starting strong safety for a defense that has been struggling. 1st it was the original knee injury to his left knee, than there was the freak re-injury in pregame warmups of the Tampa game that left Meriweather sidelined again. But yesterday, Brandon Meriweather finally...
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather left Sunday’s game early after injuring his knee. After the game he indicated he could have come back in but the game was out of hand at that point since they were blowing the Eagles out.
#Redskins S Brandon Meriweather (knee) says he was available, but was held out thanks to the lopsided score. #HTTR
— Redskins (@Redskins) November...
The Washington Redskins have placed safety Brandon
Meriweather on injured reserve after he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in
Sunday’s 31-6 romp over the Philadelphia Eagles, the team has announced.
Meriweather will be placed in injured reserve and is expected to have surgery with a six month recovery time. This is his first NFL injury.
— Redskins (@Redskins) November 19...
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather will miss the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate knee ligament in Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington coach Mike Shanahan announced Monday. The contest against the Eagles was Meriweather's first game of the season after being sidelined with injuries to his knee. Meriweather, who...
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather is out for the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, one day after his impressive season debut in a win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Meriweather went down without contact early in the third quarter of Sunday's 31-6 victory. He had one interception, broke up two passes and had seven tackles despite playing a little more than...
The Washington Redskins continue to lose defensive players faster then they can get them back. Safety Brandon Meriweather was unable to last more then one game after tearing his right ACL. The tear will cost Meriweather the remainder of the season.
Meriweather downplayed the injury following the game saying he could have returned to the game. He missed the first nine games of the...
Pierre Garcon is expected to return to the field today for the Washington Redskins. The receiver has been dealing with a foot injury and has missed much of the season. Garcon has not played since Week 5 and have done almost nothing to help the Redskins passing game since his outburst in the opening week of the season. How much the Redskins plan to use him today is unknown.
Quarterback Michael Vick is officially inactive for Sunday's game with the concussion he suffered last week, and rookie Nick Foles will start for the Philadelphia Eagles. Foles will face a Washington Redskins secondary that will have safety Brandon Meriweather for the first time this season. Meriweather, who has been recovering from a knee injury, is expected to start in place...
The bye week was so nice, but it’s good getting to watch RGIII again, and it sounds like Pierre Garcon and Brandon Meriweather are actually playing. Plus, it’d feel great to beat Philly, even if it’s the NFC East Basement Bowl. Enjoy.
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Line: Redskins -4
Prediction: Redskins, 21-20
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