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Redskins GM Bruce Allen mentioned that they intend to bring back MLB London Fletcher next season. We want to, we want toand he wants to come back, Allen said, via Redskins.com. Were just waiting for the season to finish, and then were gonna take care of business. Hes a captain. We want our captain back. Fletcher, 36, continued to produce at a high level despite his age and wound up making his third straight Pro Bowl this season. In fact, Fletcher has never missed a game in his NFL which is absolutely astounding when you consider that hes played in the middle of a defense for fourteen seasons. Source: NFL Trade Rumors
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The Washington Redskins are ready to start gearing up for the new season and prove the critics wrong who have them again named as one of the worst teams in the NFL. While all the talk has been about the quarterback situation and whether the team will go and draft Robert Griffin, III or take a chance of Peyton Manning, who through latest reports would love to play in Washington, there...
NFL linebacker Chris Draft and the late Keasha Rutledge Draft the co-founders of the Chris Draft Family Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering families through education and healthy living. Draft started his collegiate football career at Stanford University and entered into the NFL upon graduating.
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Washington Redskins safety Reed Doughty tweeted this very cool photo of a Tebowing snowman.
Check it out.
Doughty’s friend created it.
“Friend and fellow Univ. of No. Co alum, Jamie Heiner (and friends) built this Tebow-inspired snowman,” tweeted Doughty. “Amazing!” That is one big snowman. And it wasn’t easy to build. It really is amazing.
Redskins safety Reed Doughty’s neighbors were responsible for this huge Tebowing snowman, which I’m sure wasn’t easy to create. But now that the fruits of their labor have been seen by the masses, can we finally put the Tebowing meme to bed?
Good night and good luck.
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Per CSN Washington's Rich Tandler and Jason LaCanfora, the Redskins are set to use their franchise tag on tight end, Fred Davis. The fifth year player is coming off a career year registering nearly 800 yards and three touchdowns before having to sit out the last four games of the season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. The franchise tag for tight ends this...