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The Washington Redskins have released CB DJ Johnson.
Johnson signed with Washington's practice squad in mid-season and was eventually promoted to the 53 man roster. He appeared in 7 regular season games and recorded 8 tackles. Johnson ended the season on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Johnson's release won't shock too many Redskins fans as he bore blame for allowing a few big pass plays for TDs late int he season.
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This may be a bit late since Robert Griffin III was presented the award on Saturday, but for those of us who did not see his acceptance speech, now you have. “Well it’s truly a blessing to be up here, to be able to stand first and foremost.” After exchanging hugs from family and Redskins owner Dan Snyder, Griffin walked up to accept his award and looked pretty smooth in doing...
The video above is of Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III walking down the red carpet at the NFL Honors ceremony this past weekend. Many reporters mentioned that he looked great. I have to disagree he looks like he’s uncomfortable and is fighting back the urge to limp. This is just my opinion. What do you think. Comment below.
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Quarterback Kirk Cousins is preparing himself to take over as the Washington Redskins’ offensive leader with Robert Griffin III out for the entire offseason.
“Now, in terms of my presence in the locker room and that kind of a thing, I’ll probably try to be a little more vocal so that I don’t come across to my teammates as somebody who’s afraid of that role or not comfortable...
In a video message to the Redskins fans (via Hogs Haven), Robert Griffin says he looks forward to getting back on the field and looks forward to “seeing you guys soon”. Related posts: Where will Robert Griffin take the Redskins? Robert Griffin III Takes Part in Practice Warmups: Not Ruled Out Yet ESPN to Air a 25th Anniversary Doug Williams Piece with Robert Griffin III as Narrator
According to ESPN 980 in Washington D.C., offensive lineman Jammal Brown’s contract will void this coming Friday and he’ll become a free agent.
Source tells 980 Jammal Brown’s deal auto-voids 5 days after SBowl (Friday). He’ll be a FA, will cost 3.3 dead money vs ’13 cap (4.6 M now)
— ESPN 980 (@ESPNRadio980) February 7, 2013
Brown will be turning 32 years-old next month...
The Washington Redskins are taking a beating at the Smithsonian.
The team's nickname - deemed by many as an offensive term toward Native Americans - was a prime topic of discussion at a daylong symposium Thursday at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Washington, D.C., native and University of North Florida professor E. Newton Jackson got a round of applause from the...
We mentioned last night that many Redskins’ season ticket holders have seen as much as a 40 percent increase to the prices of their season tickets.
Now Dan Steinberg of the The Washington Post is reporting that many fans that have season tickets in the upper deck are claiming that their tickets have gone up by as much as 57 percent.
That led to lots of e-mails to me from folks...
The Washington Redskins will have to approach acquisitions with care as they enter the second offseason of their two-year, $36 million cap reduction imposed by the league.
This means theyll have to be graceful about who to sign, who to let go, and which vacancies to leave up to the draft to fill.
I think Lorenzo is back and I think theyll make an attempt to keep Rob Jackson...
As a Native American, former Colorado Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell lists four nicknames he finds offensive: savage, squaw, buck and redskin.
''It's fine if you want to be a savage - use your own picture,'' Campbell said.
Hurtful names and racial stereotypes were discussed and dissected Thursday in a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian's National Museum...
Oft-injured offensive tackle Jammal Browns contract is set to automatically void at 4 p.m. Friday, a move that will trigger $1.1 million in salary cap savings for the Washington Redskins.
Brown, who didnt play last season after failing to overcome a hip injury, in 2011 signed a five-year contract with the Redskins, who in 2010 acquired him via trade from the New Orleans Saints...
Well, that didn't take long. A month after seeing his contract not renewed by ESPN for incendiary comments about Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, disgraced sports bogeyman Rob Parker is back.
Don't worry, Rob Parker isn't likely returning to a television anywhere near you anytime soon. (We hope.) No, Parker has signed up with an independent online sports outfit...
Hurtful names and racial stereotypes of all types were discussed and dissected Thursday in a daylong symposium at the Smithsonian, and the Washington Redskins were at the top of the list for nearly all those who spoke.
"I can only imagine what it would be like to be at a football game at FedEx Field in a crowd of close to 90,000, all screaming at the top of their lungs, when...