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The Washington Redskins cut former West Virginia offensive tackle Selvish Capers, a seventh-round draft pick from last year. Capers spent last season on the practice squad. As a senior for the Mountaineers, he was named second-team All-Big East Conference.

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Tim Hightower kicks field goal in practice

Redskins CB Buchanon suspended 4 games for violated league's drug policy

Washington Redskins defensive back Phillip Buchanon's four-game suspension was due to a violation of the league's performance enhancing drug policy, the league announced Friday. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan revealed that Buchanon had been suspended a month ago but did not disclose the reason. Buchanon was used as a nickel back last season, collecting 49 tackles and two...

The Untouchable Brandon Banks

How does one race 95 yards down the field on a punt return, without being touched?  One part blinding speed, 11 parts really good blocking. Certainly everything went right on this return, and everyone managed to take care of their blocks without earning a penalty.  But there were three blocks that helped to eliminate the opportunity for a Bucs player to make a ‘saving tackle...

Redskins Reach Injury Settlement With WR Malcolm Kelly

The Washington Redskins brokered an injury settlement with wide receiver Malcolm Kelly, removing him from their reserve-injured list. Kelly caught only 28 passes for 365 yards and no touchdowns in three NFL seasons. He's a former second-round draft pick from Oklahoma. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan characterized what happened with Kelly as "a shame." Source:

Redskins Release RB Keiland Williams

The Redskins released RB Keiland Williams on Saturday. He started three games last season because of injuries to others. The Redskins drafted RBs Roy Helu and Evan Royster in April, traded for Tim Hightower and tried moving Williams to fullback but it didn't work out. Williams totaled 570 yards and five touchdowns last year and could be serviceable for another team that could...

Redskins get down to 53

The Washington Redskins have reached league-mandated 53-man roster limit following a round of cuts today. If you’ve been following along at home or on your phone all day, you already have seen these names. If you’re just catching up, the cuts are as follows: Quarterbacks Kellen Clemens and Matt Gutierrez Read full article >>

Departed Redskins Say Goodbye To Fans

AP Image The process to compose the final 53-man roster is always bittersweet, as quality players and people are left on the outside looking in.  It’s never personal, but a simple numbers game that determines how the roster is constructed.  Every coach and organization has their strategies, but at the end of the day, only 53 can stay. Anthony Armstrong pretty much nailed the...

Hail To The Redskins Walk: Part 4

Despite being a straight-laced professional, I confess that I’ve really enjoyed going down to the locker room every day over the last week to inspect each panel on the new Redskins wall.  Considering I’ve only been around for about a quarter of the Redskins existence, this is a really interactive way to feel the Redskins illustrious past. Today, we rewind back to the 1960s...

Cooley Gallery Among Burglarized Leesburg Stores

Someone broke into Chris Cooley's pottery gallery and stole the register overnight.

No clear winner in competition for Redskins QB

On one hand, it seems harsh to deny John Beck the Washington Redskins starting quarterback job based on his performance in the first half of the final preseason game.
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