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The Washington Redskins today will get in their last practice of the week and then take to the air as they head to Seattle, where on Sunday they take on the Seahawks.
Mike Shanahan & Co. enter this game with a 3-7 record and look to snap a six-game losing streak, which is the longest both of Shanahan’s coaching career and the longest for the Redskins since Dan Snyder bought the team in 1999. Washington hasn’t lost seven straight games since 1994, during Norv Turner’s first season as head coach. The team finished 3-13 that season.
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Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss practiced for the second straight day and is on track to make his return Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.Moss participated fully in Thursday's session as he works his way back from a broken hand suffered in a Week 6 game against the Carolina Panthers.The 32-year-old kept in shape by engaging in running drills while his hand healed...
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Welcome to Seattle, Wash., the land of Starbucks, Nirvana, and the Space Needle. I’ve even heard that people are occasionally sleepless here, although I didn’t have that problem last night.
The best part of flying into town early is that there’s actually time to see the city where the Redskins will play, which is nice break for the players and yours...
Wilson on Seattle:
Although his off-season signing with Washington brought him home, Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson returns to his ‘home away from home’ in Seattle this weekend.
Wilson, a second round draft pick to the Seahawks in 2007, sat down with “The John Thompson Show” on ESPN 980 to discuss his time in Seattle. The first thing he discussed was the absurd...
Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson left last Sunday’s game with a strained hamstring and took a limited number of snaps in Wednesday’s practice. But the fifth-year pro hopes he can recover from the injury in time to face the Seattle Seahawks for a couple of reasons.
First, he’d like to help his team finally snap out of the funk that has plagued them ever since they...
That’s the question to ask. Which one of these guys will show up this Sunday in Seattle? Clearly the guy who shows up in that burgandy and gold jersey with the number 8 on it makes or breaks this offense. An offense that has clearly proven to be … [visit site to read more]Redskins vs Seahawks: which Rex will show up? - Riggo's Rag - Riggo's Rag - A Washington Redskins...
Because of injuries, the Redskins have been able to use the defensive backfield tandem of LaRon Landry and Oshiomogho Atogwe in only four of 10 games this season. Both have been able to practice fully this week and should be able to pair up again Sunday at Seattle, the first time since Oct. 30 against Buffalo.
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Seattle Coach Pete Carroll is less than two years into his second stint in the NFL, but he’s plenty familiar with at least one Redskins player.
Playing his high school ball in Ohio, Fred Davis lined up everywhere: receiver, running back, safety and quarterback. Carroll recruited him to USC in 2004 and Davis was starting for the Trojans at tight end by his sophomore season. Carroll...
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Chris Clemons, who started his career with the Redskins as an undrafted rookie back in 2003 and then bounced around from Oakland to Philadelphia, finally has found a home in Seattle, where in the last season and a half, he has tallied 19 sacks (eight of them this season, which ranks 10th in the league). Clemons is an explosive end, who fires off the ball and can...
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1. Will the running game be a positive factor? The offense showed a pulse last week, but the running game still is on life support because the offensive line can't block consistently. The Redskins haven't averaged more than 3.8 yards per carry in four games. Seattle's run defense ranks third ...
The Washington Redskins fly across country to take on the Seattle Seahawks in a NFC East vs NFC West Battle.
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Wonder goes around the league and gives us the pulse of all 32 teams. Pass the turkey and gravy.NE- Can you win a playoff game for the first time since '07?NYJ- Super Bowl? Really Rex??!BUF- Showing their true colors.MIA- 3-7 is more accurate than 0-7.PIT - The Steelers always show up for the post season.BAL- Dr. Jekyll, meet Mr. Hyde. CIN- Fighting hard but falling back...