Found January 31, 2012 on
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Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan took a break from his classes at Purdue (yes, he’s still working toward a degree) to join Russ Thaler and me on Thursday’s NBC Sportstalk, live from Indy. Ryan actually visited with us for three segments of the show. The first focused on the team that swept the NFC champion Giants…
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For some Redskins fans, even the thought of seeing another appearance of Rex Grossman, starting quarterback is about as appealing as watching a Cowboys-Ravens Super Bowl with Deion Sanders and Adam Archuleta while listening to Larry Michael read ads for Johnny Rockets into a broken PA system.
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The NFL relaxed its rules on social media and allowed players to tweet during Sunday's Pro Bowl.
The league, however, took issue with a remark made by Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, CBS Sports reported.
"$500 to whoever predicts the final score. Must be my follower. $1,000 if you predict the score and MVP. Deadline halftime #probowl!" Fletcher posted...
Wifey does not appreciate overhearing her husband talk about how girls played a little part in him going to Miami today. Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh was a guest on the popular morning show The Sports Junkies in Washington D.C. to discuss his own matters, but the hosts were caught up in National Signing Day and decided to ask him about his own recruitment experiences...
How long have you been a black quarterback? That is the urban myth question to Washington Redskins QB Doug Williams that’s been circulating since Super Bowl XXII. Williams has denied being asked that, but the fact that it’s lived a life of its own is because of what we have come to expect from Media Day at the Super Bowl.
There’s a big difference between knowing how to write...