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Robert Griffin III wasn’t the only player to suffer a season ending knee injury on FedEx Field Sunday afternoon. The Seattle Seahawks lost team sack leader, Chris Clemons. Clemons suffered a torn ACL and Meniscus in his left knee, ending his 2012 season. In order replace him on the roster, the Seahawks worked out three defensive ends on Tuesday, eventually signing one.
Seattle inked a deal with DE Patrick Chukwurah according to Ian Rapoport on Twitter. “The #Seahawks will sign Patrick Chukwurah, who led the UFL in sacks two years in a row, to fill Clemons’shoes. Last played Dec, 2008.”
The Seahawks were believed to be close to signing former Atlanta Falcons defensive end Ray Edwards, but Rapoport reports that sources told him that Chukwurah beat him out along with Travis LaBoy in his workout.
In his career, Chukwurah played for three NFL teams, He spent two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, three with the Denver Broncos and one year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His best season c...
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ESPN has issued a statement indicating that the network is parting ways with Rob Parker, indicating that his comments about Robert Griffin III’s blackness had a lot to do with it.
Did Robert Griffin III know something was wrong with his knee during the first quarter of Sunday’s game? (Credit: AP Photo)
Of course, by now, I am sure every one knows that Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III re-injured his knee during Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Griffin III injured his knee badly enough that he had to have surgery today to repair...
The Seattle Seahawks will face their divisional-round playoff battle at Atlanta without their top pass rusher, as defensive end Chris Clemons has a torn ACL, according to reports.
Clemons suffered the injury in Sunday's wild-card win at Washington and had an MRI that reportedly confirmed the injury on Monday. Clemons was not hit on the play and appeared to get his cleats caught...
At some point, an injured player, even a star like Robert Griffin III, is too hampered to help a team. Deciding when is enough is the biggest issue.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has come under fire in the wake of Griffin reinjuring his right knee in Sunday's 24-14 wild-card loss to Seattle. The criticism has ranged from whether Shanahan cared enough for his sensational rookie...
Now that the world is aware that Robert Griffin III had surgery to repair his torn LCL and partially torn ACL, we can move on to other topics surrounding the Washington Redskins. One of the more popular and divisive ones is that of their name, ‘the Redskins.’ It wouldn’t be a big deal if they were simply named after a potato, that would be totally fine. I actually prefer redskin...
Today, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III had surgery on his injured right knee. He is expected to miss 6 to 9 months and should be back before the start of the 2013 NFL season (Credit: AP Photo)
Most people have been exposed to the injury Robert Griffin III suffered against the Seahawks, when a bad snap resulted in him making a previous injury even worse. Griffin...
The NFL players' union does not plan a formal investigation into how the Washington Redskins medical staff handled Robert Griffin III's knee injury.
The NFL Players Association said Friday that they were satisfied with a report received from the Redskins detailing the procedures used by team physician James Andrews and other staff on the sidelines.
Griffin had reconstructive...
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews released a statement through the Washington Redskins today, regarding quarterback Robert Griffin III’s knee surgery.
“@rgiii had successful knee surgery early this morning. He had a direct repair of his LCL and a re-do of his previous ACL reconstruction…
— Redskins (@Redskins) January 9, 2013
“We expect a full recovery and it is everybody’s...
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While it's not a hockey story. I thought it was a significant sports story, that is in the Washington Post. This story has also gotten some discussion around the talk radio show circuit today and I was wondering what others thought about it"?
Courtland Milloy, Washington Post --- So, Washington...