Found November 08, 2011 on
According to the Verizon Insider for DC/Md./Va., Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan will square off against the Baltimore Ravens’ Vontae Leach in a game of Madden ’12 tonight.
The game will be played tonight from 6-8 p.m., remotely between the Verizon store in Reston (where Kerrigan will be playing), and the store in Timonium (where Leach will be playing). The game will demonstrate Verizon’s 4G LTE network by connecting a PS3 to a 4G hotspot and playing Madden ’12 against each other.
It will also illustrate that Ryan Kerrigan is the man in Madden ’12.
If you’re a Redskins fan in the greater Baltimore area, head to the Timonium, Md. location on 1964 York Rd. If you’re a Redskins fan in the greater Washington area, head to the Reston, Va. location at the 11830 Spectrum Center.
Either way, bring your Burgundy and Gold and cheer on your favorite No. 91.
BEST OF MAXIM
For the third time this season, the Redskins have a rookie that’s eligible for the NFL’s Rookie of the Week honors (Ryan Kerrigan in Weeks 1 and 4).
This time, it’s running back Roy Helu, whose franchise high 14 receptions and 146 total yards earned him a shot at the title. This was Helu’s first start of his career, and he led the team in both rushing yards and receiving...
Washington Redskins return specialist Brandon Banks struggled on Sunday, fumbling twice while trying to field punts, mistakes that coach Mike Shanahan described as intolorable.
Banks recovered both muffed punts, but they were the third and fourth times this season that he has fumbled the ball while fielding kicks.
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IS IT ACCREDITED?
We all know that when NBC Sunday Night Football player introductions are ripe for comedy and last night's Baltimore's Terrell Suggs decided to inform the world that he went to "Ball So Hard University". If you care, Suggs went to Arizona State:
I found this article about Terrell Suggs from a couple of years ago. Maybe Sizzle really just is crazy off the field.
The tires come into play on "Strongman Hill," a dirt slope tucked into the Santa Monica Mountains, where there's always a shovel on hand in case of a chance rattlesnake encounter. Rather than simply running up the path, the players might have the waist...
Though Baltimore's Terrell Suggs was a star at Arizona State, he claimed a different school during the player introductions in Sunday night's Ravens win over the Steelers.
Ball So Hard University should be at the top of every high schooler's hopefuls. Harvard, Stanford, and Ball So Hard U.
You know, you can only leave Torrey Smith open so many times before he's actually going to catch it. The Steelers learned that the hard way.For all the mocking we do of Joe Flacco, he's now led last-minute scoring drives to win at Heinz Field in consecutive seasons. It doesn't automatically make Bert an awesome QB or anything, but I'll give credit where it's due...
Scott Kacsmar looks at Joe Flacco and the greatest drive in Ravensâ history, how historic Eli upstaged Tom Brady again, a record-setting day for punt returns, Cincyâs impressive rookie, and 1 p.m. boredom.....
Rosenthal: Here’s how we think the AFC seeds will end up by year’s end, with a look at how each team got to the midway mark.
Last night’s 30-minute episode of NBC SportsTalk (VERSUS, 6:00 p.m. ET) with Russ Thaler and yours truly entailed a fast-paced whip-around of the news and notes from Week Nine of the NFL season. In addition to an interview of Ravens receiver Torrey Smith and a show-launching list of the things that every fan needed to know…
Linebacker: 'It won't change the way I play in this league'; Evans practicesRay Lewis ' hit on Hines Ward on Sunday was costly not only to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, but to the Ravens linebacker as well.