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After 13 weeks on the Washington Redskins’ practice squad, nose tackle Chris Baker finally received the news he had waited for Tuesday, when team officials decided to promote him to the 53-man roster.
“It’s a great opportunity. There’s still a lot of season left,” the 6-foot-2, 329-pound Hampton University product said Wednesday. “I’ve always believed in myself that...
Earlier today we mentioned an article by Bob Kravitz of the Indy Star that brought up the fact that the Colts won’t be able to keep Peyton Manning and draft Andrew Luck, since both players would account for too much money against the cap at the quarterback position. Just a few week’s ago it was [...]
Two of the Washington Redskins' top offensive players, tight end Fred Davis and offensive tackle Trent Williams, have been suspended four games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, the NFL announced Tuesday.
I was talking to D.C. Council Member Jack Evans about license plates last week, when the subject of the Redskins came up.
“One of my goals is to get every team with the name of ‘Washington’ back in the city,” Evans told me. “We’ve got the Wizards and the Caps and the Nationals, we’ve got the Mystics, we’ve got D.C. United. Now we’re working on the Redskins.”
Yeah, this season is only 75 percent completed, but the Peyton Manning stories keep rolling in.
Here’s another one, from Chris Mortensen’s appearance Thursday morning on ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike. Mort began by arguing that the overwhelming likelihood is that Manning would be available as a free agent, and not via trade.
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The NFL has announced the four-game suspensions for Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
The Washington Redskins begin their work week each Wednesday with a team meeting in the morning. They gather in the main auditorium at team headquarters to focus their preparation for Sunday's game. This week's gathering was unusual in that it featured a couple of guest speakers. Fred Davis and Trent ...
Accountability has been a buzzword thrown around quite a bit in reference to DC sports teams lately. The Capitals couldn’t discover it until it was too late for Bruce Boudreau, and Fred Davis and Trent Williams forgot all about it on Sunday.
Following a loss to the New York Jets, Williams and Davis snuck out from FedEx Field before speaking to the media, thus avoiding questions...