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Tackling two! That is what Rob Jackson of the Washington Redskins does when he feels like Mike Glennon isn’t enough.
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Robert Griffin III says he’s been cleared to play in the Washington Redskins’ regular season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles. Operation Patience….Complete. Cleared. To God Be The Glory http://t.co/GxYMw8Cs57 — Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 30, 2013
AP Photo/Steve Helber
Once seen as an early round pick, Chase Minnifield fell out of the 2012 Draft as teams had concerns about the health of his knee.
The 24-year-old Minnifield suffered a torn ACL during training camp in 2012 and worked over the summer to get back on the playing field.
Well this isn’t going to be popular…Chase Minnifield says he was told by the #Redskins that...
This happened during last night’s preseason game, and it’s just the best (via @recordsandradio via FTW). It also concludes the Redskins’ 4-0 preseason (PRESEASON CHAMPS!!1!), which doesn’t mean anything, but you do have to feel good about this team right now.
Roster Projections The Washington Redskins have hit the second stage of cuts that will trim the team from 75 players to 53. That 53-man list will have to be submitted to the league by Saturday, August 31 at 6PM EST. Below are the roster projections for this years 53-man roster. Offense (26) Quarterback (3) Robert [...]
According to Desdspin, Robert Klemko of TheMMQB.com announced that they don’t plan on using the word “Redskins.” “I know that our site, we’ve talked about it, and we’re not going to use Redskins in our writing,” Klemko said on CBS Sports Radio’s MoJo with Chris Moore and Brian Jones. “We’re going to say ‘Washington football team,’” Klemko added. “And...
TAKING A STAND
Peter King's Monday Morning Quarterback website will be the latest prominent publication not to use the offensive term "Redskins."
The Washington Redskins put together their first unbeaten preseason in 28 years without Robert Griffin III even taking a snap.
Griffin then tweeted Thursday night that he will be under center when the regular season opens for Washington on Sept. 9, but coach Mike Shanahan hedged after the 30-12 victory over Tampa Bay.
Fourth-stringer Pat White threw for 181 yards, set up a touchdown...
Washington Redskins coaches were looking for re-assurance from starting strong safety Brandon Meriweather who is returning from an ACL injury. Meriweather was recovering from a left knee injury the entire 2012 season, until he tore the ACL in his right knee week 11 only 45 snaps into his comeback. Over the past two seasons Meriweather has missed 20 games dues to injury.The coaching...
Robert Klemko, a journalist for Monday Morning Quarterback, a Sports Illustrated website, announced today that the site has dropped the use of the word “Redskins” to refer to the NFL team in any of their writing.
Although Klemko didn’t have much to discuss about the topic, he did briefly talk with CBS Sports Radio today:
“I know that our site, we’ve talked about it, and...
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III posted the photo above on Who Say to announce that he’s been cleared for the upcoming season.
Operation Patience….Complete. Cleared.
To God Be The Glory http://t.co/GxYMw8Cs57
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 30, 2013
Now we get to see if he can actually stay healthy for an entire season.
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It's hard enough to tackle anyone in the National Football League. The average American could only dream of bringing down a ball carrier.
But what about the thought of bringing two guys to the ground?
Well, Washington Redskins linebacker Rob Jackson did exactly that Thursday night when he took down Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon and offensive lineman Mike...
The fourth preseason game is the cruelest of the bunch. It’s the closest to the start of the regular season and yet the most pointless. Probably why Seneca Wallace opted to retire instead of show up for the 49ers preseason finale when he knew he was getting cut anyway. But in the defense of the fourth preseason game: this happened. Redskins linebacker Rob Jackson tackled Buccaneers...
After months of anticipation, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was medically cleared to play by Dr. James Andrews after Thursday night's evaluation, NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal reports.
Despite the green light from Dr. Andrews, "Operation Patience" may not be over just yet. Head coach Mike Shanahan has not yet committed as far as to name Griffin...