CHRIS NEILD RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Washington Redskins wrapped up their NFL preseason last night with a 24-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Unfortunately for Washington, two veterans suffered knee injuries which places their upcoming season in jeopardy. Nose tackle Chris Neild and inside linebacker Akeem Jordan were both forced out of the game early last night, and the outlook isn't too bright...
According to ESPN 980, Redskins nose tackle Chris Neild suffered a torn ACL against the Buccaneers on Thursday night.
A source with knowledge backed up Jay Gruden's belief that it is very likely that Chris Neild has a significant ACL tear of his right knee
— ESPN 980 (@ESPNRadio980) August 29, 2014
Neild is a 4-year veteran, who recorded six tackles last season.
Besides getting a final audition in the last preseason game, the object is to stay healthy. For two Redskins the latter was unsuccessful, as both nose tackle Chris Neild and linebacker Akeem Jordan left the game with apparent knee injuries. Following the game, head coach Jay Gruden nearly confirmed fears of possible ACL injuries for both. There’s optimism that Akeem Jordan’s...
Redskins Preseason Week 4 – Jay Gruden Post Game Press Conference Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden Spoke to the Media Following the game (via redskins.com) Twitter Recap: Gruden ..says all three RBs shined..Chris Neild looked like ACL ..Akeem Jordan possible ACL../MCL — Chris Russell (@Russellmania980) August 29, 2014 Gruden says Zach Hocker missed a great [...]
The Washington Redskins entered training camp with more depth than ever. This was especially true along the defensive line and should remain that way unless they become injury riddled. Yesterday, they suffered their first blow. Chris Neild is done for the season after tearing his ACL in 11-on-11's yesterday.
The news was disappointing to players and fans that've watch Neild...
Washington Redskins defensive tackle Chris Neild is out for the season with a knee injury.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Tuesday that Neild has a torn left ACL.
The second-year player was injured during Monday's practice. He had the knee wrapped and did some running after he was hurt, but he was unable to return.
Neild was a seventh-round draft pick out of West Virginia last year...
Via AP on Fox
August 14, 2012
When it comes to under appreciated players on the 2011 Washington Redskins, the very first name that comes out is London Fletcher. While he has never missed a game since his rookie season of 1998 and was a Pro Bowler this past season, it always seems that Fletcher does not get his due respect and it has been something that he has always been searching for. Another player that certainly...
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Last night’s Orange Bowl matchup between West Virginia and Clemson was the battle of rookie alma maters between Chris Neild and Jarvis Jenkins.
Going into the game, I spoke with both men to hear some predictions on how they thought the game would go. A confident Jenkins had spoken with Neild already, and knew that there were some injuries on defense for...
By now, many of you are familiar with Redskins nose tackle Chris Neild, and the nickname “Truck” that he acquired in the fifth grade.
Perhaps not surprisingly, trucks were a favorite toy of Neild’s growing up. Each Christmas he would thunder downstairs to find a new Hess truck under the tree. His sister even called him “Hess” from time to time, a nickname that was overheard...
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Redskins Chris Neild and Jabar Gaffney share more than just an affinity for facial hair–they’re also birthday twins, born seven years apart and reunited by the Redskins.
Happy birthday to both Jabar and Chris!
Gaffney was coy about his birthday plans, smiling as he said, “I dunno yet man, I’m gonna get into something though.”