After sustaining a high left ankle sprain Sunday, Washington Redskins running back Evan Royster will be placed on injured reserve, ending his 2013 season. Royster caught a swing pass for a 4-yard gain on the second play of the second quarter and was tackled awkwardly, leading to his left leg getting stuck under Chiefs inside [...]
According to Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com, Redskins running back Evan Royster could find himself looking for a job after this preseason with the addition of rookie Chris Thompson.
While Royster has looked good during his career in Washington, Thompson gives the Redskins amn explosive dimension that they haven’t had in a long time.
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The Washington Redskins official team website has RB Evan Royster listed as the team’s starting running back. Head coach Mike Shanahan has told the media that he has selected a starter but won’t reveal his name. Royster has told the media that despite being listed as the team’s starter, he’s not buying it.
“I think they’re going to keep us in the dark until probably the...
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Attention all Roy Helu fantasy owners! The Redskins have listed Evan Royster as the starting running back—a fact that even Royster doesn't truly believe.
Every football fan knows how seemingly unimportant game 4 of the preseason is to the rest of the season. However, if you’re a player whose position on the roster is questionable, this game is crucial. And now, with a guy like Cooley getting cut, I’d image the anxiety is especially high. If they can cut someone as important to the organization as he has been, no ones job is particularly...
Injuries have given Evan Royster a clear shot to claim the starting running back job for the Washington Redskins.
The second-year player is expected to get the bulk of the first-team work Saturday when the Redskins visit Chicago.
Tim Hightower is recovering from knee surgery, and Roy Helu Jr. has tendinitis in his left Achilles tendon. There's a chance either or both could...
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August 16, 2012
While I mentioned that Evan Royster had been practicing with the Washington Redskins first team in the most recent Week in Review, news emerged today that he is officially the #1 RB in D.C. — as it stands now.
As per The Washington Times, Mike Shanahan announced in a press conference after practice that the 2nd-year running back will start in Washington’s first preseason...
When the Washington Redskins drafted Penn State running back Evan Royster in 2011, they were looking for a running back that would be able to compete for a starting job or at least compliment the new free agent back they had accquired in the Arizona Cardinals’ Tim Hightower. Dan Snyder and Company would select Royster [...]
Washington Redskins running back Evan Royster is a nominee for Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week following his career rushing day against the Minnesota Vikings last Saturday.
Royster, whom Washington drafted in the sixth round out of Penn State, rushed for 132 yards on 19 carries and caught two passes for 15 yards.
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The wait seemed to take forever, and Evan Royster struggled to endure it at times, but as he comes off of his best performance to date, the Washington Redskins rookie running back says he now believes that he benefited from coaches bringing him along gradually this season.
Royster – Washington’s sixth-round pick out of Penn State – spent the first 12 weeks of the season on...