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Oft-injured WR Malcolm Kelly released by Redskins

Oft-injured receiver Malcolm Kelly has been released by the Washington Redskins. Kelly received an injury settlement Tuesday as the Redskins made the first round of cuts to get the roster down to 80 players. Kelly was a second-round pick from Oklahoma in 2008, but he was slowed by knee and ankle injuries his rookie season and missed all of last year with a pulled hamstring. This...
Via FOX Sports
August 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Can Kelly be part of the picture?

When evaluating the Redskins’ picture at wide receiver for 2011, the name of Malcolm Kelly rarely comes up. But he sat in injured reserve last year and stayed in the area, going to meetings all year at Redskins Park. If he could become a contributor in 2011, that would be like having an extra draft pick. [...]
Via Real Redskins
January 13, 2011  |  Discuss

Malcolm Kelly hopes 2011 is his year

After another wasted season, third-year wide receiver Malcolm Kelly hopes to finally become a major contributor in 2011. Kelly sat out the entire 2010 season after suffering a severe hamstring injury in late July, and he's likely facing his last chance to impress the Redskins. Although this season has just ended for Washington, Kelly is already eager for the next to begin. "I'm gonna...
Via The Insider
January 04, 2011  |  Discuss

Team has few options with Malcolm Kelly

So now what with Malcolm Kelly? Well, the Redskins have three choices: Keep him on the active roster and hope his sore hamstring improves, release him or put him on the season-ending injured reserve list. That's it. On Tuesday, Washington must cut five players. The 53-man roster must be set Saturday. The Redskins already have paid Kelly almost $1.95 million in salary and bonuses...
Via The Insider
August 30, 2010  |  Discuss

Malcolm Kelly is tall. Mike Shanahn realizes this.

In the two years that the Redskins have had Malcolm Kelly on the roster I have been waiting for the time that the team took advantage of his size. Kelly is 6-4, giving him a four to six inch height advantage over nearly every cornerback who lined up against him. It never happened. Of his 28 [...]
Via Real Redskins
February 16, 2010  |  Discuss

Kelly encouraged by conversation with Shanahan

While at Redskins Park last week, wide receiver Malcolm Kelly had his first conversation with Coach Mike Shanahan. And from Kelly's perspective, it couldn't have gone better. "One of the first things he said was they're really going to put me in a lot of situations where I'll be isolated. A lot of one-on-one situations where I can take advantage of my size," Kelly said Monday in...
Via The Insider
February 15, 2010  |  Discuss

Kelly making strides along the right route

There have been few positives for the Redskins in their 3-8 season, but second-year wide receiver Malcolm Kelly has shown some encouraging signs recently. Kelly had two catches for 50 yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. After losing the starting flanker position to fellow second-year wideout Devin Thomas earlier this season, Kelly remained focused and continued...
Via The Insider
November 30, 2009  |  Discuss

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