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Chris Cooley Blasts Redskins, Ryan Clark Fires Back

Former NFL tight end Chris Cooley spent all nine of his seasons in the league with the Washington Redskins, earning two trips to the Pro Bowl in the process. He knows full well what it means to play in D.C., especially in front of a fan base that expects playoff contention on a yearly basis. He also knows what it takes to succeed on the field as a football player. So when Cooley...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins teammates Andre Roberts and Bashaud Breeland Scuffle at Practice

When you're 3-10, chances are tensions are high. That's the case for the Washington Redskins. When tensions are that high, chances are frustrations are taken out on each other. And again that's the case for two Redskins teammates as Andre Roberts and Bashaud Breeland got into a scuffle at practice during one-on-one drills. Here are accounts from the media that was in attendance...
Via KCM Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins Ryan Clark To Retire At Seasons End; Work For ESPN

It’s not a huge surprise, but definitely expected. Washington Redskins veteran safety Ryan Clark hinted to reporters this morning that he’d likely retire from the NFL, and leap right into a cushy analyst job at ESPN. Not that it is a huge surprise but Ryan Clark strongly indicated that he knows this will be his final year in #NFL. Has gig @espn. . — Chris Russell ...
Via BlackSportsOnline
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Clark Says If Redskins Pass Coverage Becomes Any Simpler His 13-year Old Son Could Play

#459466266 / As the losses amount for the Redskins, so does the frustration among coaches and players. That frustration has been expressed publicly. On Wednesday safety Ryan Clark was asked about defensive coordinator Jim Haslett possibly simplifying the defensive pass coverage for the young players, specifically a David Amerson, Bashaud Breeland, and Phillip...
Via KCM Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins: Ryan Clark expected to retire at end of season

Redskins safety Ryan Clark is expected to retire at the end of this season. His retirement will fix part of a poor secondary. Simply put Clark does not have it anymore at age 35. Clark began his NFL career with the Giants playing two seasons before spending two seasons with the Redskins. He later joined the Steelers where most fans will remember him. Not that it is a huge surprise...
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Anquan Boldin withstands helmet-to-helmet hit from Ryan Clark

Watch and listen to this hit by Washington Redskins safety Ryan Clark on San Francisco 49ers Anquan Boldin… Colin Kaepernick fired a line drive pass to Boldin, as Clark lunged forward for the bang-bang hit. The helmets colliding made a thudding sound. It was a hit that would take down the strongest of men, just not Boldin. #459473646 / The 49ers receiver...
Via KCM Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Middle-aged fan asks Ryan Clark to sign her breast, Redskins safety obliges (video)

A component of every NFL player’s training camp experience is witnessing the throngs of fans camped out in the hopes of snagging an autograph from their favorite players. Sure, some players manage to elude and evade the autograph hounds, either by their relative anonymity compared to their teammates or through an innate ability to somehow […] The post Middle-aged fan asks Ryan...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Clark: How should players interact with Michael Sam?

There is a difference between expressing an honest opinion about a controversial topic and being discriminatory or insensitive. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark expressed concern on Monday over the prospect of Michael Sam playing in the NFL, but he did it without being homophobic. Sam, an All-American defensive end at Missouri, came out publicly as […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Could Richie Incognito land in Pittsburgh?

Was there a Pittsburgh Steelers player that was lobbying for Richie Incognito if the Dolphins did in fact cut him? According to Ryan Clark there was: “The only person that I know that knows Richie Incognito personally said the day after (the story broke), ‘If Richie Incognito gets cut I’m walking upstairs and telling coach […]The post Could Richie Incognito land in Pittsburgh...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers Free Agent S Ryan Clark Doesn’t See Himself As Minimum Salary Player In 2014

With 2013 season now over for the Pittsburgh Steelers, there's a good chance that several of the veteran unrestricted free agents have played their last game in the black and gold. One of those players is free safety Ryan Clark and he talked about the uncertainty that lies ahead of him following the Sunday win over the Cleveland Browns. "They gave me a chance twice," Clark said,...
Via Steelers Depot
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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