LANDOVER, Md. (AP) New York Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason is inactive for the second game in a row, while Washington Redskins left guard Shawn Lauvao is out with a knee injury. Beason has been dealing with right foot and toe injuries since training camp and is sitting out Thursday night. Jameel McClain shifts from strongside linebacker to the middle to replace Beason, and...
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As the Washington Redskins head into their Thursday night divisional match up, their second in just five days, against the New York Giants, they will be without several key players as well as have a couple not at 100%.#453497762 / gettyimages.comRobert Griffin III, as we all know, dislocated his ankle in week two. According to ESPN.com, Griffin told reporters he had his cast removed...
Redskins Injury Report Week 4 The injury list has grown crowded in the Washington Redskins locker-room as 17 players now find themselves on it. Kai Forbath (groin) and Chris Baker (ankle/hip) both were full participants in practice on Tuesday. Starting left guard Shawn Lauvao missed practice altogether on Tuesday, Lauvao is nursing a knee injury [...]
The Washington Redskins signed guard Shawn Lauvao to a four-year, $17 million deal on Tuesday, and nobody could be happier about the move than Cleveland Browns fans. Upon hearing news of Lauvao’s deal with Washington, some Browns fans on the team’s Reddit forum left some funny comments sharing their opinion of the move. Let’s just […]
Redskins Sign Offensive Guard Shawn Lauvao The Washington Redskins made a move to strengthen their offensive line on Tuesday by signing former Cleveland Browns guard Shawn Lauvao. Lauvao, 26, started 44 of 53 games while in Cleveland and was a player they intended on re-signing this year. This deal could mean the Redskins are looking [...]
The Browns have signed Karlos Dansby and Dante Whitner, and you knew that there would be some departures as well. Those are starting to happen now. Shawn Lauvao is headed to the Redskins and T.J. Ward is headed to the Broncos. Lauvao disappointed a lot of Browns fans over the years, but the former third rounder from 2010 started more than 40 games in his four years in Cleveland playing...
Team Needs – OG: The Browns Don’t Care About Shawn Lauvao and Are Moving On at the Right Guard Position
For the most part, the current offensive line is one of the strongest parts of the entire Cleveland Browns roster. Center Alex Mack, who the team just placed the transition tag on, is a top-3 center. The same can be said for left tackles Joe Thomas. Also, on the left side, the team showed its confidence in left guard John Greco, who just signed a five-year contract extension. ...
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