DT Josh Brent should be healthy enough to play Thursday, but he is not expected to be on the active roster. (Pro Football Talk)
RB Latavius Murray returned to practice Wednesday, meaning he cleared at least part of the concussion protocol. (Scott Bair)
LB Terrell Suggs did not practice Wednesday, and LB Pernell McPhee was limited. (Aaron Wilson)
The Washington Redskins released LB Akeem Jordan from the injured reserve list on Saturday, according to the NFL transactions release.
Washington placed Jordan on the season-ending injured reserve list close to a month ago with a knee injury, which in turn freed up a roster spot for DE Stephen Bowen, who was activated from the physically unable to perform list.
Entering the offseason there was a lot of uncertainty from at the inside linebacker positions for the Redskins. London Fletcher had retired from after spending the last seven of his 16-year career with the Redskins. Perry Riley, Jr. was a free agent and Keenan Robinson, who was tagged the heir apparent to Fletcher, hadn't played much in his first two seasons after spending each season...
Redskins Activate Stephen Bowen; Place Akeem Jordan on Injured Reserve The Washington Redskins announced today that they have activated defensive end Stephen Bowen from the team’s Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list and placed linebacker Akeem Jordan on the team’s Reserve/Injured list. The Redskins had a 21 day evaluation window they were working with after [...]
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) The Washington Redskins activated defensive end Stephen Bowen from the physically unable to perform list Saturday ahead of their Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Bowen resumed practice this week after a long recovery from surgery on his right knee.
To make room for Bowen, the Redskins placed linebacker Akeem Jordan on injured reserve. Jordan also has a knee injury.
Via AP on Fox
October 18, 2014
Redskins Press Conferences: Jay Gruden 10-17-2014 Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden spoke with the media on Friday (via redskins.com)On the injury report: “Ryan Clark was limited today – he is questionable. Akeem Jordan and Tracy Porter are both out… Trent [Williams] was full today… David Amerson was full today – he is questionable. Limited was [...]
The Washington Redskins have already had a brutal season in regards to injuries, as most of the NFL this year. After playing in Thursday Night Football and then Monday Night Football, the latest injury report has 13 players heading into Sunday's match-up versus the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Headlining the Redskins injury report is quarterback Robert Griffin III who is out...
DE Kedric Golston, QB Robert Griffin, LB Akeem Jordan, G Shawn Lauvao, WR Santana Moss, TE Jordan Reed, NT Robert Thomas
WR Odell Beckham Jr, OT Charles Brown, OT James Brewer, LB Jon Beason, LB Devon Kennard, DT Jay Bromley, DE Kerry Wynn
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The Washington Redskins are going to be without star quarterback Robert Griffin III for a huge chunk of the season. Meanwhile, wide receiver DeSean Jackson is trying to work his way back from a shoulder injury he suffered against the Jacksonville Jaguars in week two. Over the course of the last week Jackson has been doing light drills, but has not practiced much in preparation for...
The Redskins visit the Eagles tomorrow and it sure feels like the Redskins community is more excited about the game than they would have been if Robert Griffin III started at quarterback. DeSean Jackson was only “60 to 70 percent” in Friday’s practice.
The Redskins list him as Questionable for the game. My fantasy football experience tells me that “questionable” players...
Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson has vowed he will play against his former team the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday despite a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder. But, he did not practice on Wednesday and Thursday and he was limited on Friday, thus he is questionable for the game.
Gruden: WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) "did good today." Said he was "very limited,...
Redskins Injury Report Week 2 The Washington Redskins had four players who didn’t practice this week. Kedric Gholston (groin), Tracy Porter (hamstring), Akeem Jordan (knee) and tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) all missed everyday of practice. Gholston, listed as doubtful, is the only one of the four who has a chance to play this weekend, [...]
Redskins Press Conferences: Jay Gruden 9-12-2014 Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden spoke with the media on Friday. (via redskins.com) Twitter Recap: Gruden said TE Jordan Reed, CB Tracy Porter and LB Akeem Jordan are OUT for Sunday’s game vs. Jacksonville. — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) September 12, 2014 Gruden: K Kai Forbath will test out [...]
Washington Redskins football is back. Week one is upon us and the Washington Redskins kickoff their 2014 season with the Houston Texans. Here are your Week One roster inactives:
WR Santana Moss
QB Colt McCoy
CB Tracy Porter
LB Akeem Jordan
OG Spencer Long
OT Morgan Moses
DE Frank Kearse
No surprises here. We knew going in with the improved depth at wide receiver that Moss would...
Redskins Injury Report Week 1 The Washington Redskins currently have four players on their official injury report. Tight End Jordan Reed is still nursing an injured thumb and is listed as questionable. Linebacker Akeem Jordan is out with a banged up knee. Corner Tracy Porter is out with a pulled hamstring. Linebacker Brian Orakpo is still recovering from [...]
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo is questionable for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans after being limited in practice this week with a sprained right ankle.
Coach Jay Gruden said Orakpo ''did a little'' at practice Friday. Gruden said the team will ''get a better look'' at Orakpo on Saturday and ''hopefully he'll be ready.''
The three-time Pro...
Via AP on Fox
September 05, 2014
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 for...
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 [...]
When the Washington Redskins drafted linebacker Keenan Robinson in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft they did so with the intention of him being the potential successor to the aging London Fletcher at Mike linebacker. But, a torn pectoral muscle in both 2012 and 2013 derailed his development. So when Fletcher retired following the 2013 season, there was growing concern over...
Can you believe it? Training camp is actually here. It’s time for us to pull out our jerseys, study the roster and bask in the glory of football. It doesn’t matter if it’s just guys in shorts running around playing catch. It’s still football. So, with that in mind, here are the top-five position battles you need to keep your eye on these next few weeks:
5 – Kicker: Kai...
For the linebackers, this training camp will be about one thing: replacing London Fletcher
Brian Orakpo, Ryan Kerrigan and Perry Riley are all pretty much locked into their positions, barring injury, but the Redskins are set for a pretty serious competition for Fletcher’s old spot at middle linebacker.
Right now, one day before training camp gets going, Keenan Robinson looks to...
As the 2014 season approaches, it seems it can't come fast enough for Redskins fans who desperately want to forget 2013. In addition, this off season appears to have added much promise in the belief that 2013 will not be duplicated in Washington.This off season included resigning S Brandon Meriweather and CB D'Angelo Hall, as well as bringing in some new faces in CB Tracy Porter...
With Akeem Jordan’s recent departure to the Washington Redskins, the Kansas City Chiefs have a hole to fill alongside Pro Bowl inside linebacker, Derrick Johnson. So which contender is the favorite to take the position for the 2014 season?
In the red corner, we have the returning Chief, Nico Johnson.
Johnson was a fourth-round pick from Alabama in the 2013 draft. He got plenty...
After taking a few days off from free agency to catch their breath, the Washington Redskins dived back into the pool today, signing ILB Akeem Jordan, a free agent who has spent his entire pro career playing for Andy Reid.
Retweet to welcome the newest member of #Redskins Nation, LB @DR3AM56, who signed his contract this morning! pic.twitter.com/DtVUKvrAJu
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