“When somebody’s injured, we shouldn’t have a drop off. That’s what everybody gets coached for, it’s why everybody goes to training camp, it’s why our defensive line coach coaches everybody the same, because once one guy goes down, somebody has to step up.” Jarvis Jenkins
Tomorrow the Washington Redskins will get their chance to redeem themselves as they take on...
For those who study the Washington Redskins roster with magnifying glass, it seems as if Rob Jackson and Chris Wilson been around forever. They are career backup defensive players who have toiled in near anonymity with 94 NFL games between them - and nary a start.
The streak comes to an end for one of them Sunday.
With two-time Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Orakpo out for the season...
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September 20, 2012
Like many other NFL teams this season, the Washington Redskins have loaded the team's playbooks onto iPads for the players to use. Equipped with security where if you mistype the password 5 times the entire iPad is erased, the iPads also have another feature, anonymous messaging. Created so the players could talk about a given play, instead the Redskins have been using the feature...
Redskins players have figured out that they can anonymously send messages to the team on the iPads the organization provided them and have been using the feature to talk trash.