According to Brian McIntyre, the Washington Redskins have signed defensive lineman Doug Worthington to a one-year deal.
Redskins signed another one of their "exclusive rights" free agents this week. DE Doug Worthington signed a 1-yr, $495k contract
— Brian McIntyre (@brian_mcintyre) February 7, 2014
Worthington didn’t play at all this season after landing on injured...
According to Brian McIntyre, the Redskins have signed exclusive rights free agent DE Doug Worthington to a contract extension.
McIntyre adds that Worthington will receive a one-year deal worth $495,000.
Worthington, 26, was waived by the Redskins back in June after he suffered a biceps injury. He didn’t play in a game this past season, but he did appear in six games in...
The Washington Redskins placed defensive end Adam Carriker and two-time Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Orakpo on injured reserve Tuesday. To replace them on the roster, the Redskins signed defensive end Doug Worthington from their practice squad and linebacker Markus White from Tampa Bay’s practice squad. Carriker and Orakpo suffered season-ending injuries in Sunday’s loss to...
The Redskins announced the addition of eight players to their practice squad: wide receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux, running back Antwon Bailey, offensive tackle, Tom Compton, linebacker Darryl Gamble, fullback Robert Hughes, tight end Deangelo Peterson, defensive lineman Jason Shirley and defensive end Doug Worthington. Running back Tristan Davis and fullback Dorson Boyce were also...
The Washington Redskins have placed linebacker Brian Orakpo and defensive end Adam Carriker on injured reserve.
The team replaced the two players Tuesday by promoting defensive end Doug Worthington from the practice squad and signing linebacker Markus White from Tampa Bay's practice squad.
Orakpo injured his left shoulder and Carriker hurt his right knee in Sunday's 31...
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August 28, 2012
When London Fletcher peeled off his shirt while listening to a question at his locker Tuesday, a Washington Redskins public relations intern tried to halt the proceedings.
Fletcher - a defensive co-captain, of all people - was violating a team policy that requires a player to be wearing a shirt while being interviewed on camera.
''I want cameras on,...
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December 20, 2011
Just two games remain in the Washington Redskins’ season, but tight end Rob Myers and defensive end Doug Worthington aim to make a strong impression on coaches following their promotions to the 53-man roster this week.
Myers, a 6-foot-4, 239-pound Utah State product, signed to Washington’s practice squad five weeks ago. Since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2009...
The Washington Redskins have promoted defensive end Doug Worthington to the 53-man roster, filling the roster spot previously held by injured strong safety LaRon Landry.
The team also promoted tight end Rob Myers from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and released tight end Dominique Byrd for a second time this season.
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The Washington Redskins promoted defensive end Doug Worthington and tight end Rob Myers to the active roster and cut tight end Dominique Byrd.
Plus, the Redskins signed safety Michael Hamlin and tight end Schuylar Oordt to the practice squad.
BR> Worthington is a former Pittsburgh Steelers seventh-round draft pick.
The 9th Annual “Harris Teeter-Redskins Harvest Feast” (presented by Ryan Homes) was another rousing success, as the Redskins helped package and deliver a Thanksgiving experience to 3,500 area homes.
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Redskins players Jabar Gaffney, Donte Stallworth, Josh Wilson, Brandon Banks, Willie Smith, Oshiomogho Atogwe, Brandyn Thompson, Doug Worthington, Niles...
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Jolly Ol’ St. Nick made his first appearance of the season at FedExField today, to participate in the “Harris Teeter-Redskins Harvest Feast” presented by Ryan Homes.
Kris Kringle revealed that not only is he a big Redskins fan, but he also used to be a Redskins season ticket holder. He would spend more time at his favorite football stadium, were it...
In honor of Veterans Day, the Redskins hosted 30 current and retired service men and women at practice this afternoon.
The veterans were selected through the Shepherd Veterans Organization, Salute Military Golf Association, Wounded Warrior Project, and the Yellow Ribbon Fund, and were invited for lunch at Redskins Park followed by the watching of Redskins practice.