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Quick reactions to the Washington Redskins final cuts

Cuts: RB Evan Royster, RB Lache Seastrunk, RB Chris Thompson, WR Lee Doss, LB Everette Brown, CB Chase Minnifield, S Phillip Thomas, PK Zach Hocker, WR Nick Williams, OL Maurice Hurt, WR Lee Doss, OL Tevita Stevens, S Da’Mon Cromartie-Smith, NT Robert Thomas, CB Richard Crawford, TE Ted Bolser, OL Kevin Kowalski and P Robert Malone. Most Surprising Cut: Lache Seastrunk Seastrunk...
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August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

What the Redskins Cuts Mean for the Team

MOST SURPRISING CUT Rookie RB Lache Seastrunk, a 6th round pick out of Baylor, showed impressive speed running the ball all preseason and his 80-yard catch-and-run TD reception against Tampa Bay was clearly the best single play the team had during the preseason. But it wasn’t enough to keep him on the active roster, as he lost out to fellow rookie Silas Redd, a hard-running undrafted...
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August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins release three running backs

Today the Washington Redskins make a couple shocking moves. Today the team released Lache Seastrunk the former rookie back along with Evan Royster and Chris Thompson. @john_keim: Evan Royster says in text that he has been released. #redskins @Tom_Schad: Chris Thompson also reportedly gone, per @LakeLewis RT @john_keim Lache Seastrunk says via text that he […] The post Redskins...
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August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins-Buccaneers Winners & Losers

Handing out labels after Skins games, this time a game against the Buccaneers that existed, but really who’s going to quote the score or brag about a fourth preseason game. Then get out of the kitchen. Is that the saying? #HTTR RT @TBBuccaneers: If you can't take the heat… RT "@Redskins: It's hot." — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) August 29, 2014 Oh. WINNERS All of us. Preseason...
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August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Preseason NFC East power rankings

Back in the Spring, I posted my Off-Season Power Rankings in the NFC East. Now that we are several weeks into training camp and have begun playing preseason football games, I thought it would be good to update where the pecking order of the NFC East stands at the current moment: 1. Washington Redskins Don’t believe anything you read or hear coming from talking heads at ESPN and...
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August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Gruden hints to Redskins keeping four halfbacks

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden hinted to reporters during his press conference on Monday that the Redskins could be keeping as many as four halfbacks on the final roster. Gruden was asked with the recent string of injuries to running backs Chris Thompson (ankle) and Silas Redd (ankle), if Evan Royster has stood out in the position’s competition. “Well he’s in competition...
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August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Five things we learned from the Patriots first preseason game

The Redskins’ opening preseason game is in the books. Here are five things we learned from the 23-6 victory over the Patriots. 1. Washington has some tough decisions to make at running back: The Redskins have three proven players who should make the team—Alfred Morris (obviously), Roy Helu, and (probably) Evan Royster. Yet, both Lache Seastrunk (63 yards on 12 carries) and Silas...
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August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Redskin running backs aced their first preseason game

Grade: A This is a no brainer because the Redskins showed that they have some serious depth at the running back position during Thursday night’s preseason victory (23-6) over the New England Patriots. The Skins dominated on the ground to the tune of 177 yards on 44 attempts. Alfred Morris got the party started on the opening drive. He and the o-line looked to be in midseason form...
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August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Lache Seastrunk is Too Explosive For the Redskins to Cut

There is often not much to draw from preseason football, especially the first game. Each team has their own agenda for the exhibition season. A team like the New England Patriots is pretty much set with who will and will not make their 53-man roster. A team like the Washington Redskins is looking for anything positive to build off. Everyone is out there trying to impress the new...
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August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins 2014 Training Camp Previews: Running Back

Today we continue our series on previewing the 2014 Washington Redskins in the days before they head into training camp on July 24. We will preview every position on the offense and defense, as well as the special teams and the coaching staff. Yesterday we began with the quarterback position. Today, we continue with the running backs. You can find all the position previews on the...
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July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins Free Agency Preview: Running Back

Today we continue a series of articles at DC Pro Sports Report, focusing on what the Washington Redskins have right now at each position and what they need or do not need at that position in free agency. Yesterday we covered Quarterback. Today, we cover Running Back. The numbers in parentheses are salary cap figures for 2014. STARTER: Alfred Morris [$600,775], Darrel Young [$1...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins place Evan Royster on IR

Washington Redskins running back Evan Royster's quiet season has officially come to an end. Curtis Crabtree of Pro Football Talk reports the Redskins have placed Royster on the season-ending injured reserve list.Royster suffered an ankle injury during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The running back played in 10 games this season, but only had two carries for zero...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Redskins Promote Jawan Jamison to Active Roster From Practice Squad

A spot on the Washington Redskins 53-man roster opened up when runningback Evan Royster suffered a season-ending high-ankle sprain on Sunday and then was placed on injured reserve on Monday. That spot was filled on Tuesday when runningback Jawan Jamison was promoted from the practice squad. The Redskins drafted the 5-foot-7, 203-pound Jamison in the [...]
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Redskins promote Jamison, place Royster on IR

The Washington Redskins have promoted rookie running back Jawan Jamison to the active roster. The Redskins made the move Tuesday to replace running back Evan Royster, who was put on injured reserve. Jamison was taken in the seventh round of the draft. He was cut at the end of preseason and spent the first 14 weeks of the regular season on the practice squad. Royster left Sunday...
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December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Evan Royster Placed On Injured Reserve

After sustaining a high left ankle sprain Sunday, Washington Redskins running back Evan Royster will be placed on injured reserve, ending his 2013 season. Royster caught a swing pass for a 4-yard gain on the second play of the second quarter and was tackled awkwardly, leading to his left leg getting stuck under Chiefs inside [...]
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December 09, 2013  |  Discuss
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